Golang / Go Job: Senior Platform Developer


StackEngine

Senior Platform Developer at StackEngine

Austin, Texas, United States   (Posted Sep 10 2014)
About the company
StackEngine is a hot, Austin-based startup – early-stage and funded – building software to give application developers the power to simply and massively deploy, orchestrate, and scale resilient applications – to bring modern management to modern, container-centric architectures.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible

Job description
Do you love Go and its simplicity and power for building apps and tools? Have you been looking for a place where you can write production Go code? Welcome to StackEngine!

StackEngine is a hot, Austin-based startup – early-stage and funded – building software to give application developers the power to simply and massively deploy, orchestrate, and scale resilient applications – to bring modern management to modern, container-centric architectures.

What you will do:

* Build fundamental parts of our product
* Contribute to all parts of our service
* Do it all in Go
* Use RDS, Sqlite, and other open-source tools
* Get intimately familiar with Docker, Mesos, Kubernetes, AWS, Google Cloud
* Be part of a team that loves building great software together
* Build a great company

Skills & requirements
* You have deep experience with Go
* You have mastered another language previously
* You want to work in a startup environment
* You can work independently

Instructions how to apply
Please send a link to your github (or another way to see some of your work), and a resume in PDF format to careers@stackengine.com.
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Company: StackEngine

StackEngine
@stackengine
Location: Austin, Texas, United States

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