Frontend Engineer

The Graph

USA Remote

Full time

Mar 23

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What We’re Looking For

You love beautiful, well-crafted, pixel-perfect interfaces. We value design. You can see it in all that we do. We approach development with craft and think a lot about form and function. You should feel equally at home talking to developers and designers. We're building the foundation for Web3 - a new platform for building decentralized applications (dApps) where no corporation has control over data. Experience with Ethereum is a plus. You must be interested in building world changing tools.

  • Develop, ship, and maintain a suite of dApps built on top of The Graph's decentralized network using web3 technologies
  • Develop, ship, and maintain high quality interfaces for our marketing pages
  • Work with our Design team to transform ideas and designs into modern, clean, and readable code
  • Implement robust engineering solutions with thoughtful designs across the full-stack
  • Be an autonomous individual with a proactive attitude and receptiveness to feedback
Desired skills
  • React components
  • Experience building reusable UI components with thoughtful APIs and handling React component state and lifecycle.
  • GraphQL + Apollo
  • We're building a GraphQL layer for Web3. You should know and love GraphQL :)
  • Ethers
  • We use Ethers.js library for interacting with the Ethereum blockchain. Some familiarity would be desirable.
  • NextJS
  • Experience with front-end frameworks, such at NextJS or similar.
  • TypeScript
  • Experience with Typescript highly desirable.
  • CSS-in-JS
  • Theme UI and Emotion.

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The Graph

The Graph is an indexing protocol for querying networks like Ethereum and IPFS. Anyone can build and publish open APIs, called subgraphs, making data ...