Senior Platform Engineer at Picatic.com
Vancouver, Canada, Canada (Posted Feb 15 2016)
About the company
Developers, brands and enterprises need an integrated seamless event registration solution. Picatic is a simple, powerful and robust API to sell tickets from anywhere.
Our foundational service is a consumer facing event ticketing and management platform. What makes us unique from any other ticketing/management company is that we are the world’s only Freemium to Premium ticketing service.
We have removed barriers by allowing customers to use our service for free. We monetize by offering a Pro package which they can opt in to. The Pro package includes more features targeted towards professional customers.
Our mission is to build trust with our customers and nurture them to our API. We feel that there is a shift in how brands and enterprise want to engage ticketing platforms.
Picatic’s API, which can be found here: developer.picatic.com, is in active development. We have a growing list of brands and enterprise users anticipating further development such as BOSCH, Universal, MuleSoft, FOX, MIT, and many more.
We are a team of 10. We are currently looking for a Senior Platform Engineer. We need a special person that moves fast, is self-directed and is a self-starter. They must have a positive disposition & start up experience.
- Remote work is NOT possible
You will be joining a pair of backend engineers to help develop our new Go based public API to provide ticketing as a service. Your efforts will be engaged in writing Go as well as production operations. You will help us to develop features in our Angular/Go stack as we sunset PHP/NodeJS.
Operations/Development topics include queuing, webhooks, telemetry, logging, deployment automation, and alerting. Proven experience creating and running the full production stack are traits we are seeking.
Skills & requirements
Instructions how to apply
jay @ Picatic.com
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