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Design and implement real-time, low-latency, and highly concurrent applications using Erlang/Elixir. Collaborate with the team to define technical requirements and specifications. Proven experience in Erlang/Elixir development. Strong understanding of OTP principles and design patterns. Experience with real-time data processing, messaging systems, and distributed computing. Hands-on experience with microservices architecture and containerization (e.g., Docker).