It is required for LINE to have a highly scalable and reliable infrastructure that controls applications deployed on thousands of machines because of its growing business.
Our team, Delivery Infrastructure Team, is responsible for the in-house deployment system that enables LINE engineers to deploy applications every day.
The mission of our team is ‘Take leadership among company-wide deployment systems to provide innovated and WOW! deployment ecosystem for all of LINE engineers’.
Our current deployment tool stack consists of some components as follows. You will need to enhance some of them or introduce new frontend techniques when necessary:
- Application deployment system that distributes, restarts, and rollbacks applications to thousands of servers
- An inventory management system that manages the servers, clusters, and authorization
- Deployment orchestration pipeline system that controls multiple project’s deployment flows
Your main responsibility will include the following things.
- Lead, design, and develop frontend for the in-house deployment system
- Keep the applied frontend technology updated following industry standard
- Cooperate with developers and UX designers inside and outside of the team to solve the problem
- Code review for colleagues in the team to maintain good code quality
- At least 3 years of experience developing of web application development
- Knowledge of accessibility/utility
- Experience in front-end development project that utilizes Node.js tools (e.g. npm, babel, eslint)
Nice to haves
These aren’t required, but be sure to mention them in your application if you have them.
- Experience in leading a frontend development project
- Experience with React or Vue and their frameworks like Next.js or Nuxt.js
- Experience with Single Page Application (SPA) or Server-side Rendering(SSR) web application
- Experience with TypeScript
- Experience in server-side development (e.g. Node.js, Java, etc)
- Experience with CI (continuous integration) and DevOps practice
- Contributions to or active participation in the OSS community