Startup Jobs Startup Companies Post a Job! Startup Newswire Job Widgets
Search Startup Jobs
FundingShhhh...
Employees2
SalaryShhhh...
FulltimeYes
TelecommuteNo
IndustryShhhh...
View full company profile

Lead Web Developer (Python)

at Ubersnap in Shhhh...   —   Apr 14, 2014   |  
Overview
We're two individuals; an experienced UX designer/all-round hustler and an incredibly talented and dedicated developer. Together we've developed Ubersnap over the last 3 months, sustained by coffee and ramen. We expect to launch our web application in 1 month.

Ubersnap is a photo-sharing platform for photographers to showcase, discover and discuss photography. We're changing the way photographers browse and interact within a social network. In our interviews with ~100 photographers, Ubersnap has been described as “exactly what we've been waiting for”.

We've done the heavy lifting in terms of designing and validating the product. The architecture and 70% of our code base is done. We're closing our first round of investment with a top Singaporean VC. Bottomline – we've the technology, resources and route to market. We're looking for passionate, problem-solving developers to ship faster.
Responsibilities
You will work with the team to develop the web application, using Python, Java, AngularJS and Cloud SQL, on top of Google App Engine
You will develop new features and APIs
You will improve site performance, availability, resource usage
You will create sophisticated interfaces for in-browser applications using AngularJS, HTML and CSS
Compensation
Competitive salary and 3-5% equity (based on experience). We're looking for intense and passionate individuals who can keep up with us. If you want to work on something original, enjoy a challenge, want to be part of something where you're appreciated and can contribute meaningful, we'd love to hear from you.
Want this Job? Apply Now
About Us  |  Privacy Policy   |   Terms & Conditions  |  Contact Us
© 2014 Job Alchemist, Inc. All rights reserved.

Feedback

Startuply is in beta. Love it? Hate it? Want to suggest new features or report a bug? We'd love to hear from you.
    
Feedback