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FundingLess than 250K USD
Salary90-100/YR USD
IndustryVideo, Consumer, Discovery, Communications, Social Networking
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Full-Stack Developer (Employee #1) at Funded Startup

at Instameet, Inc. in Santa Monica, CA   —   Mar 22, 2014   |  
Instameet, Inc. is a seed-funded, disruptive new web startup for live social video chats. We're currently looking for a Full-Stack Developer to be tasked with creating the initial site - producing a true minimum viable product based on clear and validated concepts. Institutional investors have already reached out and are prepared to lead a considerable round once the MVP is ready.

The ideal candidate will have recently attended a top Computer Science school or have several years of experience coding at reputable organizations or startups. Likewise, you must have an understanding of how startups operate, exceptional communication skills, strong critical-thinking, and be highly detail-oriented.

Compensation begins at up to $100,000 + Equity depending on experience but will be subject to increase with future rounds of financing and as your experience and responsibilities increase. This position will be influential in helping select and lead future technical hires.

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Note: We are specifically looking for a Full-Stack Developer.
Front-End: HTML5, CSS3, jQuery.
Programming Language: Ruby (Rails).
Database: MySQL or PostgreSQL.
Experience with Jabber, Flash, and Memcached highly preferred.
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