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Node.js Developer

Job Title: Node.js Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Salary: £450 - £500 per day + negotiable
Duration: 3 months
REF: nodejs220517_1495442398
Contact Name: Amy Harris
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Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Fantastic Opportunity for a Full Stack Developer (3 month contract) to work for an Innovative Retail Start up based in Soho. They are currently launching a number of stores across the UK to support their online e commerce platform.

You will have Node.js development experience as well as Java/Python/NoSQL/SQL and ideally a basic understanding of HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript. Any experience with REACT is a major plus. You will be working on a range of backend (middleware) services that their systems require, starting with their e-commerce platform.

You will be responsible for managing server side code and interchange of data with the clients, ensuring the systems are responsive and scaleable

The Ideal Candidate will have a real appreciation of a broad range of programming tools, languages and frameworks.

- 3 years + with Node/Java/Python/noSQL/SQL and an understanding of relational data base structures

-Basic to intermediate level of understanding of HTML5/CSS3/Javascript and experience with REACT is a major plus.

-Server side JS performance optimization

-Have previous experience on working with back end projects with Node.JS and solved concurrency issues

-Significant experience with node frameworks (preferably Koa or express), Google Cloud tools and deployments, RESTful

-Experience with open source stacks and linux

-Experience with TDD, CI , GIT, Docker

-Unit testing and functionality testing especially with Chai, Mocha and Sinon

-Worked in an agile environment

**A passion for code, open source stacks and all things tech **

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