Golang / Go Job: Golang Dev


Echo

Golang Dev at Echo

London, United Kingdom 🇬🇧   (Posted Oct 25 2017)
About the company
We do repeat prescriptions in the UK, see our site for more!

Job position
Permanent - Remote work is NOT possible

Job description
We’re looking for Golang devs to work on (micro)services and cloud infra here at Echo.co.uk! We’re based in London and love Kubernetes, Prometheus, Go, GraphQL and GCP and good Coffee. We have just raised a series A round of funding and will be integrating with the NHS soon. DM me for a chat or ask for more details here!

Skills & requirements
Kubernetes, Prometheus, Go, GraphQL, GCP, Node, Docker are all good knowledge areas to have. But generalists are welcome and new Go coders are welcome too!

Instructions how to apply
Please contact alex.barlow@echo.co.uk
[ job website ]

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Company: Echo


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