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Resin.io | REMOTE | Linux engineers, Security engineers, Backend engineers, UI/Front-end engineers, Sales engineers

Resin.io allows IoT developers to push Linux Containers to embedded devices. See our demo of updating a drone in-flight at DockerCon [1]. We're very emphatic about our remote culture [2].

The resin.io team is composed of people passionate about quality code, well-thought out architecture, and great user experience. Etcher.io, a tool we recently released, is a good example of all those things. Most of our code is node.js though we're transitioning some parts of the stack to Go.

Some details on the individual roles:

Linux engineers - We're building a minimal OS for embedded devices[3]. Knowledge of Yocto Linux very helpful.

Security engineers - Passionate about building an end-to-end secure code delivery pipeline, from the cloud to the device, all the way down to the bootloader and CPU?

Backend engineers - Resin's backend is composed of ~10 node.js microservices, each with unique challenges.

UI/Front-end engineers - We're passionate about UX, and have a lot of cool features to build. Most of our UI is in AngularJS but knowledge of other frameworks a plus.

Sales engineers - (ideally in the bay area) - End-to-end understanding of resin.io, ability to work with customers to both teach and guide them to use resin.io effectively. You may need to spend time on-site with customers.

Workflow engineers - Looking for full-stack developers passionate about optimising the way a remote team works.

Our interview process is a first call to go through programming competence, as well as a follow up with the corresponding team lead. If any of the above sound exciting, drop us an email at join@resin.io

[1]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1573&v=75vm6rRb6.... [2]: https://resin.io/blog/how-we-run-a-remote-team/ [3]: https://github.com/resin-os/




Link of the youtube video is broken, please try this one: https://youtu.be/75vm6rRb6K0?t=1569

How cool is that btw.




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