Golang / Go Job: Back-end developer


Back-end developer at Iconfinder

Copenhagen, Denmark   (Posted Apr 10 2014)
About the company
Iconfinder provides beautiful icons to millions of designers, developers and other creative professionals. Iconfinder now hosts the worlds largest collection of premium icons, with over 340.000 icons in stock. The Iconfinder Marketplace lets contributing illustrators earn royalties by drawing, uploading and selling their original artwork.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible

Job description
Want to join a small team working on popular product with millions of users? We're looking for inspired, skilled and passionate people to help us create beautiful and fast tools for designers and developers.

Our current stack

Python and the Django framework
The team is mostly situated at our offices in Copenhagen, but working remotely is also an option

Skills & requirements
Skills required

We're looking for the right person, who fits this broad description:

You have knowledge of common web application patterns such as MVC, REST and other buzzwordy abbreviations.
Common development techniques such as unit testing and version control are second nature to you.
Object oriented design, decoupling, modularity and other parts of the structure of modern applications make perfect sense to you.
You are always pushing yourself to get better.
You're awesome to be around.
We are not looking for at developer with specific skills (e.g. Django) - it's more important that you are willing to learn and can pick up on new technologies quickly.

Instructions how to apply
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Company: Iconfinder

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

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