Golang / Go Job: Backend Engineer


Backend Engineer at Aludio

London, United Kingdom   (Posted Jan 9 2017)

Job position
Permanent - Remote work is NOT possible

Job description
Aludio is an Altpoint Ventures backed start-up based in central London. We’re looking for smart, friendly backend engineers to help us build out a new marketplace app for a vastly underserved market. We’re a small team so you’ll be able to work on a broad range of things right from the start and you’ll have a big say in how our systems are architected and run.

Responsibilities:
You’ll be helping to build our platform from the ground up. As such you’ll be wearing many different hats. You could be working on:
Collaborating with mobile engineers to define the APIs which power our apps
Getting us set up on AWS and automating the infrastructure using Terraform
Writing new services that drive the features for our platform.

Our tech stack:
We’re still at the very beginning of our journey so we’re still figuring out exactly what our tech stack will look like. That said, here’s some things we’ve worked with in the past that we really like:
Go (golang)
Cassandra / MySQL
AWS
gRPC
Kafka

Skills & requirements
We’d love to hear from you if the following apply:
You want to help build out not just a product, but a company
You’re keen to learn new technologies and make the most of existing ones
You can take a pragmatic approach to technical debt
You have experience working on SOA or microservices based platforms
You have some experience working in a strongly typed language (Go, Java, C).
You have at least 2-3 years of experience writing and supporting backend services

Instructions how to apply
Please attach a CV and links to any relevant online profiles - github repos etc - and email to dominic@aludio.com
Company website: Aludio

Let them know you found the job via http://www.golangprojects.com
(Companies love to know what recruiting strategies that works)
 

Company: Aludio

Aludio
Location: London, United Kingdom

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