Backend developer (Python/Django) with a passion for open source at 5 Monkeys Agency AB

Posted on: 08/31/2021

Location: Stockholm (ON-SITE)

full time

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Tags: memcached celery django nginx coverage numpy node github redis rabbitmq travis python elasticsearch mysql postgresql pandas javascript docker ansible

Do you want to work with Python and Django? Do you want to work with colleagues who share your passion for open source software, modern web development and Linux? Come join us! From our offices in Stockholm (Slussen) and Gothenburg (near G├Âtaplatsen) we build large scale digital services for our clients which include some of Sweden's largest digital service providers and e-commerce sites. All development takes place at our offices which allows for mentorship and active sharing knowledge between ~25 highly skilled colleagues. We actively contribute to numerous open source projects. Open source software is an integral part of our culture and a large factor in our ability to deliver value to our clients. You can find some of our projects on GitHub: <https://github.com/5monkeys> **Who are we looking for?** You share our passion for Python and building performant backend systems. You don't hesitate to dive in and solve problems throughout the stack. Just like us you take pride in writing neat, self-documenting code. Learning is something you do everyday and you value this by sharing your knowledge with the team and by staying up to date with the latest tech. You like continuous integration, high coverage and code quality. And you love open source software! **Trivia: Favourite PyPI modules & software stack** Here are some of our favourite PyPI modules: * attrs * black * celery * coverage * django * djangorestframework * funcy * isort * mypy * numpy * pandas * requests What are your favourite PyPI modules? These are some of the building blocks we use when building a performant back-end system: * Ansible * asyncio * Docker * Elasticsearch * git * JavaScript (ECMAScript 6+) * Linux * memcached * MySQL * nginx * Node.js * PostgreSQL * RabbitMQ * Redis * tmux * Travis CI * uWSGI * Varnish * Webpack What's your favourite stack?