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Software Developer (PHP)

Remote / Luxembourg - Fulltime

Passbolt is hiring a PHP developer to design, extend and maintain our flagship product and its associated services. Your primary focus will on the server-side logic, ensuring high level of security, performance and responsiveness.

Here is some example of current and upcoming work.

  • The functionalities mentioned in the product roadmap.
  • The migration of Passbolt API to Cakephp v4.
  • A customer self-service portal (to contact support, download an invoice, etc.).

Main responsibilities

  • Engage in the product lifecycle as whole — from inception and design, through testing, development and support.
  • Participate to the software analysis and design in order to provide detailed functional and technical specifications;
  • Develop, deploy, maintain and improve software.
  • Provide answers to the community questions and help troubleshoot issues.
  • Write functional and unit tests in order to perform predictable product build and rapid release cycles.
  • Share back findings, lesson learned and best practices with the team and community by writing blog posts and participating to online and offline events.

Required qualifications

  • Solid experience working with two or more from the following: API design, high-availability software systems, security-related software, automated functional or performance testing, evolutionary database design, authentication system development, web extension development.
  • Experience working with one or more PHP frameworks: CakePHP, Symfony, Laravel.
  • Proficient in two or more of the following programming languages: PHP, Python, Shell, Javascript, SQL, C.
  • Strong understanding of web application development security risks and best practices.
  • Fluent in English, both verbal and written and preferably one other language.

Nice to have

  • Experience with Docker / Kubernetes.
  • Experience with Selenium testing
  • Experience developing PHP extensions.
  • Experience with Javascript / Node.js application development.
  • Experience as maintainer or core contributor of an open source project.

“Nice to have” really means nice-to-have. It is possible for you to have none of these qualifications and still be a very good fit.

Last updated

This article was last updated on December 5th, 2018.

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