Senior Software Engineer, Golang at I.AM+
Los Angeles, California, United States
🇺🇸 (Posted Nov 26 2018)
About the company
Founded by innovator & global music artist will.i.am, I.AM+ is a Hollywood-based technology company whose mission is to create technology that produces a ripple effect across pop culture. Our vision is to foster a community of creatives & coders & believe that through music & tech as the first step, we can usher in a powerful new era built on artificial intelligence. We are an experienced team of over 220 employees across the globe: Los Angeles (HQ) | New York | Singapore | China | Israel | Bangalore.
i.am+ builds multiple software products focused around our machine learning platform. We are looking for strong developers to join a team that is focused on building a music streaming service. Well suited candidates are self-motivated, and have a strong bias for action and focus on craftsmanship.
What you will do:
Hands on developer, focused on designing and building low latency API services.
Design and build clean, well-reasoned, well-tested code.
Follow best practices in all aspects of your work and advocate for process and technological improvements.
Participate in peer code reviews, architectural discussions and sprint planning.
Skills & requirements
What you will need to do it:
BA/BS degree in computer science, related field, or equivalent practical experience.
5+ years of software development experience.
At least 2 years of Golang development experience.
Highly skilled in Golang Concurrency features, SQL/Postgres.
Knowledge of Docker & Kubernetes.
Working knowledge of ElasticSearch.
Understanding of Test Driven Development (TDD).
Clear communication skills and Get things done attitude.
Experience working with a team of expert Golang developers developing a distributed HA application.
Professional Ruby / Python programming experience
Active participation in relevant developer communities, conferences.
Working knowledge of Neo4J and/or other graph databases.
Instructions how to apply
see the website
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