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Python Full stack Developer Required for Logisitcs Startup

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

eCourierz.com is currently hunting for a full-stack Python ( Pyramid ), MongoDB developer ready to bring their skills to a driven startup team.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Plan, architect, integrate, and develop back-end and database driven features using the Python language and frameworks (Pyramid / Django , MongoDB ).
  • Create decoupled, interactive web UIs using JavaScript (Angular,  jQuery)
  • Aid in the development and ongoing maintenance of our DevOps platform (Ansible)
  • Provide technical advise and recommendations for language and software choices.
  • Develop code that is cross-browser and cross-platform friendly
  • Collaborate with project stakeholders to ensure all requirements are met
  • Evaluate technologies and manage technical planning
  • Support and ongoing development for existing projects
  • Provide clean code and proper documentation for each project
  • Fix bugs and resolve ongoing issues
  • Strong writing and speaking skills (English)


Technical Requirements:

      2 - 4 years experience developing and deploying web sites and applications

  • Experienced with Pyramid / Django
  • Experience with Agile/SCRUM practices
  • Experience setting up and managing servers.
  • Experience hand-coding HTML and CSS
  • Experience with JavaScript development 
  • Some experience with DevOps practices and platforms
  • e-commerce integration and custom development
  • Custom web based application development experience (startup experience is a bonus)
  • Comfortable collaborating with designers, front-end developers and other team members
  • Object-oriented design and development strategies
  • Web services/API experiences is a bonus


This is a full-time paid position commensurate with experience including salary and benefits.  

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