Software Engineer at Product Health Ltd
London, United Kingdom (Posted May 22 2014)
About the company
Longer and healthier lives for powered products
Product Health makes off-grid solar systems and other powered products work better and last longer by remotely monitoring how well they are working and how they are being used. By providing customers with a simple interface to the intelligence on systems we can enhance the lifetime, performance and profitability of their assets such as solar home systems, mini-grids and larger public or private use solar projects.
- Remote work is NOT possible
We are looking for someone to help us build out our server-side infrastructure, which will be supporting the devices in the field. This will involve helping to specify and build all parts of the system including a high volume data store, an analytics platform and web applications making use of the APIs that we are building. You will be part of a tight team that uses an agile project management and engineering approach to achieve great things. There is a very strong focus on automation and testing which enables us to manage large systems with minimal overhead. We are migrating our existing java stack to a micro-service architecture using Go as our main language, Docker as our deployment technology and Kafka as our queuing system. It is a fantastic opportunity to have an impact.
Skills & requirements
Solid experience in Go and understanding of Java
Experience of working in an Agile team
Experience using XP development methodologies (especially TDD)
Database design – ideally having had experience of high transaction levels, particularly with PostgreSQL, but also with NoSQL databases, e.g. Cassandra
Experience working in a start-up environment
An eagerness to learn new things (programming languages, technologies, etc.)
Instructions how to apply
Please send a introduction letter and your CV to Nathalie Tulip (firstname.lastname@example.org) referencing this website.
Company website: Product Health Ltd
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