LimeTray
Full Stack Software Engineer

Gurgaon

Experience: 2-4 Years
Openings: 3
Job Description

We are looking for a software engineer who can work with our discovery vertical to improve the consumer faced products. In this role you will:

Build fast and easy-to-use web applications for millions of users.
Collaborate with cross functions (designers, product managers, data scientists, and user researchers) to come up and conduct experimentations to improve user experience and reduce frictions.
Architect efficient and reusable front-end components and abstractions.
Use state-of-art technologies (e.g. TypeScript, GraphQL, AMP) to improve Experiences web infrastructure, performance, and developer productivity.

Eligibility Criteria

Minimum 2 years of experience in Software Development
Strong Fundamentals of Data Structures and Algorithms
Experience in JavaScript/Java, NodeJS/Spring-Boot, MySQL/MongoDB
Experience in any of the frontend frameworks like Angular or React
Recent experience in building Progressive Web Apps.
Experienced in handling small teams.
Understanding microservice or distributed architecture
Understanding of async programming. Knowledge in handling messaging services like Pub/Sub or streaming (Eg: Kafka, ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ)
Understanding of end to end development including deployment and monitoring.
Understanding of mobile application development (iOS/Android)
Has good debugging skills
Has good analytical & problem-solving skills

About Company

LimeTray helps restaurants run better by giving them digital infrastructure. We help restaurants get online, help them engage with their customers and help them optimize their operations through suite of products. 6 out of 10 restaurants shut down in less than an year of starting up & this is not because they serve bad food or are expensive but because they are just not run in the best possible way and that's what we are trying to change - one restaurant at a time.

Posted on:  31 January 2019
Category:  Software Development
Views:  108
Recruiter last login:  23 March 2019



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