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Backend Developer Position (Starting April 2017)


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You will join Sam in the tech team and be our point-person for all backend related development. If that’s you, your day-to-day job would be further developing our Java and Node.js servers (hosted on Google Cloud) and databases (Firebase & Google Cloud SQL) that provide the architecture to support the user-facing products. This is so, even as we scale, we can provide users with the best personalised experience, tailored to them.

At the start you will work very closely with Sam on 2 week sprints ending every other Thursday at 5pm, allowing for a more relaxed Friday. As ANDi grows, we will split into frontend and backend teams which you can help Sam hire and organise. There will also be a chance to develop your own AI algorithms, focused deep learning to improve the platform.

Skills you should have include:

- Expert in Java, Javascript (Node.js), SQL & NoSQL Databases

- Desirable knowledge of Python for any Machine Learning development

- Some experience with APIs and Git (or another version control)

If you don’t have all of these skills, but still feel you’d be a good fit for this role, still get in touch with us to discuss your experience.

Hourly Rate: £10 – £20 /hour

Equity: Up to 5%

Office hours: 40 hours / week

Location: Piccadilly Circus, London

If you are passionate about the gaming industry and assistant technology, have a good sense of adventure and a willingness to learn on the job, send an email to [email protected] with a copy of your CV attached.

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