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Whether you're a complete novice to ClojureScript, or are already knowledgeable in it, this role could be fantastic for you- they will get you developing the front-end of applications that are changing the face of how people invest in companies. These projects are vital to this company's success, and should you succeed in your role, you can bet your hat you'll be well rewarded!
An interest in Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing will go far, as will experience with mobile development, whether with React Native or Cordova
And what will you get? Well, for starters, this is a fully remote position with a profitable start-up (no, really!) that are working on cutting edge technology- oh, and not forgetting a competitive base salary on top of that!
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Microsoft Platform Engineer - SW London You will sit in the IT Infrastructure team here ensuring that the business benefits and uses their technology to grow. Your role will be to use new and future cloud technologies as part of their digital transformation. You should have a background in provisioning and managing Microsoft Cloud technologies...
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