Golang / Go Job: Backend Engineer


Tapglue

Backend Engineer at Tapglue

Berlin, Germany   (Posted Jul 13 2016)
About the company
Tapglue is a platform that provides plug & play tools to bring the power of network effects to any app. It brings user profiles, friends and news feeds into every product in hours. We provide a true end-to-end experience for developers to make the integration extremely fast. From managing the backend infrastructure and providing a well-documented powerful API to offering SDKs with UI components, Tapglue covers the whole process of developing social features so the developers can focus on building an outstanding UX and growing their community.

Job position
Permanent

Job description
What you will do

- For our services providing social networks, messaging and recommendation:
- design architectures
- model data
- specify protocols and APIs
- evaluate/test assumptions and performance
- automate to eliminate manual effort
- operate at scale on multi-tenant workloads

What we are looking for

- Autonomous work style
- Strong sense of ownership
- Passion for concise, expressive and tested code
- 4+ years experience developing & maintaining
- Fundamentals in data structures and algorithms
- Familiarity with modern server technologies
- Comfort with distributed systems
- Experience shipping and validating production-ready components

What you will get

- Shape the growth of a fast-growing early-stage tech startup
- Influence our work processes
- Work with an experienced, talented, and international team
- A competitive salary and participation in the company's revenue growth
- Network of peers in the technology space

Skills & requirements
Experience with Golang, Unix, PostgreSQL, Redis, Kinesis, SQS, SNS, AWS, GCP

Instructions how to apply
Send application to onur@tapglue.com
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Company: Tapglue

Tapglue
@tapglue
Location: Berlin, Germany

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