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Zapier

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Competitive salary (we don't use remote as an excuse to pay less)... Click to read more.

Interpersonal Frequency

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Interpersonal Frequency (I.F.) is seeking a Software development (staff and function)Development operations (DevOps staff and function)Technical operations (policy procedures processes and tools)Hosting operations (operation and maintenance of I.F. hosting infrastructure related services and staff) Identify and exploit opportunities for technical efficiency (e.g. pattern code reuse or automation) and consistency of technical deliverablesManage internal technical I.F. projects and standard maintenance activities (e.g. planned and unplanned activities related to security and optimization updates)Define and manage technical operational process with I.F. third party providers (e.g. Cloudflare)Seven+ years experience building software-based solutions (strong preference for candidates with Drupal experience)Familiar with the principles of source control (e.g. Git or similar) and deployment strategiesDemonstrated commitment to I.F. Purpose & Principles based on employment history and experience and interview(s).... Click to read more.

Zapier

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Competitive salary (we don't use remote as an excuse to pay less)... Click to read more.

Zapier

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Competitive salary (we don't use remote as an excuse to pay less)... Click to read more.

Phreesia

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Remote (USA or Canada)Experience designing and implementing tasks in Continuous Integration systems (Bamboo  Cruisecontrol.net  Jenkins etc.)Experience designing and implementing workflows with Artifact Management systems (Proget  Artifactory  etc)Experience with infrastructure management tools (Terraform  VMware  etc)Variety of health plan options dental vision coverage and short long-term and life insurance plans 401(k) savings plan... Click to read more.

Interpersonal Frequency

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We are looking for a DevOps engineer to help us scale our systems as we bring more cities and government agencies into the cloud. Our backend tech stack currently includes RHEL CentOS Docker Node.js PHP Apache Nginx Solr ElasticSearch MariaDB MySQL GlusterFS Redis Memcache HAProxy Varnish New Relic and AWS (GovCloud EC2 ELB RDS Aurora ElastiCache S3 CloudFormation Redshift EFS etc.) DigitalOcean and Rackspace.- You like to have fun and work with a small team! You play well with others (not just engineers). - 3-5 years of experience with Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud hosting- 3+ years of experience with MySQL (DevOps not DBA)- PHP (DevOps tuning not dev)- Code repository versioning (Git)- Code repository hosting (e.g. Gitlab)- Big Data (e.g. Hadoop Redshift)- Authentication Integration (e.g. LDAP AD SAML)- Performance testing (e.g. New Relic Blackfire)... Click to read more.

Zapier

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Competitive salary (we don't use remote as an excuse to pay less)... Click to read more.

Ceros

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Working completely from home you’ll be communicating often through chat rooms email and video conferencing. We offer flexible working hours and an extremely flexible vacation policy. And we provide excellent gear (15” Macbook Pro iPad external monitor etc.).writing maintainable code (probably goes without saying) carrying out and being on the receiving end of intense code review sessions from your peers who hold your work (and their own) at the highest of standards Excellent gear (15” Macbook Pro iPad external monitor etc.).... Click to read more.

Mesosphere

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You will work directly with Field Operations (Sales Account Management) to process defect and feature requests encountered during adoption and retention efforts.Cloud infrastructure and deployment (Amazon Azure Google etc)Networking fundamentals (DHCP DNS HTTP TCP etc)Ticketing systems experience (JIRA Salesforce Zendesk etc) ... Click to read more.

Source Coders Inc

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 Kentucky (onsite preferred)$120K - $140K (experience dependent) + equity + unlimited vacation policy... Click to read more.

Healthify

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Daupler, Inc. (Techstars '18)

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 we have a big vision to help cities respond to emergencies and prevent water contamination. As a well-funded KC based startup (Techstars Alum) we are rapidly expanding and looking for engineers who are excited about solving real problems that impact public health.     while understanding front end components (React React Native) as well as microservices and back end components like Django. As a ... Click to read more.

