We are Patagonian Tech ( www.patagonian.it)

We are looking for a Python Developer (Pythoneer) responsible for the development of python applications. You’ll be working on IOT, data processing and web applications using different frameworks and tools and will be responsible for producing high quality code, that complies with the current established good practices on the python community.


What responsibilities will you get when working with us? 


Responsible to build and maintain world-class IOT, analytics and web applications.

Writing clean, architecturally correct and maintainable code.

Discovering, researching and implementing the right technologies.

Writing reusable, testable, and efficient code

Design and implementation of low-latency, high-availability, and performant applications

Understanding of security good practices and common security pitfalls

Integration of data storage solutions


What will you need to be successful in this role?


Expert in Python, with some years of experience working on complex python solutions.

Able to integrate multiple data sources and databases into one system

Understanding of the threading limitations of Python, and multi-process architecture

Understanding some Linux internals and tools (systemd, processes)

Strong unit test and debugging skills

Proficient understanding of code versioning tools

Be able to communicate in English (oral and written)

Be a team player.


Nice to have:

 Knowledge of at least one Python web framework (such as Django, Flask, etc)

Knowledge of SQL, NoSQL and ORMs.

Basic cryptographic knowledge


If you join our team


You will work in the development of world class products.

We will use agile development methodologies.

We are flexible regarding your location


Contact us at jobs@patagonian.it or here: https://forms.gle/MMJfWWFVikoKdoeo7

Etiquetas: python iot
Datos de la oferta laboral
Fecha de publicación
Lugar de trabajo
Flexible
Empresa
Patagonian Tech
Permite trabajar remoto
Si
Seniority requerido
Senior
Email de contacto
jobs@patagonian.it
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