Golang / Go Job: System Software Engineer

solo.io

System Software Engineer at solo.io

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States 🇺🇸   (Posted May 25 2018)
About the company
Solo.io develops tools to help the enterprise adopt innovative cloud technologies and maximize their benefits.

Take a look at our open source projects: Gloo, Squash, KubeSquash, Envoy Operator, UniK and more

https://github.com/solo-io

https://medium.com/solo-io

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible

Job description
What you'll be doing



We are looking for extraordinary engineering talent to continue our mission to bring Serverless to enterprise developers and beyond.

Working with and growing your stature in the open source community.

Building distributed server side system and developer tooling in Go.

Listen to users in order to make complex technologies usable.



Skills & requirements
Your qualifications



You are passionate about distributed systems, APIs, cloud computing and scalability.

You have built server software as an engineer and recognize the challenges, complexities and tradeoffs to be made when building and deploying new systems to production.

You can collaborate on a team to build, review and help design high quality code.

You’ve demonstrated the ability to effectively work independently.

You are passionate about working with new technology to make many people happier every day.

You are thoughtful about user experience, especially for other engineers.



It would be nice if



You’ve worked on or with technologies that make up the new “cloud native” stack. This would include Kubernetes, Docker, Mesosphere, Go.

You have experience at multi parts of the stack to better understand our customers.

You have previously worked in a large enterprise setting (again, for customer empathy) yet yearn for the opportunities provided by a startup.

Instructions how to apply
To apply email us at jobs@solo.io​
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