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Backend Developer OOP, Microservice, Mongo, RabbitMQ, Node.JS


1 month ago

Needs to hire 3 Freelancers
We are (link removed) - a Hamburg, Germany based tech Startup with over 50+ engineers remotely - with investors including the largest bank in Europe (Santander) and Microsoft. We were founded in 2013 and are already 7 years successful in the market.

Our aim is to help businesses start, run and grow by providing them over 24 unique solutions that we've built including payments with Credit card via Stripe, online shop, inventory, marketplaces like Amazon or Ebay, Chat, SMS, Facebook and much more.

Our 120+ microservices are entirely build on the MEAN-Stack (MongoDB, Express.js, Angular (latest framework) and Node.js.

Currently we are looking for an experienced and detail-oriented individual to join our team as a Backend Developer. In this role, you’ll be able to work on several of payever’s products, spending 3 to 6 months on each project, so you’ll be able to acquire new insights and develop your skills as you grow with us!

This is what you will work on:

- Integrate user-facing elements developed by front-end developers with server side logic
- Write reusable, testable, and efficient code
- Design and implement low-latency, high-availability, and performant applications
- Implement security and data protection

Technical details & stack you will use:

- Node.JS
- Javascript / Typescript
- Mongo
- Microservices
- Rabbitmq

This offer is long term and you are variable on the starting date.
  • More than 30 hrs/week
  • More than 6 months 6+ months
    Project Length Duration
  • Intermediate
    I am looking for a mix of experience and value Experience Level
  • Project Type: Ongoing project

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