Golang / Go Job: Backend Developer

Native Instruments

Backend Developer at Native Instruments

Berlin, Germany 🇩🇪   (Posted Jun 18 2018)
About the company
Native Instruments is a leading manufacturer of software and hardware for computer-based audio production and DJing. The company's mission is to develop innovative, fully-integrated solutions for all musical styles and professions. The resulting products regularly push technological boundaries and open up new creative horizons for professionals and amateurs alike.

Job position
Permanent

Job description
Native Instruments is looking for a versatile Backend Developer (f/m) to work in the Digital Services Group and help build the best possible online sound and music environment that inspire and empower all music lovers to create the future of music. You will develop and maintain highly reliable, scalable, and secure services. You will also create online solutions for integration into our products, and ensure that these are up-and-running 24/7. You are familiar with the full software life cycle, that can adapt quickly with a small, collaborative team. You thrive on envisioning, building, and implementing new products from scratch. In this role, you will be part of an international, diverse, dynamic, and cross-functional team of music enthusiasts based in Berlin.

WHAT YOU'LL DO

Develop, build and run a variety of scalable and robust music application server APIs and microservices

Build highly performing web applications that interact with large amount of data catering to all our users around the world

Collaborate with other cross-functional, distributed Agile teams to identify and solve compelling issues for our cloud solutions

Work alongside DevOps, Frontend Developers, QA Engineers and Designers ensuring all applications are reliable, monitored and logged

Working with colleagues across teams to set best practices and assess the value of new technologies and frameworks

Skills & requirements
WHAT YOU'LL BRING

Experience in creating highly scalable web applications

Knowledge of writing server-side software in different languages, with preferred experience in Python or Golang

Good communication skills and collaborative approach to working in a team

Creative, solution-oriented mindset with a meticulous and self-reflective approach to your work

Curiosity to learn new technologies, programming languages and paradigms

Experience in writing and maintaining tests

“Automating everything” is a key part of your work philosophy

Experience with at least one of the following: cloud services providers (AWS, Digital Ocean, Google Cloud Platform etc.), virtualization and container technologies (Docker, Vagrant, etc), microservices architecture

Instructions how to apply
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