Web Developer at Chess.com
Want to see your code used by millions of chess players? Chess.com is looking for passionate engineers who take pride in writing quality code and working with a great team. We are currently looking for front-end, back-end, and full-stack developers across a broad spectrum of languages in our stack, including:

- Javascript (ES6)
- Vue.js and component-based architecture
- PHP and templating languages (specifically: Symfony/Twig, Laravel/Blade)
- Node.js
- User interfaces from SCSS/html templates
- Experience working in a Vagrant PHP-based environment
- e2e testing, CircleCI, GitHub Pull Request workflow
- PWA, Service Workers, Webpack, and performance optimization

This is a REMOTE, FULL-TIME opportunity.

We look forward to meeting you!
What is your name? *
What is your email address? *
What is your Chess.com username? *
What is your GitHub username? *
Which country are you from? *
Tell us about your most recent web development experience: *
Describe projects that you worked on, libraries and frameworks that you used, etc.
Please, rate your skill/experience level on these technologies, concepts and tools: *
No experience
I've played around with it
I worked with it some
I worked with it a lot
I rule at it
Object-Oriented Programming
Functional Programming
PHP Templates (Twig, Blade, etc)
PHP Backend w/ Symfony / Laravel
Please share links to your best work and online profiles: *
Why would you want to work at Chess.com? *
What questions do you have for us? *
Bonus: Tell us what you would like to improve about Chess.com
Thank you for applying! NOTE: We are unable to reply to all applications.
We are grateful for you taking the time to submit your information. Chess.com receives hundreds of resumes each week and while we do look at all of them, unfortunately we cannot respond personally to each one of them. If you have not heard from us within a few days, then you can assume that your application did not reach the next stage of interviews. Again, thank you for letting us get to know you. See you over the chess board!
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