Fluxon Apps LLC
Fluxon enables startups and enterprises to build and launch their products at lightning speed.
Why join us?
You will work with the latest technologies under the mentorship of 2 ex-Googlers and make an impact building ambitious products.
You'll work with awesome clients from small startups to large companies including Google.
The business is growing fast and will provide many opportunities for learning new technologies and career growth.
Engineering at Fluxon Apps LLC
Our team is entirely remote. Our product team writes requirements documents, after which the engineering creates a design document and creates a project plan. Each project has a team lead who owns the design and plan, and bears responsible for the end-to-end deliverable. We use a typical agile-style process where we meet regularly at a standup to review the open issues and assign tasks for the next days work. We use continuous deployment, unit / integration testing, monitoring, and other modern techniques to make the process as smooth as possible.
We deal with a wide range of technologies and problems. Some problems are about scale, eg, build a website that can handle hundreds of QPS. Others are technical, eg, how do you generate an animated GIF? Due to the nature of our business we are constantly exposed to new and interesting challenges.
searchwebsite that serves hundreds of QPS for millions of users.
A Chrome extension that provides enhanced functionality to the main 3 CRMs (Salesforce, HubSpot, Pipedrive)
A cross-platform mobile application for iOS / Android.
An animated gif creator.
Working at Fluxon Apps LLC
We strive to do our best, and to be proud of our work. We are problem-focused, and believe that the only way to get better is by learning from our mistakes.
We are flexible about hours. What matters most is getting the job done.
Work from Home
All our team is remote. You will work from home every day.
The leadership team is based in San Francisco.
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