Golang / Go Job: Backend Engineer

Backend Engineer at WHAM Network, Inc

Los Angeles, California, United States   (Posted Jul 31 2017)

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible

Job description
Gaming is exploding! There's been a massive void for a single, authoritative, unbiased source for news, information, and entertainment... until now! WHAM Network is the go-to source for news, information, and entertainment focused on the global gaming lifestyle.

WHAM Network is looking for two talented backend developers with experience writing distributed systems. As one of our Backend Engineers, you will be working directly with the team in order to develop the backend services that the WHAM platform.

Skills & requirements
- Strong background with the Go programming language and its ecosystem
- Basic JavaScript knowledge (Node.js, TypeScript)
- Comfortable with using tools like Git, Trello, and Slack
- Familiar with technologies such as CQL (Cassandra), SQL (MySQL), ElasticSearch, AMQP (RabbitMQ)
- Experience with containerized applications
- Ability to implement based on product specifications
- Excellent English communication skills, both verbal and written
- Strong collaboration skills, being able to work across different teams
- Familiar with frontend web development concepts (HTML, CSS, WebSockets)
- Basic web development knowledge (HTML, CSS)

Instructions how to apply
To apply to this position, send an email to anthony@whamnetwork.com with the following information:
- Cover letter (why would you be a good fit?)
- Resume
- Email address
- Phone number
Company website: WHAM Network, Inc

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Company: WHAM Network, Inc

WHAM Network, Inc
Location: Los Angeles, California, United States

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