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Software Engineer

ROBOWEB Corp.

ROBOWEB Corp.

Software Engineering
Remote · Austin, TX, USA · Addison, TX, USA
Posted on Friday, June 30, 2023

What we do:

We make any website to load in one second or less on mobile.

It’s an exciting time to join ROBOAMP. We’re a fast-growing, all-remote company where you can contribute and make an impact from almost anywhere in the world.

You’ll be part of an ambitious, productive team that values transparency and collaboration.

What makes the engineering team at ROBOAMP special?

We’re a small remote-first engineering team of people distributed in different countries. A priority for us is maintaining proper work-life balance. We avoid meetings as much as possible, accept deadlines only when absolutely necessary, and** never expect anyone to work longer hours than they’ve signed up for**.

Working with us means you can be flexible with your schedule. It’s OK to disappear for a few hours in the middle of the day to run some errands, get a haircut, pick up the kids — whatever reason, you don’t need to explain yourself. You also fully decide when you take time off: our team is sufficiently varied and well organized that there are always enough people around to handle the load, and in the rare cases it’s not, we will decrease the load instead of asking people to move their holiday.

What are we looking for?

  1. You have at least 3 years of professional experience in PHP and Laravel.
  2. You have some experience using Javascript framework(s), understand the value of them, but also know when plain Javascript is enough.
  3. You know and can apply best practices when relevant. That means the usual like version control, testing, and refactoring; but also higher level concepts such as separation of concerns.
  4. You're aware of the trade-offs involved in engineering, product design, as well as the bigger “business” picture.
  5. You’ve got opinions on code design and you can discuss them, but you’re professional enough to not let those opinions get in the way of a consensus if necessary.