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FundingLess than 250K USD
IndustrySaaS, Mobile, Consumer, Productivity, Social Networking
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Lead developer

at Campus Bubble in GA 30329   —   Jun 26, 2014   |  
We're moving to a bigger, nicer office in June!
We’re looking for experienced developers who love to write, delete, and ship code. You will be one of the first full-time developers we hire, so your work will have a large impact on the future of our platform. As our team grows, your role could evolve into a VP of Engineering.

We offer paid salary, meaningful equity, and a unique opportunity to work with phenomenal advisers, investors, designers, and developers.

Go to to apply.

Don’t live in town but are willing to relocate? We’re happy to pay your way to Hotlanta for an interview, day at the office, and free lodging.
Full stack from front end css to mongodb database structure
Help develop the platform for scale
Help develop internal best practices for product development, iteration, testing, and support
Take the platform in new and interesting directions
Help manage a group of CS interns from Singapore
Good portfolio of web or mobile applications built in php, node.js or rails.
A strong track record of interesting projects
Familiarity with security, privacy, and integration with APIs for external data
Familiarity with the student experience at univerisity
Hacker mentality – ability to code at all levels of the stack, from sysadmin to CSS
Proficiency in node.js, mongodb, and javascript or similar languages
Ability to work long hours and tight deadlines with a small, tight-knit group of like-minded product people
An undergraduate degree in engineering, CS, Physics, Math, Statistics or Philosophy
Competitive salary with serious equity options (we mean it!)
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