Golang / Go Profile: Full Stack Developer

Full Stack Developer - Golang, JavaScript, Postgres, MongoDB, Analytics

Palo Alto, Texas, United States
Looking for: Permanent / Freelance - Can work remotely

Biography
I've worked for many years at digital agencies putting together custom web apps, CMS', and campaigns. Large scale sites like RollingStone.com and UsMagazine.com and small micro sites with far less traffic. I've worked at startups on products. I've built social media campaigns and then dove into all of the social media analytics and metrics. I understand the entire process of each one of these things from start to finish - full stack and then some. I like to interact with the entire project when I work on things. Even if I'm just a member in a team, I make it a point to engage with the other team members and fully understand the project.

Skills
In a nutshell (and I'm leaving things out): languages; PHP, JavaScript, Node.js, Go -- databases: MySQL, Postgres, MongoDB, Redis, InfluxDB, OrientDB. These are the tools I most often turn to, though I like learning about new things to solve problems. That's what I love to do. Solve problems.

What I look for
I'm looking for a position where I mainly code in Go (or even PHP or Node.js) that allows me to really work on the full stack and scope of the product. I'm very much aware of digital marketing strategies and growth. I work on both the front-end and the back-end and even server configuration. So any job that has opportunity to do more than just a single role is ideal. Though I'm happy to code Go all day and night.
Ideally I want to work in the Bay Area, CA or remote. I have worked remote for many years with great success.

How to contact me
tom@shift8creative.com

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Additional information

My website
Linkedin profile
Github: tmaiaroto
Stackoverflow profile
@shift8creative
Location: Palo Alto, Texas, United States


 
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