Continuing on an appearance in our last jobs post for a job with the same title, this week we've got two 'Full Stack Developer' positions. These developers are expected to have experience with both the front- and Back-end technologies required to power a Web Service API. If you fancy yourself a polyglot that likes working on a lot of different projects and technologies, this might be the job for you.
Full Stack Developer at Personal
Washington, DC or San Francisco, CA
"We are looking for looking for junior and senior developers to build apps on the Personal API, and work with external organizations and developers who are building their own apps." View Full Description
API Developer at The Washington Post
"The Washington Post is seeking a creative and driven developer to join the new API Platform team. The person should have strong design and programming skills, excellent problem solving skills and appreciation for the scope and impact of their highly visible and cutting-edge work. In addition, the candidate should be familiar with leading APIs as well as best practices for API design (REST, caching, OAuth and Authentication, hypermedia, etc...)." View Full Description or ProgrammableWeb Profile
Sales Director at CloudMine
"The role of the Sales Director is a critical one at CloudMine. We only consider candidates with strong work credentials and a track record of success. Compensation includes benefits, base salary commensurate with experience and commission." View Full Description or ProgrammableWeb Profile
Full Stack Developer at CloudMine
"We are looking for a self-motivated engineer to join our team and take our product to the next level. You will have the opportunity to work on various interesting projects – from mobile development and platform design to server operations and deployment, and everything in between." View Full Description or ProgrammableWeb Profile
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