Trainer Road, LLC

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Do you do your own dishes? We've got a job for you (and it's not dishwashing ;-) ).Do you get pissed (in a professional way) when someone else leaves their dishes in the sink? Please apply!This job is primarily for Electron (using React) and React Native app development but there's room for someone to move to the web in the future or split their time between web app.To be a successful engineer you need to get into "flow" (more on that below) as often as you can. That's why we love HRM.- We have a dedicated QA team to manually check your PR (it requires four testers to sign off).- Every web PR that is approved is automatically deployed (CI).Smart and Pragmatic Engineer: A pragmatic engineer fills up a sprayer (rather than use a paintbrush) gets to work and makes sure they don't paint themselves into a corner.Smart Engineer (but not pragmatic): A smart engineer who's not pragmatic might design a system to change the color of the room in just 30 seconds. Sure it would take 2 months to build the system but we could change colors so quickly! It's totally optimized for repainting!It sounds harsh to say but we're not a Family. I know lots of businesses call themselves a family but I think it's BS. If you get drunk at work and yell at someone we're going to let you go (although we would give Grandma a pass at Thanksgiving).Web Application Experience (interactive web pages)C# (We use this on our web backend)We expect remote employees to overlap at least 6 hours with the Reno Nevada office (we're there 8am-5pm Pacific time).- 99% of employee's individual health care paid (I know 99% is weird...it's an ACA thing and it ends up being just a few dollars per paycheck) You can see a preview of what you'd pay here: https: www.zenefits.com benefits-preview ?token=3733c1ac-fc72-420a-b224-d9a25bcc1e27- Access to the latest fitness devices (power meters trainers sensors etc.)- Links to any open source projects you've contributed to (not required)Employees generally shoot for around four weeks of REAL vacation time (no slack checking) but some take more and some take less. The thing we care about is how productive you can be and how much value you can add to the company. Bottom line we want people who are passionate and get things done. If you meet those requirements everything else works itself out.We're big believers in Deep Work and Flow. If you're not turning off Slack (snooze) going DND on your phone and shutting off the world for multiple hours a day you're probably not being as productive as you could be. The idea is a developer should be able to work on a chunk of work that they understand distraction-free for multiple hours totally. This is the only way the company moves forward.We have a QA team (we call them the Test Team) that checks every PR and does full regression checks for each App release and we're continually getting more automated.We can one-click deploy our website to Azure (includes smoke tests and warm up).Doing your own dishes is a GREAT analogy for our culture. Don't leave shit around for someone else to clean up. Do your own dishes. Do you see someone making a mess? Let's discuss it (in a productive manner) so that we can nip that behavior in the bud.We know we're really doing well when someone points out a manager not "doing their dishes" or causing an extra headache for a process that doesn't add value (it happens). Seriously we need employees to call managers out on this. I'm the CEO writing this; please oh please tell me if I'm messing up or not walking the talk.... Click to read more.

Trainer Road, LLC

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Do you do your own dishes? We've got a job for you (and it's not dishwashing ;-) ).Do you get pissed (in a professional way) when someone else leaves their dishes in the sink?  Please apply!Areas of work include ASP.NET MVC Backend API Workers Micro Services MS SQL Azure Azure Queues Tables Azure Blob Storage SignalR and ASP.NET Core (on our roadmap) Azure monitoring and administration.The backend team is the hub between our apps (iOS Android PC Mac) front-end website and data storage. We have a massive amount of data and it's very likely that you might queue up tens of millions of items to be processed quickly and efficiently. We have a dedicated QA team to manually check your PR (it requires four testers to sign off).Every PR that is approved is automatically deployed (CI).We have a front-end team that works in Angular 2+ and React (meaning you won't have to do UI work).We have a skilled design team that handles the HTML LESS for the website (again no UI work for you).Smart and Pragmatic Engineer: A pragmatic engineer fills up a sprayer (rather than use a paintbrush) gets to work and makes sure they don't paint themselves into a corner.Smart Engineer (but not pragmatic): A smart engineer who's not pragmatic might design a system to change the color of the room in just 30 seconds.  Sure it would take 2 months to build the system but we could change colors so quickly!  It's totally optimized for repainting!It sounds harsh to say but we're not a Family. I know lots of businesses call themselves a family but I think it's BS. If you get drunk at work and yell at someone we're going to let you go (although we would give Grandma a pass at Thanksgiving).Build Test CI (We use TeamCity)We expect remote employees to overlap at least 6 hours with the Reno Nevada office (we're there 8am-5pm Pacific time).99% of employees individual health care paid (I know 99% is weird...it's an ACA thing and it ends up being just a few dollars per paycheck) You can see a preview of what you'd pay here: Access to the latest fitness devices (power meters trainers sensors etc.)Links to any open source projects you've contributed to (not required)Employees generally shoot for around four weeks of REAL vacation time (no slack checking) but some take more and some take less.  The thing we care about is how productive you can be and how much value you can add to the company. Bottom line we want people who are passionate and get things done. If you meet those requirements everything else works itself out.. If you're not turning off Slack (snooze) going DND on your phone and shutting off the world for multiple hours a day you're probably not being as productive as you could be. The idea is a developer should be able to work on a chunk of work that they understand distraction-free for multiple hours totally.  This is the only way the company moves forward.We have a QA team (we call them the Test Team) that checks every PR and does full regression checks for each App release and we're continually getting more automated.We can one-click deploy our website to Azure (includes smoke tests and warm up).Doing your own dishes is a GREAT analogy for our culture.  Don't leave shit around for someone else to clean up.  Do your own dishes.  Do you see someone making a mess? Let's discuss it (in a productive manner) so that we can nip that behavior in the bud.We know we're really doing well when someone points out a manager not "doing their dishes" or causing an extra headache for a process that doesn't add value (it happens). Seriously we need employees to call managers out on this.  I'm the CEO writing this; please oh please tell me if I'm messing up or not walking the talk.... Click to read more.


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