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You might hire a full stack engineer to: 

  • Work across the full stack, building highly scalable distributed solutions that enable positive user experiences and measurable business growth
  • Develop new features and infrastructure development in support of rapidly emerging business and project requirements 

  • Assume leadership of new projects from conceptualization to deployment 
  • Ensure application performance, uptime, and scale, maintaining high standards of code quality and thoughtful application design 

  • Work with agile development methodologies, adhering to best practices and pursuing continued learning opportunities 
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Required Skills and qualifications Preferred skills and qualifications
1+ years of experience building large-scale software applications
Interest in in learning new tools, languages, workflows, and philosophies to grow
Experience building web applications
Professional certifications
Experience designing and integrating RESTful APIs
Knowledge of Ruby, Java/JRuby, React, and Javascript  
Excellent debugging and optimization skills  
Unit/integration testing experience  
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