Go Software Developer at Thycotic
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
🇺🇸 (Posted Nov 19 2018)
About the company
Thycotic, a global leader in IT security, is the fastest growing provider of Privileged Account Management solutions that protect an organization’s most valuable assets from cyber-attacks and insider threats. Our mission is to make self-sufficient security champions, by making security tools people love to use that make privilege management achievable for everyone. We help organizations protect what matters most, by limiting privileged account risk, implementing least privilege policies, controlling applications, and demonstrating compliance.
Do they allow remote work?
Remote work is possible, see the description below for more information.
Working as a developer at Thycotic means being part of a highly capable team of agile developers who create awesome security software products used by thousands of IT administrators worldwide.
This can be a remote/telecommute position based out of your home office. Reports to the Software Development Team Lead.
Skills & requirements
4 - 7 years software development experience
Experience and knowledge programming in Go
Experience with Cobra, and DevOps tools like Puppet, Chef, Ansible, etc. is a plus
Experience with performant and scalable web applications is a plus
Experience with serverless application technologies in AWS is a plus
Passionate about writing quality code, following best practices, solving complex technical challenges, and constantly honing your development skills
Strong design skills and full software development lifecycle experience
Ability to rapidly learn diverse technologies and apply them
Excellent communication skills
Ability to look at the “big picture,” coming up with great new ideas, but also executing those ideas and writing the code to make it happen
Strong understanding of Object Oriented principles and developing SaaS applications
Interested in using Test Driven Development
Instructions how to apply
see the website
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