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JavaScript AND TypeScript Developer for IDE

JavaScript AND TypeScript Developer for IDE
by Admin on 11-20-2023 at 2:49 pm

Website Codasip

Description

We believe Codasip is the most innovative processor solutions company. We take pride in designing and developing cutting-edge, high-performance, and energy-efficient CPU cores from scratch, and our own automated proprietary tools to fully customize them. We give our customers a unique competitive advantage by empowering their system-on-chip developers to build the most innovative products. Our processor cores are based on the RISC-V open architecture. The potential for customizing RISC-V is unlocked with the Codasip Custom Compute approach: our unique architecture description language, CodAL, and the powerful automated processor design tool, Codasip Studio. These are at the heart of our unique and groundbreaking RISC-V processor solutions.

Founded in 2014, we’ve grown into a thriving and talented global community. Our IP engineering teams work from offices spread across Europe, including our first and largest design center in the beautiful city of Brno, Czechia. The Codasip team is also based close to its customers, which means we have dedicated sales and application engineers in the USA, Japan, Korea, and China.

Codasip is a private company backed by well-funded EU grants. Our products are already making a real impact, with billions of devices already in the market powered by our processor IP and tools.

Want to be an architect of ambition? Join Codasip

At Codasip we are committed to fostering a creative and collaborative work environment. Codasippers have the freedom to explore original ideas and experiment with new techniques. We believe in the benefits of cross-departmental collaboration and encourage sharing to build awareness throughout the teams. This enables you to add value through variety in your work.

When you join Codasip, you become part of a motivated team of self-starters where your ideas are appreciated and your voice is heard. We strive to create an environment where your ambition can flourish and your career can reach new heights. So, come and join our team of architects of ambition. We can’t wait to see what you’ll achieve at Codasip.

Requirements

Our IDE team is enhancing the frontend part of Codasip Studio and currently consists of 4 developers. We’re embarking on the development of a new version of the desktop application, which will be based on Visual Studio Code. Additionally, based on client requirements, we’re preparing a cloud version that will use similar technology.

We’re striving to not only follow and implement modern trends but also to meet our clients’ needs. Hardware development has its specifics and differs from software development in some aspects, which will undoubtedly broaden your horizons. The IDE team meets several times a week at the office and would appreciate it if you could avail of the same opportunity.

What awaits you here:

  • Active collaboration in advancing the GUI of our Codasip Studio.
  • Analysis and contribution to the design of possible solutions in line with the motto “work smart, not hard.”
  • Learning new technologies, tools, and approaches.
  • Responsibility for code quality: unit tests, component tests, integration tests, end-to-end tests.
  • Code reviews.
  • You’ll make full use of your English and can improve it through language courses.
  • Agile collaboration with a small team based in Brno (our IDE team currently uses the Scrumban methodology).

A unique advantage in our software development is the direct interaction we can have about new features or issues with our colleagues—internal customers—who are in the next office. This means quick and direct feedback. Subsequently, we also engage with external clients to find solutions tailored to their needs.

Technologies you’ll work with:

  • JavaScript/TypeScript
  • Platform Visual Studio Code, Node.js
  • GitLab for code versioning and CI
  • Development takes place in Linux or Windows (IDE is developed for Windows, Linux, and MacOS).
  • Occasional use of Python.

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