As a remote software developer, you’re always looking for new challenges and opportunities. You want to keep your skills fresh while still being able to accomplish all the things that come up within projects - this includes working on different technologies with no fear or hesitation! We are also interested in learning new ones too of course; there's nothing wrong about trying something outside one's comfort zone if they know how challenging it can be at first glance (but only after getting past some initial hurdles).
This remote position is a perfect fit for those who want flexibility and the ability not to be away from home during work hours. The team usually operates in Eastern Time Zone so you can stay close to your family if need be!
We pay our staff hourly to provide the most scheduling flexibility and allow them to be as productive as possible. That's why we offer a USD 64.91 (about $126,500 per year) rate for this position which will vary depending on experience or training but can range anywhere between 40-80 hours per week so it allows people who have more time off work during their personal lives balance what remains with working remotely!
Do you modernize and maintaining existing software? Does refactoring, building tests first, or creating easy-to-read code bring a feeling of satisfaction to your job as a developer. If given the choice would prefer hunting bugs overwriting new features for an update!
Maintaining big systems is not always glamorous work but every now again comes with great rewards like being able to fix that pesky error in production before it takes out everything we've worked so hard on - I think it vital everyone has opportunities where they can show off their skills because who doesn't love doing something well?!
If you’re a motivated, self-driven remote developer who is interested in helping companies take their digital presence from good to great and willing to work with some of today's most cutting edge technology skills - we want YOU! Lead developers at Corgibytes or Lead Code Whisperers as we call them lead clients through the process of migrating platforms; addressing security vulnerabilities; upgrading databases & infrastructure (to name just a few); integrating existing applications with obscure systems all while keeping those pesky hackers out. If this sounds like something up your alley then don't hesitate: apply now before someone else does.
Corgibytes is a growing software consultancy that specializes in modernizing applications. Think of your favorite HGTV remodeling show, but with code! Our mission has always been to joyfully transform these outdated and unmaintainable apps into robust systems capable enough to stand tall through any test known or unknown; scaling down when needed while also being secure from attack. We do this because not only does it make life easier for the people using these services--who can get their work done faster thanks to having access 24/7 via a web browser.
The founders of our company are recognized thought-leaders in the world of software maintenance, keynoting frequently at conferences all over. We encourage you to check out Legacy Code Rocks! if that's your interest--we have a great community where people can share ideas and discuss how best to keep legacy code running smoothly for years into the future
We commit outside of codebases as well. At Corgibytes, we’re good at transforming broken systems. We modernize code through continuous improvement and marginal gains, and we apply these same practices to systems of social oppression.
With the right mindset, it's easy to see why so many people are willing and ready for change. We know that there’s an remote opportunity here - one where we can use our core values as menders to make improvements around us with fresh perspectives from all over!
Do you want to be part of an organization that lives by these values? Awesome! We do. They're guiding us in making decisions, no matter how small they are - because it's all about the people here at our company and what makes them happy. That means when someone asks for help or wants something done differently than expected (I know I never thought this was going to happen!), then there might only need to be one answer: "Of course!"