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Software Engineer

Cape Town / Johannesburg / The Netherlands · Full time

Who we are

Cape AI was founded at the beginning of 2019 and is currently run by enthusiastic data-driven entrepreneur Pieter Boon and Artificial Intelligence expert Adit Mehta. At Cape AI we believe that skilled AI developers can contribute to a better planet. Together with our clients we shape their future and help improve their triple-bottom-line: People, Planet, Profit. What sets us apart from other consulting firms is that all team members can spend 20% of their time on personal development and prototyping disruptive AI-based business models.

What we’re looking for

For our innovative venture knowledgemarker we are looking for skilled engineers to further develop our application for the Microsoft landscape. You will be building complex addons and extensions to retrieve communications / messages from different Microsoft products, starting with Teams and Outlook (exchange). You will be responsible for the logic to securely route those communications to our back-end servers.

Applicant requirements

Experience with building (browser) addons and chatbots

Experience with building and consuming REST API’s

Knowledge of OAuth 1/2

Experience with webprogramming in Javascript and Node.js

Some experience / exposure with the ASP.NET/C# ecosystem is a plus

Some experience / exposure with the Azure cloud ecosystem is a plus

Work visa for the location you are applying for

At least 3 days/week available


Depending on work experience

Need help?

Not sure exactly what we’re looking for or just want clarification? We’d be happy to chat with you and clear things up. Anytime!

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[email protected]

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Don't see a job for you?

Do you feel like you belong working with Cape AI, but we just don’t have your dream job posted? No problem - just reach out.

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Apply by sending your resume and short cover letter to [email protected].

If you don't meet the above criteria please consider applying for our internship instead.