Wikifactory is a platform for developing digitally fabricated products. The platform’s initial features are inspired by collaboration methodologies from the open source software world: version control, forking, documentation systems, and issue tracking. More broadly, Wikifactory is on a mission to bring programmability to the physical world - and we need your help!
Over the next 6 months Wikifactory will be working closely with product design teams who use a variety of digital fabrication machines (robotics, 3d printers, CNCs, etc…) to prototype and manufacture innovative products. Through this programme of engagement, we will design and develop additional collaboration tools to overcome any real-world challenges they face.
You will be playing a key role in (1) designing and developing these tools, (2) helping to iterate and improve the performance and usability of existing features and (3) helping us bring our internal UI framework (built in React, MobX and GraphQL) to an initial open source release.
• Strong experience with:
- React (or similar frameworks like Angular, Vue)
- Mobx (or other state management frameworks like Redux, Vuex)
• A fascination with digital fabrication technologies or interest in hardware development
• Experience with
• GraphQL APIs
• Web Based 3D applications in WebGL, Three.js or similar
• Documenting, releasing and maintaining open source libraries
• Mobile App development
Why work with Wikifactory
• Work on challenging problems with talented people
• Flexible working hours (it’s not about the time you put in, it’s about what you do in that time that matters)
• International team and travel opportunities
• Competitive salary and package
Renumeration: €65-40,000 per annum, depending on experience.
- Senior Front-End Engineer
- Madrid, Spain
- 40,000-65,000 Euros