Front-End Developer

December 22, 2016 Bradley Halladay

Medius is looking to hire a full time Front-End Software Developer.  Interested in joining our team?  See below for job description and requirements.

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Title: Front-End Software Developer


A Front-End Web Developer who is motivated to combine the art of design with the art of programming in order to improve the user’s experience and presentation of data.   You will work with the back-end developer to bridge the gap between the graphical interaction of data and technical implementation, taking an active role on both sides and defining how the application looks as well as how it works.


  • Ensure the technical feasibility of UI designs within Medius products
  • Develop/Optimize application for maximum speed, scalability and usability
  • Work with back-end developer to validate user input
  • Collaborate with other team members and stakeholders
  • Help support user interaction with Medius products

Skill Requirements

  • Proficient understanding of web markup, including HTML5, CSS3
  • Basic understanding of server-side CSS pre-processing platforms, such as LESS and SASS
  • Proficient understanding of client-side scripting and JavaScript frameworks, including jQuery
  • Good understanding of advanced JavaScript frameworks, such as Angular JS
  • Good understanding of asynchronous request handling, partial page updates and AJAX
  • Proficient understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues and ways to work around them.
  • Proficient understanding of code versioning tools, such as Git
  • Able to work with a team and interact efficiently with others
  • Independently driven, advanced in thinking and willing to push technology

Skills Preferred

  • Apache Web Server Configurations
  • Mobile App development
  • MySQL
  • Node.js
  • SAAS

Is “Big Data” useful?

October 18, 2015 Bradley Halladay

In today’s age of “big data”, you can find lots of services offering to store your data.  But what good is data if you can’t use it?  We found this to be especially true in the agricultural and food procurement industry, which is why we developed Medius.

At Medius we believe in making data creation and management as simple and useful as possible.  We spent years using and developing tools that are simple and intuitive to use.  The improvements of modern web technology have helped in the evolution of useful data management.  The services that can be offered today through the simple use of your web browser have surpassed the standalone application that you used to be confined to.  Google, for example, developed the fastest javascript engine to date, Chrome V8, really pioneering the web browser application market.  Used in the Chrome browser, the Chrome V8 javascript engine gives developers the ability to split application resources more effectively between the server and the client.  Web application can then use the powerful hardware in today’s technology to speed up data processing and application performance.

While we recommend our clients use Google Chrome as their browser because of performance, we certainly aren’t limited to it.  Technologies such as jQuery, Bootstrap, SASS and others have allowed developers to create web applications that adhere to the current web standards of compatibility across all browsers and platforms.  Bootstrap is a particularly powerfully framework for developing web applications that are responsive in design.  Responsive, meaning, whether you are on your desktop, your tablet, or your phone, the same application is delivered and the user experience is comparable due to the responsive nature of the framework.

When developing data applications, gone are the days of pointless drop downs and spreadsheet looking data.  All that does for you is return the data in the same ugly format it was stored.  Today’s relevant data management applications make data easy to find, easy to use, and easy on the eyes.  It should help you find what you are looking for as the world’s best assistant.