Lead Golang Engineer
at AI / Blockchain Music technology startup
🇬🇧 United Kingdom › London (Posted Jun 19 2019)
Do they allow remote work?
Remote work is possible, see the description below for more information.
I am working with a well-funded AI / Blockchain Music technology startup who are looking for an experienced Technical Lead Golang Engineer. Partially remote available 2/3 days per week. By harnessing the power of Blockchain & AI the company will solve any rights/source disputes allowing artists to catalogue their music for the community to see and unanimously approve.
Skills & requirements
You will manage a small team of 3 developers and work alongside ex-leaders of one of the worlds largest music companies scaling their infrastructure based on Golang, Node.js, AWS, Postgres and Ethereum. The likes of CI/CD, Containers, Infrastructure as code and Microservices should be very familiar to you. You will need to demonstrate that you have worked on highly available distributed systems.
Company: AI / Blockchain Music technology startup
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