Python developer

Take part in the development of a proprietary usability analysis solution for digital products.

what you can expect

Your tasks

Designing an original, modern and complex web application,

Working on platform reliability and ensuring data availability (for analytics, predictive models and machine learning models),

Scaling the solution to new needs and functionalities,

Iterative testing of the application with users and making needed changes,

Collaborating with the research team, analysis team and design team: collaborating on client requirements for the application and the functionality needed, the design and appearance of the application and the data needed.

Ideally, if

You have several years' experience working with commercial web applications,

You have strong programming skills (Python),

You have an understanding and knowledge of the available tools and possible technical solutions (techstack),

You are passionate about new technologies and want to create solutions that change the ecommerce world,

You are characterised by a high degree of independence and good organisation of your own work,

You are able to work in a task-based manner,

You are characterised by conscientiousness, meticulousness and attention to detail,

You are keen to share knowledge and want to develop yourself,

Proficiency in SQL or PostgreSQL, knowledge of Angular, Rest Framework are welcome.

And you are proficient in



AZure Cloud

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