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Human Brain Project PCO, EPFL

Go Software development services for Swift storage backend support in the DVID Image Database at Human Brain Project PCO, EPFL

Geneva, Switzerland 🇨🇭   (Posted Jan 30 2018)
About the company
The Human Brain Project is a H2020 FET Flagship Project which strives to accelerate the fields of neuroscience, computing and brain-related medicine.

This acceleration will be achieved by a strategic alignment of scientific research programmes in fundamental neuroscience, advanced simulation and multi-scale modelling with the construction of an enabling Research Infrastructure.

Job position
Freelance - Remote work possible

Job description
This short-term contract is for software development services needed to extend the DVID Image service (https://github.com/janelia-flyem/dvid) to allow use of Openstack Swift as a backend storage service in performance sensitive use cases. As the DVID Image service is written in Go, the service provider must have demonstrable expertise in developing, modifying and optimizing performance sensitive data services in the Go language. Resulting code is intended to be contributed back to the open source DVID project.

Deadline for application is 2018-02-15.

Deadline for completion of the contract is 2018-03-31.

Skills & requirements
Required:

- Go backend service development experience

- Load testing experience

Desired:

- Docker service deployment experience

- Medical / Research imaging or image processing experience

- Experience in Integration with Openstack Swift

Instructions how to apply

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