Web Developer

Do you live and breathe jQuery, HTML5, and responsive CSS? CrowdComfort, one of Boston's hottest and fastest growing startups, is looking for ambitious and creative web developer interns for fall of 2014. You'll be writing code that runs in production do do things like interact with NoSQL databases, create user interfaces for complex data models, and manage real time messaging queues across a distributed platform. Interested applicants should send resumes/relevant school work/portfolio to briana@crowdcomfort.com

Applicant Qualifications:

● Are you familiar with the latest and greatest web technologies for desktop and mobile?

● Can you write secure server­side and client­side code?

● Can you translate multiple layers of nested JSON between different server­side

languages?

● Do you live and breathe RESTful apis?

● Do you want to do something entirely new with NoSQL, realtime messaging queues, and

amazon web services?

● Do you have strict adherence to the 80­20 rule?

High familiarity with:

● Clientside Javascript (Backbone, underscore, Require, JQuery and JQueryUI)

● Serverside Javascript (Node.js)

● NoSQL database (Couchbase, MongoDB, Redis)

● RESTful APIs (writing and using)

● Industry standard security practices (https, familiarity with encryption/hashing algorithms)

● JSON

● File IO, programmatic file creation

● Bootstrap CSS or other responsive design

● Amazon Web Services (s3, ses, ec2 etc...)

● Github / collaborative source control

● Real time messaging/queue frameworks, including PubNub, IronMQ, Push Notifications

(GCM or APNS), Rabbit MQ etc...

● HTML templating libraries

Nice to have: demonstrable experience with:

● Working with a startup

● Working with RESTful APIs (implementing and using)

● Basic visual design/UX common practices (i.e., knows that css marquee is a no­no).

● Dedication to quality work

● Some sample of work completed completely independently

Able to:

● Make the same website run on Chrome 33 and I.E. 9

● Fill in design/UX gaps by extrapolating best practices from around the web

● Follow a release schedule

● Use a new language as you learn it

● Never lose site of the application’s real life context during development cycles.

A person who is:

● A team player

● Eager to ask questions and get clarifications

● Striving for perfection

● Flexibly independent (but still a team player)

● Passionate about their work

● A star communicator

● Well organized (Trello, Github, Agile, Scrum, Kanban, Google

Hangout/GoToMeeting/Skype)

● Eager to break new ground in development

● Able to work in a fast­paced and quickly shifting environment

● Creative and innovative

● Not afraid to dive head first into new technologies or mix technologies

● Ready and eager to both follow directions and pioneer new technology depending on the

setting• Can you write secure server-side and client-side code?
• Can you imagine translating 7 layers of nested JSON objects from Python into Javascript without breaking out in cold sweats?
• Do you live and breathe RESTful apis?
• Do you want to do something entirely new with NoSQL, realtime messaging queues, and amazon web services?
• Do you have insurmountable respect for the 80-20 rule?

Intimately familiarity with:

• Clientside Javascript (Backbone, underscore, Require, JQuery and JQueryUI)
• Serverside Javascript (Node.js)
• NoSQL database (CouchDB, MongoDB, Redis)
• RESTful APIs (writing and using)
• Industry standard security practices (https, familiarity with encryption/hashing algorithms)
• JSON
• File IO, programmatic file creation
• Bootstrap CSS or other responsive design
• Amazon Web Services
• Github / collaborative service
• Real time messaging/queue frameworks, including PubNub, IronMQ, Push Notifications (GCM or APNS), Rabbit MQ etc…
• Templating libraries

Demonstrable experience with:

• Working with a startup
• Working with RESTful APIs (implementing and using)
• Basic visual design/UX common practices (i.e., knows that css marquee is a no-no).
• Passionate dedication to quality work
• Some sample of work completed completely independently

Able to:

• Make a website run on Chrome 33 or I.E. 7
• Fill in design/UX gaps by extrapolating best practices from around the web
• Follow a release schedule
• Use a new language as you learn it
• Never lose site of the application’s real life context during development cycles.

A person who is:

• A team player and excellent communicator
• Eager to ask questions and get clarifications
• Striving for perfection
• Flexibly independent (but still a team player)
• Well organized (Trello, Github, Agile, Scrum, Kanban, Google Hangout/GoToMeeting/Skype)
• Eager to break new ground in development
• Able to work in a fast-paced and quickly shifting environment
• Creative and innovative
• Not afraid to dive head first into new technologies or mix technologies
• Ready and eager to both follow directions and pioneer new technology depending on the setting

Jobkey:
119
Program:
MassChallenge 2014 Accelerator Program
Job Type:
A full-time permanent position
Application Email:
briana@crowdcomfort.com
Startup:
CrowdComfort