Golang / Go Job: Senior Go Developer (m/f)

Senior Go Developer (m/f) at GfIiB wireless GmbH

Berlin, Germany   (Posted Jan 24 2017)
About the company
Superscale Networks is a managed infrastructure provider and one of the largest consumer hardware M2M network in the heart of X-Berg/Berlin. Our highly scalable soft-real-time messaging cloud for management and backoffice capabilities sets us in the league of cisco and ubiquiti. Work in an experienced team from hardware to cloud engineers on the core of a platform that enables 15,000 network access devices across central Europe.

Job position

Job description
Our stack:
Golang Backend on AWS with docker
Microservice infrastructure handling several thousands of messages per second
Check out our github: https://github.com/superscale

Your tasks:
Develop the backend of a massive scale M2M Backend for distributed hardware
Work together with the frontend team to create in house tools
Work together with the hardware team to shape the api
Have significant input in the architecture and planning process

Skills & requirements
Your profile:
You have already several years of programming experiences (Ruby, Python, Java, C++ or similar) and some experience in Golang
You are an Open Source enthusiast
You already worked with AWS on a professional level
You have experience in massive scale Backend
Experience in real time bus systems such as mqtt. Rabbitmq, etc. is a plus

Instructions how to apply
If you are interested in this challenging position and environment, please get in touch with us (jobs@superscale.io) and include a CV, GitHub profile and/or work samples/ references.
Company website: GfIiB wireless GmbH

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Company: GfIiB wireless GmbH

GfIiB wireless GmbH
Location: Berlin, Germany

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