easyDNS was founded in 1998 by a small group of tech-savvy and individualist friends. Since that time, we have always maintained that the best way to survive in the Internet sector is to focus on your strengths and not try to do everything at once (thereby doing nothing well).
We have never advertised, believing that the best advertisement is a job well done and a satisfied client, and this seems to have worked out well. easyDNS has weathered two dot-boom crashes, the emergence of Web 2.0 (yes we’re on Facebook and Twitter), and continues to enjoy strong customer loyalty and constant word of mouth references. We’ve been in the DNS game longer than practically anyone else, and there’s a reason we call ourselves the Swiss Army Knife of DNS: if it’s about DNS, we can work with it. Along with our brand new mail service, we cover essentially any DNS service a client can bring to us, and we’re always working to make sure we stay abreast with new developments in industry. Salesforce? Don’t Have One. Marketing Budget? Zero. Will we be at EgoCon? Nope. The way we see it, it’s your money, so we spend it on things that will give you more bang for yourbuck. Enhanced infrastructure and more services will always win our cost/benefit analysis over Superbowl ads, junkets or ego-gratifying pep-rallies.
Let’s face it: Around here there are two kinds of customers: Customer Profile #1: You already know all about DNS and you know who we are. If that’s the case then it’s pointless for us to show up at a conference with a hired model dolled up in an easyDNS-branded bikini trying to explain how anycast DNS works. You probably know already.. and the model doesn’t. Customer Profile #2: All you know is that you need a domain name and somebody you trust told you “just go to easyDNS” We get a lot of that around here. In fact our single largest source of new members are our existing members. So much so that we don’t really advertise, employ salespeople or have a team of telemarketing monkeys calling our competitors’ customers. In either case you probably clicked on the “About” link in the menu to try and glean exactly just what kind of company we are. We applaud your bravery. Most “About” pages on internet company websites (along with the kiss-of-death “What We Do” pages) are invariably laced with jargon, polish, meaningless metrics, punctuated by NLP and attempts at inducing some kind of “hypnotic buying trance”.
So, who uses easyDNS? It varies wildly. From large, multi-billion dollar companies who are publicly traded to the single-owner business just starting out. From tech gurus and internet pioneers to retirees who are just learning this stuff for the first time. From publicly elected officials and government entities to rock stars and household names. Sometimes even we are surprised at who we find using our system. Below are a few names you may recognize who have kindly consented to being listed here. You are also encouraged to check out the “Our Clients Say” section in the bottom right of most pages, which contains real testimonials and actual”tweets” culled from the blogosphere. Our staff is made up of long-time geeks, iconoclasts and webheads who spend their off-time tackling every sort of endeavour you can imagine, from capoeira and film criticism to rocking out in bands and community work. Our staff turnover is insanely low for an IT company, because we only hire people who want to be here every day and who have fun doing what they do.What’s the point otherwise?
We are looking for a
Work from Home
The successful applicant will have the following skillset:
- PHP5+ Laravel (4/5) - The more experience the better
- Git/Subversion (web hooks and CI a plus)
- Linux/SSH familiarity
- REST API development experience
- Data validation and authorization
- Security/data integrity oriented development
- Focus on developing readable and modular code with lots of comments
- Basic communication skills (English a must, others a plus)
- Ability to work in both a team environment and by themselves according to project needs
- Experience troubleshooting various issues related to an API environment and interaction with it
Good to have:
- Unit testing
- Behat testing
- Mocha tests
- Selenium testing
- Swagger/API Blueprint Caching (Memcache, APC, Redis)
- OAuth2 Database normalization
- Automated testing & deployment
- Gulp & Node.js
- DNS/Bind familiarity
- Registry/TLD experience
- Postman Flowcharting & process design
- Experience interpreting and implementing RFC specifications
What we offer:
- Permanent employment
- A competitive salary and benefits
- A dynamic international working environment and great career opportunities
- Personal Development through Development Plans, training, education and certifications
- Fun, informal and supportive work atmosphere
Deadline for applications: 01.03.2018.