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Now Hiring: Senior Software Developer

We're hiring a talented and motivated engineer to join our development team here at RebelMouse. We want someone who brings value beyond code, truly cares about expressing ideas, and wants their voice to be heard + included. Added bonus if you love scalable solutions, and actively being part of the creative process in making the company more scalable!

We're a small, close-knit team, so you won't be just a cog in the machine. We use Python and Node.js as server backends, Backbone.js and React.js as front-end frameworks, and MongoDB, Redis, and MySQL as data stores.

RebelMouse is a 100% distributed company. Our developers work from 20+ countries and have very flexible schedules. If you don't want to be confined to an office chair, and like the idea of being able to work from any place in the world you choose, we're a match!


Key responsibilities:

  • Take ownership over subprojects
  • Build new and scale/enhance existing solutions
  • Contribute to the architecture
  • Communicate with other developers and customers (if/when needed)

If you're passionate about solving complex and interesting tasks, discussing and proposing solutions directly with clients, and bypassing layers of bureaucracy then...

Email creativetalent@rebelmouse.com if you're interested.

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What Is Ads.txt?

Ads.txt stands for "Authorized Digital Sellers," and is a simple, flexible, and secure method that publishers and distributors can use to publicly declare the companies they authorize to sell their digital inventory. The mission of the ads.txt project is straightforward: increase transparency in the programmatic advertising ecosystem. You can find more information on ads.txt here.

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