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Senior web developer

, Bangalore · www.activesphere.com · Full-time employment · Programming

We're looking for web developers with experience in building front end interfaces.

While working with customers, we've used React, Webpack, Angular/Angular2,

TypeScript, D3, Ruby, node.js

For personal projects we've used Golang, Erlang, Haskell, Python & more.

You can read more about the work we do here.

Interview process

We usually ask you to solve a programming problem followed by a few rounds of informal conversations.

What we look for

We care about curiosity, a learning mindset, and an attitude to persist with problems and interests. To us, what you can learn is more important than what you know.

ActiveSphere is a software consulting company.

A little bit about the people here & the work we do

  • One of us has written Emacs mode (https://github.com/ananthakumaran/tide) which is now linked directly from official TypeScript website.
  • Another one of us, has written tunnelling solution, and used it to create a remote debugging (debug another browser session over the internet), as POC.
  • We have done high pace React re-writes for clients. Picked up tech, when needed (React, Angular 2, Go, Erlang, Laravel/PHP, GStreamer). Switched to Erlang for messaging system. Helped clients with cleaning up a over-engineered micro-service mess.

You can read more about our ethos here.

Here are some hacks which we built in our free time.

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