Golang / Go Job: Freelance GoLang Developer


Freelance GoLang Developer at SpringboardVR

Vancouver, Canada   (Posted Jan 30 2018)
About the company
SpringboardVR is the fastest growing Virtual Reality arcade management platform outside of China

Job position
Freelance - Remote work possible

Job description
We are looking for a freelance GoLang developer to join us on a fixed project contract. This contract will be paid hourly position with payments made on the 1st and 15th of every month.

The estimated length of the contract is 2 to 3 months. We are looking for someone that has 20 to 40 hours a week available during this time. There is a possibility of a continuing ongoing monthly retainer of 10 or so hours a week after this time.

We are looking for someone that is able to start by around February 15th.


CLI Tool - A fork of Itch.io's Butler tool modified for SpringboardVR servers. Minimal functionality changes will be required.
Content Server - Built on top of Itch.io's Wharf specification project to allow for the transfer of game content. Will act as a microservice and integrate with our existing backend.
For both of these we would love to Pull Request back any improvements we make to the original repos.


We are a fully remote company! Our current web development team is located in Vancouver, BC Canada, our desktop development team is across Europe, and our business headquarters are in Oklahoma City, OK USA.

We are open to someone in any timezone, with a preference to North America and Europe.

Skills & requirements

Instructions how to apply
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Company: SpringboardVR

Location: Vancouver, Canada

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