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Nim Software Engineer - Nimbus Team

Closing: Nov 7, 2022

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Published: Oct 29, 2022 (2 months ago)

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The Nimbus team is looking for a Senior Engineer who will take ownership of Developer Experience. Someone who enjoys researching new technologies and building products for the decentralized web while being in the midst of Open Source Libraries and P2P networks. This means writing cool products in Nim for Ethereum and Web3, crafting documentation and SDKs, plus representing the team at developer conferences and online events.

Nimbus is a research team that focuses on developing an Ethereum client and library targeting both Ethereum and the upcoming, proof-of-stake-based ETH2. We believe that the largest deployment of Ethereum will potentially be on embedded systems, Nimbus will be designed to perform well on embedded, mobile and generally resource-restricted devices. The extensible, configurable, and modular design of Nimbus will make it production ready for Web 3.0 and will ensure that it can be supported and maintained across all goals of Ethereum 2.0.

Building the stack from ground up, we’re translating the latest Ethereum 2.0 research into practical, performant and reusable libraries to provide fertile exploration ground for further R&D. Check our latest update!

Prior Experience/Requirements:

  • Interest in open data, blockchain and decentralization. 
  • A strong alignment to our principles
  • Experience with Rust or C/C++, and curiosity about dynamic languages.
  • Background in (embedded) systems programming, p2p technologies. 
  • Familiarity with modern cryptography.
  • Experience with APIs, SDKs and crafting documentation. 


Responsibilities

The Nimbus team is looking for a Senior Engineer who will take ownership of Developer Experience. Someone who enjoys researching new technologies and building products for the decentralized web while being in the midst of Open Source Libraries and P2P networks. This means writing cool products in Nim for Ethereum and Web3, crafting documentation and SDKs, plus representing the team at developer conferences and online events.

Nimbus is a research team that focuses on developing an Ethereum client and library targeting both Ethereum and the upcoming, proof-of-stake-based ETH2. We believe that the largest deployment of Ethereum will potentially be on embedded systems, Nimbus will be designed to perform well on embedded, mobile and generally resource-restricted devices. The extensible, configurable, and modular design of Nimbus will make it production ready for Web 3.0 and will ensure that it can be supported and maintained across all goals of Ethereum 2.0.

Building the stack from ground up, we’re translating the latest Ethereum 2.0 research into practical, performant and reusable libraries to provide fertile exploration ground for further R&D. Check our latest update!

Prior Experience/Requirements:

  • Interest in open data, blockchain and decentralization. 
  • A strong alignment to our principles
  • Experience with Rust or C/C++, and curiosity about dynamic languages.
  • Background in (embedded) systems programming, p2p technologies. 
  • Familiarity with modern cryptography.
  • Experience with APIs, SDKs and crafting documentation. 


  • Lead the effort to create a powerful developer experience around Nimbus, both as a library and as a RPC backend.
  • Define and design APIs that allow block explorers, wallets and decentralized applications interact with Nimbus.
  • Respond to community needs & requests, transforming them into concrete specifications and products or features.
  • Be the face of our developer community, represent Nimbus at conferences and online events.
  • Create powerful documentation and SDKs. 
  • Support evangelizing Nimbus as the go-to ETH 2.0 client for mobile devices and embedded systems within the Open Source community. 


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