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Front and back-end developer ninja

at Fitness Stealth in New York City   —   Jul 05, 2014   |  
We are looking for a talented and self-motivated engineer to rapidly build our beta/prototype to test with a handful of pilot customers. The product is almost entirely fleshed out and the UI/UX has already been mostly designed. Now we just need a talented engineer to bring the product to life.

You will be entirely responsible for delivering the beta, working closely with the CEO to finalize requirements. We will be piloting the product with 10-20 customers from April 1 to June 30, and it will be your job to make sure it's built, tested and ready to go. Once the pilot is launched, you'll be working on fixes, enhancements and new product features.

This is an incredible opportunity to work on a very cool product from ground zero and to have a ton of control. If all goes as planned over the first six months, you'll have the option to join the company as a full-time employee.

Please contact us if you're interested and we'll tell you all about the product.
The front end requirements are to build a website that works beautifully on desktop/laptop/iPad and a mobile optimized website that works well on phones. We have a talented graphic designer who has already skinned everything--you'll be working closely with him to build it.
The back end involves a fair amount of database work
Front-end and back-end
DB architecture
Payments (Stripe is a major plus)
Scheduling/Calendaring a big plus
We're pretty much language agnostic. The plan is to host on AWS and handle payments through Stripe.
Front-end: Java/J2EE/Ruby/HTML/PHP
Back-end: mySQL/Mongo/noSQL/Dynamo
CS or Engineering degree preferred
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