Backend Javascript Developer

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Backend Javascript Developer/Engineer
TrendSpider is an advanced platform for traders used by thousands of traders around the world. We are looking for a rockstar Javascript Developer/Engineer to join our development team.
As a backend engineer, you will be responsible for building and maintaining microservices (mostly Node.js-based) which handle significant payloads and functions related to our financial market data.
Requirements:



  • Strong ability to think abstractly.


  • Good understanding of ideas like OOP and functional programming.


  • Up-to-date knowledge of recent versions of ECMAScript.


  • Strong expertise in Node.js (if you never debugged a memory leak in Node.js application, then it’s a no go).


  • Good expertise with Express and one of the following: PostgreSQL, MySQL, MongoDB.


  • Experience with using Websockets in non-basic scenarios.


  • Good understanding of why message brokers exist.


  • Good understanding of how HTTP works.


TrendSpider is a good place to work. Here’s why:


  • Minimum-to-no hierarchy and bureaucracy. Time from idea to product can be VERY short.


  • Your contribution can make a real difference. You’re not going to be coding internal utilities nobody wants; your work will impact real customers immediately.


  • Competitive salaries and benefits tailored to your skills and capabilities.


If you can honestly answer “yes” to these 3 questions, then please contact us immediately :)
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  • Have you ever debugged and fixed memory leaks in Node.js applications?


  • Have you ever debugged and fixed event loop lags in Node.js applications?


  • Do you know what’s the purpose of having 2 generations in the Node.js garbage collector?

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