Golang / Go Job: Senior Full-stack Go web developer at Universal Reputations

Senior Full-stack Go web developer at Universal Reputations at Universal Reputations

Sydney, Australia   (Posted Oct 27 2017)

Job position
Permanent / Freelance - Remote work possible

Job description
Hey guys, many of us have used sites like Freelancer, Upwork etc and depend on our ratings for our reputation. We depend on this reputation for our income, but did you know none of us own our own reputation and in fact it’s actually being used against you? Your reputation should belong to you and you should be able to use it anywhere. This problem affects us all and has to be fixed. I’ve started working with these two awesome guys in Sydney that are well on the way to solving this problem for every Freelancer, Upworker, Uber driver and anyone else in the sharing and gig economy. This is a massive issue and we currently need start-up thinking people with full-stack Go web development skills to join our developer team. Come and conquer the world with us! Competitive reward and ESOP option is available for the right person.

Skills & requirements
Go Std Lib, Postgres 9.6
Front-end requirements include the usual stuff; HTML5, SASS/CSS3, Bootstrap 3, Responsive Design, jQuery, and Gulp.
If you enjoy integration/API work and have experience with other popular web back-end languages like Ruby/Java/C#/PHP/Python, this is for you!

Instructions how to apply
Please email me with your availability, skill set, resume, preferred rate structure, links to your work.
Company website: Universal Reputations

Let them know you found the job via http://www.golangprojects.com
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Company: Universal Reputations

Universal Reputations
Location: Sydney, Australia

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