Graduate - Intermediate Software Engineer at CodeLingo
Dunedin, New Zealand (Posted Jan 15 2017)
About the company
An early stage startup based in Dunedin, NZ.
Are you interested in the art of engineering? As engineers, we are good at scaling up anything - except ourselves. As teams scale up, quality and velocity often drop. We're about to change that.
By encoding their knowledge and code patterns CodeLingo can guide developers and automate code reviews, significantly reducing the time spent by senior engineers manually reviewing code.
We are looking for an engineer to join the core team of this early stage start-up as we prepare to begin Beta testing with several exciting high profile companies.
Skills & requirements
We're looking for a graduate / junior engineer who works well in a team and enjoys working on challenging problems as we develop services which transform the way teams develop software.
You'll be exposed to a wide variety of technologies, including Docker, GRPC, GraphDBs and many of the most popular programming languages. While our core stack is Git, Golang and Meteor, having experience in these is not as important as having the ability and interest to quickly pick up new technologies.
You'll be guided by senior engineers and entering on the ground floor of a new company.
Development work includes; unit tests, IDE plugins, DSL design, DSL implementation and security, networking and configuration of a distributed, cloud-based, platform. Code comprehension is important as you’ll initially be working on existing modules and navigating a large codebase. As we’re a fast moving start-up, it’s important to be flexible and willing to change focus area quite frequently. While a senior engineer will support you through these challenges, you will be expected to progressively work largely independently. You'll be one of CodeLingo's first hires and be instrumental in pushing out our most important release: CodeLingo v1.
Instructions how to apply
Please send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com. Please include a description of a technically interesting aspect of a personal software project.
Company website: CodeLingo
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