Golang / Go Job: Backend Software Engineer

Backend Software Engineer at RockPool Labs

Bangkok, Thailand   (Posted Mar 5 2014)
About the company
Rockpool Labs is a funded, early stage startup, looking to build a team of talented people who genuinely enjoy working with each other, and have a passion for building great solutions for e-commerce problems. We are an international, distributed team. For that reason, we're looking for more people who are comfortable with remote work and live in one of the following areas, or are able to operate within a compatible timezone: Australia, New Zealand and West Coast United States.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible

Job description
Go fits like a glove for our solution. You’re a Gopher at heart. Join a team to break new ground in the e-commerce space.

Build awesome solutions to real e-commerce problems
Implement REST API and backend services that process a high volume of traffic
Write code primarily in Go
Work in a test driven, agile development cycle with continuous deployment
Bake in real-time performance management, monitoring, and alerting
Build critical areas of the core infrastructure

Skills & requirements
Startup experience
High Volume Message Queuing Systems
Highly Scalable Systems
Big Data / Analytics

Being nice
Google App Engine
Working knowledge of Git
Ability to work independently
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Knowledge of A/B testing systems

Instructions how to apply
Send a CV and links to any relevant websites, public source code repositories (Github, Bitbucket) and/or example code to careers@rpl.io. No recruiters please.
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Company: RockPool Labs

RockPool Labs
Location: Bangkok, Thailand

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