Go Developer at Kira Systems
🇨🇦 (Posted Jun 24 2018)
About the company
Kira Systems is a fast-growing Toronto-based software company. Our mission is to empower enterprises through intuitive, easy-to-use software tools for uncovering relevant information in contracts. The Kira application is built upon our own proprietary, state-of-the-art machine learning technology. Our customers include some of the world’s best law firms, professional service firms, and corporations. They use Kira to quickly and accurately review and analyze contracts for due diligence, real estate and financial transactions, as well as contract management.
We make serious enterprise software, have fun doing it, and are always looking for talented people to join our team. We strive to constantly learn, question the crowd, push the boundaries of existing technology, and solve difficult problems.
Kira Systems is hiring Go developers to work on performance critical code in a distributed computing environment, as well as infrastructure and related tools. These include distributed process communication, machine learning preprocessing, web servers, devops tools, and command line utilities. We use many other technologies at Kira Systems including Clojure, ClojureScript, C++, PostgreSQL, Kubernetes, and Docker.
Architecting, implementing, and testing infrastructure and performance critical systems code.
Working with our research team to productize new machine learning technology.
Help improve your and other’s code during code review.
Kira Systems offers a competitive benefits package. Details vary by location but typically include health insurance, retirement plans, and more.
New Macbook Pro or equivalent Linux-based computer.
Flexible working hours.
Education expense allowance.
Equipment expense allowance
Skills & requirements
Demonstrated experience with Go.
Understanding of SQL and relational databases.
ReSTful API use, implementation, or design.
Knowledge application security.
Performance tuning and scalability.
Instructions how to apply
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