Full stack developerPosted: Feb. 16, 2022, 1:13 p.m. - Full Time - Remote
Who are we?
We are incubators of high-quality, dedicated software engineering teams for our clients. We work with product organizations to help them scale or modernize their legacy technology solutions. We work with startups to help them operationalize their idea efficiently. Incubyte strives to find people who are passionate about coding, learning and growing along with us. We work with a limited number of clients at a time on dedicated, long term commitments with an aim to bringing a product mindset into services.
What we are looking for
We’re looking to hire software crafters. People who are proud of the way they work and the code they write. People who believe in and are evangelists of extreme programming principles. High quality, motivated and passionate people who make great teams. We heavily believe in being a DevOps organization, where developers own the entire release cycle and thus get to work not only on programming languages but also on infrastructure technologies in the cloud.
What you’ll be doing
You’ll be writing self-explanatory, clean code, and working with java web applications and a legacy codebase. Your code will produce the same, predictable results, over and over again. You’ll be making frequent, small releases. You’ll be working in pairs. You’ll be a part of an Agile team and get a chance to work on a live project.
Building products and rapidly rolling out new features and fixes.
Skills you need in order to succeed in this role Most Important: Integrity of character, diligence, commitment to do your best and a constant willingness to learn
Self-Learner: You must be extremely hands-on and obsessive about delivering clean code
Sense of Ownership: Do whatever it takes to meet development timelines
Knowledge of object-oriented programming, data structures, algorithms and software engineering methodologies
Knowledge of working in Agile and Extreme Programming methodologies in a continuous deployment environment
Interest in learning technologies like web server ecosystems, relational DBMS, TDD, CI tools like Jenkins, Hudson and Bamboo, web frameworks and front-end technologies, complexity analysis, and performance optimization
Knowledge of using source control and bug tracking systems, writing user stories and technical documentation