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Front End Engineer
San Francisco
Mid-level ยท Full time
Posted a year ago
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Note: we're an early startup, and roles may change! We love people who are excited about the problems we face and are willing to step outside of their role to solve them :)

๐Ÿ‘‚ About the Role

You will be in charge of developing our frontend Web UI. Our frontend is the main way our customers interact with Zeet, and our customers spend a lot of time using our interface. Our interface needs to be a place that a developer can feel comfortable and powerful.

You will work closely with our CTO and other engineers on the team.

โ›๏ธ Projects you might work on:

  • Unified dashboard showing apps deployed across multiple clouds and regions
  • Powerful log and metrics explorer for deep debugging
  • Visualize complex application deployment pipelines
  • Build a web app with CLI-level performance

๐ŸŽ“ Within 3 months, youโ€™ll:

  • Learn about Zeet and deeply understand the software deployment landscape
  • Design and ship new features that will be used by thousands of engineers every day
  • Talk to customers, and see the impact you're making every day
  • Engage with CEO on user behaviors / flows

๐Ÿ‘€ We are looking for someone who:

  • Has experience with modern cloud environment like AWS, GCP, and others
  • Thrives in a small team environment, working closely with both customer and engineers
  • Has experience building complex React Typescript web apps
  • Can recognize and solve problems proactively

๐Ÿคฏ Bonus Points:

  • Early-stage tech startup experience
  • Experience with analytics tooling such as SQL, ELK, Grafana, Prometheus, Google Analytics
  • Understand DevOps/SRE process and pain points
  • Reads React release notes for fun
  • Obsesses over developer experience
  • Experience with GQL
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