In 2021, we are pursuing our ambitions to continue to enable organizations’ digital transformation. We are looking for our new Experienced Node.js Developer to join Axway’s family. Are you ready? Join us now!!!
Together we can. Together we will. Axway is an enterprise integration company that’s been around for over 20 years to digitally transform enterprises of all sizes – more than 11,000 in 100 countries at last count. Axway revitalizes heritage IT infrastructures to enable brilliant digital customer experiences, unlock new business innovation and capabilities, and put companies on a secure, future-proof path for growth.
You’ll exchange ideas with a culturally rich global community of over 1,800 members who connect remotely or show up onsite in virtually every time zone on the planet. And you’ll have the support and camaraderie of your Axway leadership and colleagues to serve as a reminder that you’re not alone on your journey, and that every day, you’ve taken one more step forward. With Axway, you’ll go far because we’re better together. Learn more: www.axway.com.
We, the AMPLIFY Foundation Services aka Babelfish Team, are looking for an experienced Node.js developer. We are doing microservices and portals powered by Node.js, front-end frameworks and PostgreSQL. Our products are in the cloud and on automated CI/CD pipelines. Our process is Scrum and we strive to keep it light and functional.
As a member of the team, you will be doing the architecture, design and implementation of our microservices and portals. Everything from robust design principles to implementation, testing and deployment using the latest industry technologies and keeping a crisp definition of done will be your charter. You will enjoy being part of а great team, working and having fun together.
- Proficiency in microservices architecture using Node.js
- Experience with databases, preferably PostgreSQL
- Experience with front-end frameworks, preferably React
It would be great if you also have:
- Experience with Docker
- Experience with writing unit and integration tests