FusionCharts Makes Lucidity of Insights Their Business

What do you see when you look at a graph, or a pie chart for that matter? If it is in-depth insight into trends to make effective decisions to ensure your initiative’s success, then you are onto something huge.

Founded in 2002, FusionCharts is a data visualization library (written in JavaScript) that has sought to target developers who wish to infuse interactive charts in their reports, dashboards, analytics, monitors, and surveys. Think this is small fish? Think again!

FusionCharts products are used by over 80% of Fortune 500 companies. Not to mention in 120 different countries by 26,000 organizations and 850,000 unique users. These include technology giants like Google, Apple, Facebook, LinkedIn, Intel, Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, and Nokia as well as heavy hitters like NASA, and the Federal Government of the United States.

All this, with no venture funding to speak of – meaning that they have been completely self-funded.

FusionCharts is looking to break the visual frontiers of the web with the addition of JavaScript developers who are proficient in JavaScript application development on their team.

Constantly building products that push the frontiers of the web is no tiny or easy task. So it goes without saying, they work hard. Conversely, because they are a young, dynamic company, laughter and jokes abound at every turn. They invest in people that are continuous learners and out to beat their best. Degrees and fancy certification doesn’t matter as much as how great you are at what you do. If this sounds like you, take your turn at bat and give it your best shot.

FusionCharts is looking for someone that meets the following requirements.

Experience required for JavaScript developer:

  • 2 to 5 years of experience in JavaScript application development

Requirements to qualify:

  • Strong working knowledge of OOP paradigm and design patterns
  • Knowledge of internals of one of the popular JavaScript libraries like jQuery or Prototype
  • Knowledge of JavaScript frameworks like Backbone.js, Angular.js, Ember.js, etc.

So, if this sounds like something you would be good at, all you have to do is:

Register on Skillenza platform → Take coding test → Get shortlisted for Interview → Land job.

Why work for FusionChart? If their phenomenal growth does not impress you, or the fact that they are used by most Fortune 500 companies around the world, how about the fact that large entities like the Government of the United States of America rely on them for their data visualization needs? Just imagine the type of clients you get to work with, day in and day out. Would there ever be a dull day at work? I think not.

If you are convinced you have what FusionCharts needs to reach their next milestone of growth, go ahead and take the challenge now!

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