Golang / Go job board
What is Golangprojects
The Golang Job market is thriving. When we started this website in 2014, there were not many job ads that listed golang as a required (or even nice to have) skill.
Now in July 2021 there are considerably more Golang jobs out there. At Golangprojects you will find the best and high quality open positions (freelance and permanent) for Go / Golang developers / DevOps / engineers.
If you are a job seeker, looking for a remote job, or if you prefer to work onsite, as long as you are interested in putting your Golang skills into practise, make sure you follow us on Twitter
and sign up to our golang jobs newsletter
to get the lastest Go jobs.
We focus on quality rather than quanitity, the job posts are not scraped from other sites so the information is current (at the time of posting), and no additional information are scraped; company information and salaries are all provided at the time to make sure there are no disappointments for the job hunters.
For companies looking for Golang developers/DevOps
With over +16.6K twitter followers
facebook followers, not to mention +35K website visitors and all newsletter subscribers, Golangprojects is the best way to directly target your job post to thousands of Golang developers.Post your Golang job ad
and you will find yourself getting the best quality applications.
Terms of Service & ContactTerms of Service
for the website.
If you need to correct / delete a job offer, please use use this form
and it will be processed asap.
(or if you need to contact us for some other reason).
Golangprojects belongs to UID Software Solutions Ltd, a company based on the Isle of Man.
It was created by Carl (the founder of UID Software Solutions Ltd) back in 2014, you can read more about him over here: Carl's personal website
Say thank you with coffee
Golangprojects has provided golang jobs and go developer profiles for over 7 years
Do you want to say "thanks"? Click the button below to buy me a coffee or two; coffee in -> code out!
The Gopher logo and our social media
The gopher is the Golang mascot/logo created by Renée French
. I modified the gopher; added a tie & pocket for his pens.
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