Are you an analytical thinker? Do you enjoy writing crisp APIs that power mobile apps and websites used by thousands of customers on a daily basis? Are databases fun to you? Do you have great ideas on how to modularize code, version endpoints, and refine data queries? If so, we want to talk to you!
Under the direction of the lead developer, you will be responsible for contributing to the ongoing success of backend operations. The scope of responsibilities include creating and updating APIs in Python, modifying and migrating databases, writing lightning fast data queries, and backing up your work with test cases.
This position is part of an existing product team composed of mobile developers, website developers, backend developers, and UI/UX designers.
How You Win:
The successful backend developer will write maintainable APIs, architect database schemas, document their work, and ensure data integrity. You will make deliberate design decisions and adapt the platform to meet the needs of today. The successful candidate will have creative ideas and a problem solving mindset, have good attention to detail, possess the ability to work independently and efficiently manage time, seek continuous improvement in their work, and have excellent communication skills working as a diverse team of people with different technical backgrounds.
What You Need to Succeed:
Join us and make a difference in how millions of acres of farmland are planted and tended to. The repercussions of which affect virtually everyone in the food they eat, clothing they wear, and the environment they live in. We are building the next generation of tools to connect chemists, agronomists, geneticists, and other experts with farmers and retailers.
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