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Software Engineer, Front End

at Central Desktop, Inc in Irvine, CA   —   Jun 28, 2014   |  
We are looking for people who are intrinsically smart, understand computer science principles and patterns and, most of all, have the interest and desire to learn and be great – regardless of experience.

More specifically we are looking for Front End Javascript / Front End / User Interface Software Developer to continue to build out and enhance our collaboration platform.
Design and develop next generation style business user interfaces using a SCRUM.
Optimize the environment, remove bottlenecks, research performance problems.
Support the development processes with quality assurance, version control and build process.
We like people who have worked with:
modern javascript frameworks such as jQuery, Backbone, Ember, Angular, Handlebars, Mustache etc…
have some familiarity with unit testing frameworks such as jasmine or mocha and testacular / karma.
strong knowledge of any major OOP dynamic programming language
If you don't fit that description, but are have experience developing web applications, contact us. Or if you know someone we are offering $2,000 cash to anyone who refers a engineer we hire.*
Competitive Salary, PTO, Bonuses, Stock Options, Health/401k, Free Drinks/Snacks
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