You are an outstanding full stack developer who led a small engineering team in an early-stage startup/company. You are a disciplined person who understands the merits of dedication and hard work.
You are a creative problem solver who enjoys a good challenge. Whether it’s digging into the code to identify a root cause of a bug, figuring out how to configure & optimize a reverse proxy with Nginx, or designing and planning a new project from scratch.
You have an “everything is possible” attitude. You’re not afraid to take on any challenge as you know it’s all about time, resources, and priorities.
You love coding and are fluent in scalable software architecture & API driven web apps.
You appreciate the art of clear, beautifully written, and well-documented code. You develop and test your code with a debugger, know how to balance speed and storage consumption, and only commit thoroughly-tested code.
Your colleagues call you a “human debugger” as you can spot a missing semicolon from miles. You are a freak of code conventions & indentation and know the importance of semantic code.
You know that attention to detail is what separates the good from the great.
You strive to write scalable, performant, secure, and durable code. But you also know how to respect legacy code, no matter how ugly it looks, and have a finesse that allows you to be flexible and balance code perfection with the business needs and priorities.
You are a product-oriented engineer. You have a good eye for UI and a solid understanding of UX. You understand that code is a means to an end and not the final product. You care about solving user problems more than using the latest technologies.
You know how to take a complex problem, figure out how to solve it technologically and turn it into an actionable & executable plan.
You enjoy sharing your knowledge by educating & mentoring others through training sessions, advising calls, and code reviews. While you enjoy working and collaborating with people, you do your best work in isolation without interruption.
You’re great at written communication through instant messaging and emails. You can convey your message in a clear and concise form, an essential skill for a distributed team.
You embrace failures and learn from them. You push yourself to grow & get better professionally. You’re open to constructive feedback and humble enough to receive it from any team member.
You want to take part in a journey of an agile & fast-growing startup.