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Blue Canvas

Software Engineer at Blue Canvas

Remote (Any city is fine), United States   (Posted Dec 6 2017)
About the company
We help developers in the Salesforce ecosystem write code. Their current workflow is stuck in 1999: No source control, tedious manual deployments, no roll back, and code clobbering. To address this problem, we built a hosted service with automatic source control that "just works", and modern tools to review and deploy updates. We are in a growing, opportunity-rich enterprise market: For every $1 paid to Salesforce, $3 more are spent on customizing it.

Job position
Permanent / Freelance - Remote work possible

Job description
About Blue Canvas

Our mission is simple: empower the next wave of software developers.

We help developers in the Salesforce ecosystem write code. Their current workflow is stuck in 1999: No source control, tedious manual deployments, no roll back, and code clobbering. To address this problem, we built a hosted service with automatic source control that "just works", and modern tools to review and deploy updates. We are in a growing, opportunity-rich enterprise market: For every $1 paid to Salesforce, $3 more are spent on customizing it.

So far we have hired slowly because we believe in maintaining high-revenue per employee. We admire companies like Basecamp, Kinsta, Mailchimp and Atlassian more than venture funded companies that have emphasized growth at all costs. We believe in profitability and culture over spending and headcount. We are funded by customer revenue and Indie.vc who shares our values around avoiding raising massive amounts of dilutive capital.

We are a fully remote team. We believe that flow is what makes people happiest at work and strive to set up schedules and projects to enable deep work.

Our current team is: 2 engineers and 1 business person. Our stack is primarily Go with some Python (Node.js developers interested in learning Go should also apply). You’ll get to work directly with the CTO on important technology decisions.

As an early employee you will get to help shape the technical product as well as the company culture and vibe.

Benefits
* 100% Remote
* Annual retreats in cool locations like Barcelona
* Healthcare
* Emphasis on flow and deep work; only two scheduled meetings a week so there is time for finding flow
* Flat hierarchy with one founder serving as product manager, and another technical founder serving as CTO.

Skills & requirements
We are looking for engineers who think about how software is made. If you were excited when GitHub released pull requests, you enjoy well-written API docs, and you think of command-line tools as a design discipline, we want to talk to you. You'll be most effective if you've previously worked with orchestration tools like Terraform or Puppet, built systems on Docker, and you're comfortable writing shell scripts, Python, and Go (or related languages). If "Plumbing and Porcelain" makes you immediately think of "Git", we'll have lots of fun together.


About You:
* Proficient in at least one programming language (Python, C, Go, Node.js)
* Have a strong grasp of Computer Science fundamentals (data structures, building performant systems, etc.)
* Enthusiasm to work with tools like Salesforce APIs and Git

Ideally, candidates will also have experience with:
- REST API and library design
- Database design and optimization
- Asynchronous processing and infrastructure

Instructions how to apply
Apply here: https://angel.co/blue-canvas/jobs/306537-backend-engineer-at-3-person-startup
Company website: Blue Canvas

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Company: Blue Canvas

Blue Canvas
@bluecanvasio
Location: Remote (Any city is fine), United States

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