Work with Art+Logic to complete challenging custom software projects, for our interesting clients!
We’re remote first, which means that we’re not only excited to work from home, but our culture and projects are built from the ground up to support distributed teams. We work all across the United States and Canada, just the way we have done since we started in 1991. Why would we work in an office when there are so many ways to collaborate and work together remotely?
Art+Logic is always seeking creative, bright, passionate programmers who are excited to take on new challenges. Currently, we’re looking for developers with full stack experience, for upcoming projects. We are especially seeing a demand for Python/Django, Vue.js, and Marionette, at this time.
Our project teams usually consist of 1-5 developers plus UX/UI design and dedicated QA. Since we create custom software, our projects often involve different technologies and industries, so there is always something new to learn. We like to keep things interesting!
This is a contracting position (1099), though we are looking for long term working relationships. Our rates range between $35-$50/hour, and we are only interested in working with developers located in the United States or Canada.
Skills and Requirements
Key Skills for this position: (some combination of)
Python (Especially Django)
Additional Skills and experience:
Mobile app development
Cross platform native app development
About Art & Logic, Inc. (Art+Logic)
We’ve been doing custom software development since 1991, and we’re still going strong. We craft beautiful digital solutions for awesome clients across all platforms.
We’re a small enough company that each person we hire has the opportunity to have a huge impact on the quality of our service. Instead of looking to fill a certain number of seats with people listing a specific set of buzzwords on their resumes, we’re working to build a portfolio of amazing developers who consistently deliver better-than-expected software to our clients. Each person on our team was the smartest person at their last job.
Find out more about us at:
http://artandlogic.com/developer-blog/ (it's a tech blog, not a "company" blog)
On Twitter @artandlogic