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Full Stack Developers & Front End Developers at Bytemark

Manchester or York or Remote in UK, United Kingdom 🇬🇧   (Posted May 15 2018)
About the company
Bytemark is a 32-person strong hosting company founded in 2002, with around 3000 customers. Our head office is located in the beautiful, historic city of York with a sister site in Manchester.

This position will be centred around either our York or Manchester offices, however working remotely may be possible if you have the right experience.

With a competitive salary, our benefits package and policies enable every staff member to balance both family and work commitments, without sacrificing individual ambition or professional development.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible

Job description
We are looking for enthusiastic Front End Developers & Full Stack Developers to join our expanding team of multi-skilled front-end and back-end developers. We’re interested in someone who can take apart a web application, get to know it intimately and then develop, fix, test, and deliver it.We adhere to Agile software development practices and organise our work according to the Scrum framework. We use Git for version control and Gitlab to keep track of issues and for continuous integration. In short, we have an evolving methodology and a wealth of experience – this means we can quickly and efficiently deliver new features for our customers.

Skills & requirements
The main languages we use are Ruby and Go, but if you’ve completed work in C++, Java, Python or similar languages you’ll get on just fine! We use Rails for many of our web-facing APIs and internal applications.

Programming Ruby or a similar dynamic language (Python, Perl, etc.) Familiarity with front-end languages (e.g. HTML, JavaScript and CSS). Ability to diagnose application performance bottlenecks, e.g. code inefficiencies, slow database queries.

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