Golang / Go Job: Golang Developer

Golang Developer at Datadog

New York, New York, United States   (Posted May 4 2016)
About the company
We are the leading application and service for cloud-scale monitoring.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible
Relocation compensation available

Job description
Did you discover Go in the past couple of years, and were blown away by its simplicity and efficiency for distributed systems engineering? Read on...

We’re on a mission to bring sanity to cloud operations and we need you to build the data pipelines to ingest, store, analyze and query hundreds of billions of events a day. Join us to build powerful and resilient data systems.

What you will do:

Build distributed, high-throughput, real-time data pipelines
Do it in Go, with bits of Python, C or others
Use Kafka, Redis, Cassandra, Elasticsearch and other open-source components
Join a tightly knit team solving hard problems the right way
Own meaningful parts of our service, have an impact, grow with the company

Skills & requirements
Who you must be:

You have a BS/MS/PhD in a scientific field
You have significant experience with Go and its standard library
Before Go, you've mastered Python, Java or C/C++
You can get down to the low-level when needed
You tend to obsess over code simplicity and performance
You want to work in a fast, high growth startup environment
Your Github shows your chops
Bonus points

You wrote your own data pipelines once or twice before (and know what you did wrong)
You have battle scars with Cassandra, Hadoop, Kafka or Numpy

Is this you?

Instructions how to apply
Please send your resume to re@datadoghq.com and a link to your Github
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Let them know you found the job via http://www.golangprojects.com
(Companies love to know what recruiting strategies that works)

Company: Datadog

Location: New York, New York, United States

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