The Fluence stack simplifies distributed protocol development: instead of re-deploying new features on every node, Aqua scripts are used to declare business logic for remote peers, seamlessly update and re-compose the network behaviour.
We are looking for an engineer to build distributed (sub)protocols using the Aqua language and complementary technologies, such as a simple subset of Rust to run Wasm modules on Marine, or TypeScript for the basic client-side development. We plan to implement Kademlia, RAFT, and similar algorithms to run on the Fluence network and to be delivered as composable Aqua libraries for the benefit of the Fluence developers community.
At Fluence Labs, we are working on new decentralized network protocols to make the internet more open and secure. We believe that open source and open protocols enable better technology for the future of humanity.
Fluence Labs is a distributed team of engineers residing in New York, Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Amsterdam, Helsinki, and Krasnodar. Our culture is remote-first, self-managed, and we value transparent decision making and an open source ethos.
Our primary project is Fluence, a peer-to-peer application platform which allows the creation of applications free of proprietary cloud providers or centralized APIs. Fluence provides a peer-to-peer development stack so that you can program p2p applications, workflows, and compose services, APIs without relying on centralized intermediaries. Fluence serves as an open runtime for internet applications; the new alternative to proprietary platforms, and APIs.
We are looking for new great additions to the Fluence Labs core team. We would like to speak to people who are interested in decentralized technology, empathetic, humble, passionate about their work, and strive for excellence. We expect that candidates are experts in their field, keep up to date with recent developments, and are excellent communicators, both in oral and written form.