Golang / Go Job: Medior/Senior software engineer


Newest Industry

Medior/Senior software engineer at Newest Industry

Rotterdam, Netherlands   (Posted May 31 2016)
About the company
We develop online platforms and products, changing industries with them and creating large value for end users!

Job position
Permanent / Freelance

Job description
We currently have several large product developments and three large projects that need developers added to the already enthusiastic and innovative teams.
You will start within a team of different skill-sets where you will be working on various different projects. The culture within Newest Industry is fast and dynamic and always on the cutting edge of what can be done. Are you always self improving and interested in new technology? Then you will fit right in!
As a senior developer you will be given great responsibillity right from the start. Diving straight into the core of Newest Industry tech, improving en expanding core-functionality. Furthermore you will be working closely with our designers, project leads and testers to create the most awesome products possible.

Skills & requirements
Nothing great happens between 9 and 5. What we do is not just work, its our passion. As a senior we expect nothing but great quality work, but especially we like to hear your are passionate about;

PHP
MongoDB
Elastic search
Go (preferred)
Message Queues (preferably RabbitMQ)
Linux
GCE

Instructions how to apply
Please include a list of education, latest three job positions and projects worked on.
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Company: Newest Industry

Newest Industry
@nl_newest
Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands

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