Senior UI / Frontend developer, Promote International AB
We are searching for a colleague that can beautify Promote while coding new functions and features and improving existing ones. The focus is on whether the interactions, process, flow, and overall experience of the application works for the end user. We are also initiating a big project with the goal to make the current product fully mobile responsive which you will responsible for selecting and implement the technology stack for.
Together with your peers, you will be responsible for the technical design, implementation and code quality of the features you are assigned to work on.
Design, code, test, and document rails applications
Add tests to code and write testable code
Lead client meetings to capture business requirements
Coach and teach the other team members about frontend strategies
Present your work internally and to client stakeholders
Understanding of user experience graphic design
Understanding of jQuery, CoffeeScript, SASS -Knowledge of Linux/Unix tools and utilities
Basic knowledge about how web servers operate
Experience of building responsive applications and APIs
Fluent in English
Business-minded: ability to think about the result, and not only the process
Bonus points: experience in agile development processes
You smile as you greet your colleagues on this glorious new day! The Coffee (Moccamaster, what else is there!?!) is already waiting for you. When everyone is present there is daily stand up, and then you maybe hack away on your latest ticket in Vim, Emacs or other preferred weapons of choice.
Now it?s time for the design review meeting of the latest feature the product manager wanted. We in Promote firmly believe that the coders know best how things should be developed. With some of the other developers you together find the optimal solution for the new feature. The result is a consensus how to proceed and a couple of new user stories added to the board. Great work!
When you are done with your ticket someone might ping you on flowdock that you need to review one of your colleagues pull requests and merge it to the master branch.