Replay Poker · Sep 15th 2020
Headquarters: London, UK URL: https://www.replaypoker.com
Lead frontend developer
Replay Poker (www.replaypoker.com) was founded in 2005 and is one of the most popular free-to-play online poker sites.
Our vision is to be the #1 free poker destination for all passionate players and its communities. Our mission is to offer the best free poker room and community experience to all poker players in a fair, friendly and competitive environment.
We will succeed by offering an exceptional poker game experience and never losing our players’ trust. We celebrate the world’s greatest card game, its rich history and tradition, and seek to inspire others to share in our passion.
We are a small team of highly technical and experienced developers. Right now we are backend heavy with some full stack developers which means you’ll have a huge impact on the frontend decisions and the work being done. We all work remotely, 100% of the time. We’re currently spread out across western Europe and the Americas.
As the lead frontend developer you will be responsible for modernizing our frontend stack, migrating parts of our systems to the new stack and help maintain and scale one of the most popular free to play poker sites in the world.
We have a huge array of interesting problems to solve such as planning for and implementing a new frontend strategy to support mobile clients, optimizing our React poker client, migrating our old Backbone site to a new tech stack and working to improve our SEO across the board.
We look for smart and independent people who work best in a team where everyone pulls their weight and collaborates with each other. Proactivity is key so we can improve and expand our systems without micromanagement. You will be given a lot of freedom as long as you can handle the responsibility that comes with it.
We are not afraid of using new technologies when we have to, but know that sometimes boring technology is the best solution. Using the best tools for the job is taken seriously and we expect everyone to be flexible enough to learn and use them, but also courageous enough to challenge old choices and champion change.
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