Golang / Go Job: Backend Engineer


Talynt

Backend Engineer at Talynt

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, United States 🇺🇸   (Posted Apr 24 2017)
About the company
Talynt is a development agency based out of Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Currently developing an internal MVP application written in Golang.

Job position
Permanent / Freelance - Remote work possible

Job description
Developer needed to build MVP for startup.

Skills & requirements
- Go 

- NodeJS

- REST APIs 

- Postgres 

- Worker queues 

Instructions how to apply
Include a list of projects you have contributed to in Golang. Anything with managing big data sets would be additionally helpful.

Send this list, along with your availability (should be available for full time work starting now), and expected monthly salary to apply@talynt.co
Company website: Talynt

Let them know you found the job via https://www.golangprojects.com
(Companies love to know recruiting strategies that works)
 

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