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Junior Blockchain software developer
T-Mining is one of the first high-tech companies in Belgium that is developing Blockchain powered applications for transport and logistics.
T-mining improves efficiency in logistics and transport by better data sharing and secure title transfer. For this we fully advocate using blockchain technology. By using this technology the role of middleman is reduced. This resolves a pain point in the transport sector where there are many parties involved with often little trust between them. Aside this block chain technology has unique features to transfer assets / rights and to ensure that a proper handover is done via transactions.
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You develop and integrate software components
You are responsible for the quality of these components and you follow-up on the testing
You participate in the roll-out of these components in a production environment
You are a software engineer or you have a Bachelors-degree in IT
You speak Dutch and English (for technical discussions). Speaking French is an asset too.
You have 0 to 5 years of relevant experience.
You have experience with at least two of these technologies:
- Ruby, Ruby on rails
- W3C : HTTP, HTML5, (S)CSS, JSON, XML
- React & React Native
- Web components
You can participate in innovative and challenging projects
You can learn and work with bleeding edge technologies like new blockchain programming languages
We offer a full contract with a lot responsibilities and bright prospects for your career
You will work in an organisation and a team which is open-minded, human, flexible and dynamic
You can work at home part-time, depending on your assignment
A good salary package
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