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Python or Java Developer working on IoT product (Product Development, Azure Cloud)

Wat de functie precies inhoudt

Why should you consider this position?:
–    Opportunity to make real impact (also architectural wise)
–    International and laid back atmosphere 
–    Working on a tangible product
–    Room for refactoring the current application

Wat verder nog interessant is

This start-up tries to smarten up buildings all over the world. As a Python or Java developer you’ll be working on various webservices that collect data from their own IoT devices. Their solutions help create healthier environments within buildings/offices and contributes to optimize the energy resources

Wat van jou wordt verwacht

You will be dealing with the following tech stack: Python, Java, NoSQL, Azure. The application requires some refactoring to make it scalable enough for future developments. You are working with two other developers and interacting with another Scrum team. That other team is building a different product, that depends on the data collected from your team. The entire company employs around 15 people from various cultural backgrounds. They promote team work, knowledge sharing and curiousity.

Wat je terugkrijgt

 What can you expect in return?:
–    Depending on level and experience, 50.000 EUR to 70.000 EUR per year
–    29 holidays
–    Flexible work hours
–    Ability to work 50% from home
–    Pension scheme
–    Travel reimbursements etc.

Obviously this is not enough information. So if you are at least triggered to know more, don’t hesitate to contact me via 088 236 00 00 or info@teelor.nl. I would be more than happy to tell you more about the company / software / culture / challenges at hand.  
 

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