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Hourly - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Are you a JavaScript Ninja? I'm looking for someone to write a tool in JavaScript that relays data from one API to a different API. Both APIs have JavaScript SDKs, documentation, etc. I would prefer to build on a node.js stack, preferably Angular. I'm happy with suggestions though, and the first version really can just be 1 JS file, to prove integration works. We can chat technology after you've seen the specs. Please let me know if you are able to video chat over Skype in your application. I look forward to hearing from you!
Hourly - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Seeking Node.js developer to enhance existing API. Current technology stack is: Node.js on Heroku Heroku Postgres SendGrid Email add-on Salesforce.com connected to Heroku Postgres using Heroku Connect to manage the backend data and to service the customers Current need: We originally built the data model before we connected it to Salesforce.com using Heroku Connect. After doing so we learned that we needed to take a different approach to the data model. So we built another one, that is driven by Salesforce.com architecture. The existing API is connected to the original data model. The new data model is on Heroku Postgres database and is kept in sync with Salesforce.com using Heroku Connect. The task now is to refactor the existing API and connect it to the new data model. Most of the API calls are already built, but will need modification to work with new data model.
Hourly - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We’re looking for Senior JavaScript developer with Node.js and React.js experience. You will work on both frontend and backend with the latest and hottest technology stacks. Requirements: - At least 3 years with Node.JS experience - Advanced knowledge of React.js - ES6 will be a bonus - Experience with UI frameworks like Bootstrap and Semantic-ui - English writing\reading\speaking skills at an Advanced level. Work conditions: - Location: remote - Full-time (40 hours per week) - Hourly rate: to be negotiated.
Hourly - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
A web based word processing application that will be implemented into a wordpress based website. The application will have features that will allow registered users to summarize articles of different types (.pdf, .doc, etc.) efficiently on page, online. *Please add the word "Avocado" in the title (either in beginning or the end) when submitting yourself for this job post.
Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 2,000 Posted
We are looking for a JavaScript Developer to join our fast growing social network investFeed.com located in NYC. This person will help develop multiple made projects working with technical stock charts and financial market data. Required Skills: • 3+ years' experience with JavaScript / (PHP) a bonus. • Good understanding of the financial markets: U.S. Equities/Stocks • Computer Science and Math degree preferred. Compensation: $2,000 per month + Equity % (In 90 days we plan on closing our venture capital seed round which everyone on the team will be compensated accordingly). This is an opportunity to get in on the ground floor with a fast growing social network. Must be available immediately.
Hourly - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
I'm looking for someone to be my lead engineer on a project I am starting to build a commission illustrator/calculation tool. This will be the second tool that we have built for this client so you will have another tools codebase to reference along the way. This project will mainly involve rewriting the calculation engine and determining how to best represent the data that will be returned in a graphical format. I’m still not 100% certain how this will work out with Worksite, there’s definitely a difference and I’m not exactly sure what they will be comparing, but the calculations should be fairly simple to work with and the comparison should become clearer as we get real data and real product to work with. Overall the look and feel should be identical to the product we have already built. All user authentication and most of the backend (except for the product screen) should be able to remain mostly the same. The charts and graphs should be able to be reused with different data...