Enthousiastic Full-stack Developer with a Python-Django preference! at Apicbase Belgium () (allows remote)

Enthousiastic Full-stack Developer with a Python-Django preference! at Apicbase Belgium () (allows remote)


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Created: 2021-04-08 05:00:55

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You are a software all-rounder who loves to work on web technologies. All you need is some great coffee, a group of talented colleagues and your whiteboard to design the blueprint of our next software module. You are not afraid of getting your hands dirty to find that one obnoxious bug that no one else could track down. You sometimes wonder how people ever got things done without Stack Overflow, but you take pride in improving those suggestions and adapting them to the current context.

What you'll be doing (more or less) 

 You'll work on the software that powers apicbase.com by writing Python (Django) and Javascript code (Vue JS).You'll join and contribute to team meetings (Zoom) where we design the blueprint for the future (and sometimes the past, in case of refactorings) of APICBASE.You'll become software lead on some parts of our ecosystem and will be responsible for the full software circle (design, implement, test, maintain and support).All over apicbase.com there will be bits and pieces of code highlighting your unique strengths and skills.You'll always be on the lookout for streamlining our development process.You'll really make a difference and play a defining role in the future of APICBASE.

Who are you?

We prefer open-minded, bright people above experts in a single field, but the following things will get you up and running just that wee bit faster.

  •      Experience with Scrum and Git
  •      Python and/or Django experience
  •      Experience writing web apps using web frameworks (Laravel, Django, Angular, ...)
  •      Experience with continuous deployment pipelines
  •      HTML, CSS/SASS, Javascript/Vue, JQuery

You have a feeling for efficiency when writing database queries or more complex algorithms. When you stumble upon code in need of a small refactoring you'll not hesitate and just do what needs to be done.You're not the 'but it works on my machine...' type of guy/girl.