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Docker

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Senior Front End Engineer
San Francisco, CA, US
Job Description / Skills Required

Front End Engineers are a fundamental part of Docker. Our involvement in the open source community plays a major part in Docker's culture, roadmap and the success we've had as we grow. The next phase of challenges require more innovation than ever, which is why we take advantage of modern tools such as React, Redux, Jest, Go and Docker itself. We also build shareable components and write custom tools that allow us to iterate quickly and easily. At Docker we take enormous pride in our work as we're constantly interacting with and bringing our product to millions of developers around the world.

As a Front End Engineer at Docker you'll collaborate with Product/UX to iteratively design and develop web applications across the entire suite of Docker products, write unit and integration tests, and use Docker to deploy at our ever accelerating pace. You'll be building out JavaScript applications, reusable component libraries (using React) and public SDKs.

The long and short of it is, if you're looking to make a big impact, on a small team, that contributes to the open source community and delivers an enterprise grade product to millions worldwide, then this role is for you.

Qualifications:

4+ years industry experience
Expert knowledge of modern Javascript and its fundamentals, as well as modern libraries, such as React and Redux
Strong understanding of web technologies like HTML/CSS at the specification level
Test automation experience - unit, integration and E2E tests
Understanding of REST APIs
Ability to plan and estimate tasks
Computer Science degree or equivalent work experience


Bonus Points:

Enterprise UI experience
Built apps using React, Flux, GraphQL or Elm
Experience with a server side language, such as Go, Python, Java, etc.
Contributed to Open Source projects
Experience with Webpack, Babel, Jest and Docker
Familiar with Flow, TypeScript, Reason and Elm