888sparkware (SparkWare technologies) is part of the 888 Group, one of the world’s leading online gaming companies. So in a nutshell, from our super-chic offices in Bucharest, we get to impact our customers all around the world. We are first and foremost great individuals who together, make up strong and professional teams. We achieve our goals together, we share our laughs together, so it kind of feels like a family who will always have your back. With us you are constantly challenged! We e...Read more →
Work place: Remote
Collaboration: Employment contract
Work time: Full Time
Seniority: Team member
Updated on: 4 months ago
Vacant from: 27 Oct, 21
Expires on: 30 Jun, 22
Categories: Frontend, Backend, Fullstack
Size:> 500 employees
Industry:Information Technology and Services
We are looking for a developer with a strong sense and experience of frontend development, to join an involved team of developers, and become one of the experts in the team.
The projects you will be working on, have a central importance in our multinational organization: they are the casino web client (~85% of work) and the development and testing tools ecosystem accompanying it.
Our projects use mainly:
- C#/.Net, MSSQL on backend.
We care a lot about code and product quality and about having the right processes in place for this.
CI/CD, unit testing, integration and E2E automated testing and production monitoring are part of our daily activities, with tools supported by dedicated DevOps teams.
Why join us?
- the team atmosphere, passionate and with a strong interest, AND management support, for writing quality code and following best practices;
- professional development plans, with budget, within a friendly team vibe;
- knowledge sharing is one of our super-powers, and you can have it too;
- daily casual atmosphere, with nice little events to remind us that each success deserves celebration, but also big crazy parties twice a year;
- exposure to multinational and multicultural environment, with only the Romanian community having more than 500 members and continuing to grow fast;
- we are not an outsourced company and we own the product, with all the advantages derived from this;
- we do have cookies.
Why not join us?
- because you don't care about the quality of the code you write, as long as you deliver the feature;
- because you think unit testing is useless and you do it only because some manager said so;
- because your code smells, but you're doing your best to hide it;
- because you don't like new technologies, and prefer to stay with what you know already;
- because you're very formal and can't stand people joking at work;
- because you're on a diet, and can't resist cookies.
What we think you should have/be:
- reasonable knowledge of HTML and CSS/SASS, Flexbox, etc.;
- strong interest and good familiarity with OOP, design patterns, and best practices in front-end development;
- a lot of front-end development experience, being able to find different solutions to a front-end problem, handling confidently technology decisions, and recognizing with ease front-end "usual suspects";
- passion for code, for constantly finding the zero compromise solution, be driven never to let behind "code that smells" when you find it, but instead refactor it and tackle the impact;
- unit testing, integration and E2E testing experience is an important asset;
- have some knowledge of servers and back-end;
- creativity, dedication and "can do" attitude;
- some experience with Agile methodology;
- be a good teammate.
About the role:
You can visit 888casino.com for a sample of what the result of your work will be.
- designing and creating reusable and testable code for the features that you develop;
- analyzing and fixing bugs;
- maintaining, and refactoring existing features and code;
- performing code reviews with teammates and being a part of the commits approval process;
- writing unit tests and automated integration tests for the features that you develop;
- providing QA with impact and assisting on testing the features and bug fixes that you deliver;
- integrating your code with other software components delivered by other teams, and helping them understand integration issues;
- analyzing performance issues and implementing optimizations;
- occasionally creating tools for internal use to ease QA processes and workflow;
- sharing the technical and project knowledge that you have with other team members;
- working in Agile SCRUM methodology, delivering within reasonable time frames, and providing input and updates in the meetings.