React Devoloper (MERN)


Bit Canny Technologies Pvt. Ltd is expanding their Development Centre rapidly and are in the lookout for people to join them. You can read about our expansion plans in the following news articles.
The company and work is outstanding! If working on domains like home automation, voice control, Internet of Things excites you then you will want to apply for this job.
We follow development methodologies that are industry best. Yes, you will get to learn and improve your skills. Using Unit testing frameworks and code review from Seniors will make you a better developer – for sure.
We are looking for an experienced top-notch full-stack JavaScript developer who is good with React.js and Node.js. Primary focus will be on developing user interface components and implementing them following well-known React.js workflow such as Redux.


  • Implementation of robust set of services / APIs to power the web application
  • Building reusable code and libraries for future use
  • Optimization of the application for maximum speed and scalability
  • Implementation of security and data protection
  • Integration of the front-end and back-end aspects of the web application


  • 3-4 years of overall test-driven development experience.
  • Min 1yr of experience with React & Node
  • Proficient with Mongo, Express, React.js, Node.js, OOP & MVC principles, architectural design patterns.
  • Experience of developing RESTful APIs, JSON, and multi-threaded web services.
  • Strong knowledge of Linux and web server technologies.
  • Familiarity with version control management system(e.g. git)
  • Great communication skills,


Candidate must have a BE/BTech/M Tech/MCA/BSc degree or equivalent.


The remuneration will be highly rewarding for the right candidate.


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