Status is looking for multiple senior experienced C++/QML UI devs to join our growing desktop dev team and to work with us to create a permissionless, decentralized, censorship proof group chat platform. Role responsibilities include developing new features, creating and enhancing components in our QML UI toolkit component library, advising and assisting other members of the desktop dev team with solving challenging QML UI development problems, and perhaps working on the Go backend if this is something you would enjoy. As a team we try to match task assignment with the individual interests and passions of our team members, so there is a high degree of flexibility with regards to what you would be working on. If you are a passionate C++/QML expert who knows all the ins and outs of C++ and QT/QML UI development this could be an ideal role for you. The desktop team is spread between Europe and North America with crossover work hours being the European timezone afternoon on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Ideally you will be located in a timezone between UTC -8 and UTC +3 e.g. anywhere in-between Panama and Moscow. Work is async using Status, Google Meet and Github, typically in Scrum Sprints. Key Responsibilities Build new features, enhance existing functionality and fix issues in the Status Desktop application.Help develop and maintain Status’s QML UI component library (primarily used by the Status Desktop product)Advise and assist the other developers in the Desktop team as needed to help solve the hardest QML UI development challengesContribute to C++ and Go codebases (and help with transitioning the codebase from Nim to C++ if you join us prior to this transition being completed), but don’t worry if you don’t have any prior Go or Nim experience.Be one of our resident experts for everything related to C++ and Qt/QML UI development.
We are looking for an experienced Python developer who would like to be involved in developing and pushing the boundaries on SpiffWorkFlow, an open-source Process Orchestration Platform. You will work on extending this platform and contributing to the open-source code base. The medium-long-term plans for SpiffWorkflow are very exciting as we want to integrate it with blockchain infrastructure and use it as a key tool in our strategic vision to become a DAO. This role will suit someone who enjoys working in greenfield environments, has lots of experimentation and testing to find the correct path forward, enjoys the technical and product side of software development, and would like the opportunity to grow. Key Responsibilities Key developer on SpiffWorkFlow (Process Orchestration Engine) to drive all development efforts on the platform within Status/LogosWork closely with internal stakeholders to define the vision for SpiffWorkflowCollaborate with internal and external teams to decentralize SpiffWorkflow with blockchain integration and Web3 single-sign-onDesign technical solutions based on requirements put together by BAsManage your own workload and deliverables for SpiffWorkflow developmentWork closely with the Vendor team who built SpiffWorkflow for knowledge transfer and up-skillingInitially, you will work on small feature improvements as you are up-skilling on the platform. As you gain experience and expertise, you will be taking on larger and more complex pieces of work with the end goal of becoming the internal SME for SpiffWorkflowContributing to Open Source SpiffWorkflow with bug fixes, documentation, and features
The role As a Web Developer, you will be responsible for the development and technical maintenance of various web-based projects in the studio. Your role will involve decision-making for code architecture, writing tests, choosing the right technology stack, and any other related tasks. You will work closely with the development team, studio lead, and design team to bring our web projects to life. You will take care of all technical aspects of all web projects (from development and testing to deployment and maintenance) . The project Our organization is closely involved in a new community lead project, called Logos, and this role will enable you to focus on its development. Logos is a grassroots movement to provide trust-minimized, corruption resistant governing services and social institutions to underserved citizens. Logos’ infrastructure will provide a base for the provisioning of the next-generation of governing services and social institutions - paving the way to economic opportunities to those who need them most, whilst respecting basic human rights through the network’s design. In order to promote the ideas behind Logos and its vision, we have created a brand studio called acid.info and you will be part of it. Acid.info is the studio and creative engine within the Logos DAO. Our mission is to build, and ensure, technologies and creativity that supports freedom, justice, and innovation for all people of the world. Responsibilities You will be developing and implementing internal tools, including our wiki engine framework, branding design portal our design systems implementation in ReactYou will co-write documentation for all the above mentioned products/projectsYou will be responsible for maintaining our open-sourced codebases on GithubYou will be improving the architect and implementation our current site-generator framework (built on top NextJS) and develop it further
Key Responsibilities Automation of infrastructure deployment, configuration, and scalingMaintenance of monitoring, logging, and backup systemsDevelopment of continuous integration platforms and scriptsEnsuring security of hosts and other online resourcesDaily monitoring of all services and responding to breakage and security incidentsMaintaining a written knowledge base regarding all practices and processes followed by the team, including step-by-step guides, check lists, trouble-shooting tips and other resourcesImproving the observability of the Nimbus software by implementing additional metrics and tuning the logging outputDetailed reporting of all encountered issues to the Nimbus development team
Key Responsibilities Development and maintenance of internal rust librariesHelp design and implement the architecture for a production-grade Node that will run in a highly adversarial environment.1st month: comfortable with dev framework, and simulation app.A strong candidate will be able to contribute from the first month.
We’re looking for an experienced DevOps Engineer with a strong industry background in all aspects of DevOps and related tasks. You'll focused on automating and optimizing software development processes and infrastructure management and ensuring the reliability, stability, and security of our systems and software applications.
We are looking for a Software Engineer who is passionate about Ethereum, and decentralization. And who would relish the opportunity to champion Waku to other Web3 projects and developers. Key Responsibilities Design, implement and document Waku Golang libraries (go-waku)Maintain, improve, troubleshoot Waku React Native, the React Native wrapper of go-wakuImplement new protocols as defined by the Research TeamInvestigate and fix issues in go-waku and upstream libraries such as go-libp2pOptimize go-waku and upstream libraries for the mobile/React NativeSupport dApp developers in using go-waku and Waku Golang libraries