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Full stack, C++, and backend developers in demand in this week's job openings
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On with this week's roles. First up, it's CodeSmith in Leeds with a developer role.
Full Stack Developer, Leeds, UK
CodeSmith Technology is a startup working in the commercial vehicle sector, building innovative solutions for Electric Vehicle manufacturers. Although the office is based in Leeds, we would welcome a candidate wanting to work remotely from anywhere across the UK.
Next up we have a hearty bundle from audio engineering firm Focusrite in the UK.
Junior C++ Dev, High Wycombe, UK
We're looking for forward-thinking and open-minded C++ software developers to join our software team. If you've used any RedNet, Scarlett or Launchpad products before, you'll know we love to innovate. You'll be given the opportunity to design and create the software that brings our industry-leading interfaces and music-making tools to life, and devise long-term software strategies for future products.
You'll work in an Agile team, iterating and learning quickly in response to user feedback. Modern software development practices such as: test-driven development, user-centred design, peer reviews, continuous integration and pair programming will be an important part of your daily routine. You'll be working with distributed version control systems based on the GitLab Flow branching model. You will have the opportunity to develop new skills while helping others develop theirs by assessing new technologies and contributing to team best practices.
Backend Dev, London, UK
As a keen developer and music lover, you want to help us build a robust platform to bring music production into the connected world. Maintainability, testing, clean code and continuous delivery are core to your work ethic.
Our API currently powers three of the world's most successful iOS music making apps (Launchpad, Groovebox and Blocs Wave) as well as the ground breaking Ampify Studio desktop music app, in conjunction with a powerful backend library of sounds. We need someone to help scale our platform's capabilities to cater for our fast growing user base.
- Delivering clean code and well tested features to improve the Ampify platform
- Reviewing pull requests from other team members.
- Helping with the design of a scalable and secure platform.
Software Developer (DevOps), London, UK
You're a keen "cloud native" developer and passionate music lover. You want to join a team of passionate developers from a variety of technical backgrounds to help bring music production into the modern connected world.
You know how to build secure, scalable and robust platforms. Maintainability, automation, testing, clean code and continuous delivery are core to your work ethic. You have experience maintaining and automating the deployment of infrastructure on the AWS platform and delivering features in at least one programming language.
Our API currently powers a portfolio of music production apps on the iOS, Windows and MacOS platforms. The infrastructure is responsible for delivering a catalogue of high-quality sounds. Your role will focus on the following key areas:
- Scaling our platform's capabilities to cater for our fast-growing user base.
- Keeping our platform secure
- Helping the rest of the development team iterate on software quickly keeping our CI builds fast.
- Using modern tools, you'll help maintain infrastructure primarily using the AWS Serverless stack, and other managed AWS services
You will actively participate in the development of our API and help us steer in the right direction. You will provide input on existing and future designs from a systems perspective, focusing on high availability, security, monitoring and more.
That's the lot for this week. Keep those jobs coming please and good luck everyone. ®