Hey there! We're on the lookout for a skilled and motivated Next.js developer to join our team on a part-time basis for a few weeks. If you're a tech-savvy individual with a knack for ironing out bugs and polishing front-end experiences, we want to hear from you. This role might just be the perfect fit for you, and who knows, it could blossom into a long-term collaboration with our exciting SaaS project.
What We're All About:
Our SaaS application, Ignite Compliance, is revolutionizing how businesses interact with Florida fire codes. We leverage technologies like Pinecone, Firebase, Langchain, GPT-3.5 turbo, Stripe, and GCP to deliver a seamless experience that simplifies compliance management. Our platform empowers users to navigate complex regulations effortlessly, and we need your skills to ensure it's running like a well-oiled machine.
Role & Responsibilities:
Tackle minor bug fixes and enhancements on our Next.js-based front-end.
Collaborate with our team to refine user interfaces and improve overall user experience.
Utilize your expertise to integrate and optimize various cutting-edge technologies, including Pinecone, Firebase, Langchain, GPT-3.5 turbo, and Stripe.
Be familiar with various fine-tuning methodologies and prompt engineering techniques to enhance the performance and results of AI-based components.
Work closely with cloud service platforms, particularly Google Cloud Platform (GCP), to fine-tune and optimize application performance and reliability.
Skills We're Looking For:
Strong proficiency with Next.js for building modern and dynamic web applications.
Familiarity with Pinecone, Firebase, Langchain, GPT-3.5 turbo, and Stripe – you'll be using these to create magic.
Experience with fine-tuning methodologies and prompt engineering to optimize AI-based components.
Comfortable working with cloud service platforms, especially Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
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