Golang / Go Job: Graduate Software Developer


Amigo Technology Ltd.

Graduate Software Developer at Amigo Technology Ltd.

London, United Kingdom   (Posted May 24 2017)
About the company
We turn marketing ideas into brilliant digital experiences quickly and cost effectively. Our technology works with our client’s existing data and technology and allows them to implement new campaigns, learn fast and respond to new opportunities and challenges as they emerge. Amigo is agile marketing. We are a startup challenger brand with big ambitions to disrupt the digital marketing space. Amigo’s senior team has a track record in starting highly successful businesses and significant experience within digital marketing. Read more about our belief system at https://amigotechnology.com/why and how Amigo solves our clients’ problems at https://amigotechnology.com/how.

Job position
Permanent

Job description
As a graduate developer you will predominantly be developing the code which realises our clients’ marketing objectives. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to Amigo’s internals and be fully involved in our code review process. We are looking for someone who can pick up new concepts quickly, is eager to learn and is not afraid to take responsibility. You will report into our Head of Development.

Skills & requirements
Mandatory: JavaScript, HTML, CSS, SQL
Bonus: Go, Node.js, Docker, Kubernetes, Automated Testing, Sysadmin (linux)

Instructions how to apply
Submit a covering a letter and CV via https://amigotechnology.com/vacancies/junior-developer.
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Company: Amigo Technology Ltd.

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Location: London, United Kingdom

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