Golang / Go Job: Golang developer for greenfield, web api on AWS


Proto3

Golang developer for greenfield, web api on AWS at Proto3

Seattle, Washington, United States   (Posted Aug 2 2015)
About the company
We (Proto3.com) are a boutique software consulting agency utilizing modern technology to help large companies and entrepreneurs build applications quickly and reliably. We have a very relaxed work environment, 100% remote based. We like to think of ourselves as the "special forces" of software developers. (without the violence) :)

Job position
Freelance - Remote work possible

Job description
We are looking for a developer who has experience writing web apis in golang. Additionally, any AWS experience is appreciated. This will be greenfield web api(s) for a large live video streaming platform.

We (Proto3.com) are a boutique software consulting agency, with a very relaxed work environment, 100% remote based, but do give preference for those who are close to US West coast timezone (especially if located in Seattle). We like to think of ourselves as the "special forces" of software developers. (without the violence) :)

This would be a full-time contract position (good for freelancers), lasting at least 3 months, but very well could continue on for a long time after that.

We pay above-market rates.

Skills & requirements
Most important skill is experience developing golang web apis. Additional skills that are helpful is experience in using AWS services like Dynamo, Kinesis.

Instructions how to apply
Send resume to jobs@proto3.com. In the email, add a very brief summary of your experience and any additional links you might want to share.
Company website: Proto3

Let them know you found the job via http://www.golangprojects.com
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Company: Proto3

Proto3
@proto_3
Location: Seattle, Washington, United States

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