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Evosus, Inc.

Web Application Developer at Evosus, Inc.

Portland, Oregon, United States   (Posted Jun 1 2015)

Job position
Relocation compensation available

Job description
For 10 years, Evosus has provided specialty retailers, worldwide, with the software to competitively manage their businesses. Now it’s time for an upgrade.

Yes, we have a modern stack. Yes, we have have shiny new toys. But nevermind the buzzwords: Evosus is different. We embrace the value of using the right tool for the job, in everything we do. It is for that reason we are in the process of rebuilding our application for use with just about any device with a screen.

Our application is big. To conquer it, you will need logic, tenacity, and a fervent adherence to productivity. But be brave: you will not be alone. You will have the guidance of domain experts who have succeeded where others have not. Persevere, and you will become an expert as well.

You are a programmer. You know what good code looks like, and how it should behave. You may not know all of the technologies we are using, but you’re hungry to learn. If the above is true, then we’re looking for you.

Skills & requirements
Gulp.js, Node.js, Bower, Yeoman
AngularJS, Closure Library & Tools
JavaScript, CoffeeScript
LESS/SASS/Stylus, Jade lang
Golang, NoSQL databases
RESTful APIs, Oauth
Chrome Apps, Cordova, iOS, Android
i18n, multi-locale and languages

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Company: Evosus, Inc.

Evosus, Inc.
Location: Portland, Oregon, United States

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