Spread across 18 offices, our global team leverage their human relationships with local managers to provide actionable insights-connecting traders with private market opportunities throughout the world. We combine an obvious strategic eyesight with tactical versatility to connect traders with investment and advisory solutions that are tailored to help meet their return goals, risk tolerance and liquidity needs.
By evaluating managers on the primary, supplementary, or co-investment basis, our investment and procedures teams share insights into how managers think, and operate, as well as how they might perform. This rich dialogue exemplifies our “one team” approach. Having multiple touch points with managers leads to deeper human relationships and more insights into market conditions and tendencies.
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We work in small, cross-functional teams where you will likely find yourself accountable for implementation on both the back-end (Rails and Postgres), as well as the front-end (using Ember or Vue and written in TypeScript). You’ll help vet and improve our server-side layer, implement new features, integrate with alternative party API’s, and Shepherd of our software. “How can we ensure that our application will scale even as we grow? How do the other apps you worked on handle similar fill conditions? “You want to expose these right parts of the API to third party developers. Will that API need to change from our internal API, and if so, how?
We want to make it possible for users to sort their transactions in a new way, and we are thinking of using drag-and-drop to make that possible. What changes on our server and client will be necessary to accomplish this? “We have to combine a new data aggregation partner for connecting bank or investment company import and accounts transactions. How do we arrange it so that people can reuse most of that work if we bring on another partner later? Are an excellent developer that can quickly adapt to new languages.
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Write code that is simple for other developers and your future self to understand and use. Have plenty of war stories to tell about the last time you launched a large SaaS application, or weathered an enormous spike in fill, or recovered from an outage. Know the right path around SQL and relational directories.
If the data source layer turns out to be the culprit behind a concern, it’s not a black box to you. Know data and algorithms structures beyond arrays and “for loops”. Have excellent debugging skills. You know how to find problems, and the way to design apps so that problems are discoverable to begin with. Already use and love YNAB. Integrating with third party APIs like Aggregation Providers, Payment Gateways, and Analytics Services.