The client is a VC-backed company that works on applied cryptography and we specialize in private key management software. Our company vision is to proliferate the usage of cryptographic keys to enable use cases that empower the individual. Our solution allows for applications to set up a public key infrastructure while maintaining flows that end-users are familiar with. You can (git) check out all of our open-source code at https://github.com/torusresearch. We’re heavily execution-driven, flexible and impact-focused.
Our aim is to provide a seamless user experience to the applications that integrate us, ultimately driving adoption in the ecosystem. You will work hands-on on Web3Auth, and various tools and rapidly deliver innovative solutions.
We are looking for a Technical Support Engineer with a passion for resolving technical and non technical questions and customer satisfaction to join our business unit team.
As a customer support engineer you’ll be working with multiple and different B2B and B2G customers in the Insurance, commercial, governmental and supply chain sectors . Your main responsibilities will be to maintain customers' SLA, investigate and resolve technical issues and achieve high customer satisfaction. You’ll be doing that by promoting customer requests and analyzing and personalizing the company’s solutions to the customer needs.
- Developing web applications in Vue.js
- Focusing on clean, readable code
- Utilizing the best architectural patterns like TDD
- Work directly with the client from the US
- Being part of crucial project decisions: designing architecture, choosing frameworks and tools
The company is a Matrix-based end-to-end encrypted messenger and collaboration app. It’s decentralized so that users can be digitally sovereign (own and control their own data). the company operates on the open Matrix network to provide interoperability between other messenger and collaboration apps.
As a smart contract engineer, you will be working on attractive product offerings that may involve integration with other protocols. You will also be actively involved in the risk assessment of the protocol to ensure the safety of our product is of top priority.
Our team is a tenacious, geeky, and optimistic group, working towards a decentralized financial future. You’ll be joining a highly technical team that values shipping beautiful, usable products to give people real control over their financial future.
The Ultimate Guide to Getting a Job in TypeScript
If you love Typescript, the good news is that the demand for people with it is growing. According to Indeed, in the next 10 years there will be an increase of more than 230% job openings for developers who know TypeScript. And according to a report by HackerRank, Typescript is one of the most popular languages among developers today. It’s not as challenging as you think to get a job as a programmer as long as you have the right skills and experience. In this post, we’ll be covering everything you need to know about getting a job if you’re a TypeScript developer so keep reading!
The Basic Requirements for Any TypeScript Job
The first step in the process of getting a new job is to find a position that suits your skills and experience. If you already know what job you want, great! But if not, it’s a good idea to get a better understanding of the skills and experience employers are looking for. There are no special requirements for TypeScript jobs, but there are a few skills that are essential for any programming role. These include:
Finding TypeScript Jobs
Finding jobs online is the easiest way to get started since you can search for positions in your area and at your skill level. There are a few different resources that can help you find the right jobs for you, including: - Monster, Indeed, and LinkedIn - These are all great general resources that can help you find a range of jobs at varying skill levels. - Specialty sites like Stack Overflow Careers. - These are great if you’re looking for a job in a specific niche like development or design. - Specialty job boards like TypeScript Jobs, HackerRank, and The Muse.
3 Tips to Landing a Typescript Job
Now that you know what you’re looking for and have a better idea of what skills and experience employers are looking for, the next step is to apply for the jobs you’re interested in. This can be a little overwhelming, especially for new developers, since you need to make sure that your résumé and cover letter are perfect and you have all the right information for each job. If you’re new to the job search or need a refresher, here are a few tips you can use to make sure your application gets noticed: - Make sure your résumé is up-to-date and tailored to the job you’re applying for. - Know the company you’re applying to inside and out so you can show how you’re the right fit for the position. - Make sure you’re targeting the right people to make sure your application doesn’t go to waste. - Go above and beyond by writing a personalized cover letter for each job.
Whether you’re just starting out as a programmer or are looking to switch careers, it’s important to know what jobs are out there. The more you know about what skills and experience employers are looking for, the easier it will be to find the right job for you. Once you know what jobs are out there, finding the right one is as simple as applying for it with a well-crafted résumé and cover letter.