Remote Senior Frontend Developer (JavaScript)

Codership · Jan 14th 2019

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Codership Oy aims to develop final missing part for its highly successful Galera cluster - a graphical monitoring/management client which main purpose would be to present different aspects of a database cluster operation both in *real-time* and in retrospect (i.e live data streams and historic data on scales from seconds to months), as well as simplify its management.

Your primary responsibilities will be: • assume the lead role in architecture, design and development of a clean, consistent, modern web application usable on wide range of platforms from desktop to smartphone. • collaborate with the backend engineers on the API and functional backend requirements • Establish testing/CI framework for the product with unit and functional tests. • Manage your own work schedule to meet development targets

Required skills: • 3+ years of full-time equivalent professional experience in building web applications • Excellent front-end skills and knowledge of HTML5, CSS/SASS, and Modern JavaScript (ES6/ES2015+) • Experience developing with React, Redux and related technologies (Vue.js can be an option) • Experience with implementing REST and/or GraphQL API clients in frontend apps • Experience with using Websockets • Keen attention to details and an eye for good UI design • Experience writing clean, testable and reusable code • Ability to write unit tests • Knowledge of browser limitations • Git version control • Good command of English language • Ability to work with minimal supervision and proactive communication

Desirable skills/experience: • Typescript • Full stack development • Developing monitoring applications • Producing charts/graphs, plotting of time series • Working with database servers

When applying, and to place yourself on top of our candidate list, please elaborate shortly on the following topics: • One-way data flow or two-way data binding? Why? • The following function should output 0 1 2 3 (each in a separate line), but it doesn't. Why? And how to make it work as desired? for (var i = 0; i < 4; i++) { setTimeout(() => console.log(i), 0) }

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