Systems Engineer - Server Side & Go at Canonical
Work From Home (North America/Europe), United States (Posted Jul 18 2014)
About the company
Canonical leads the development of Ubuntu. If you’re inspired by the idea of shaping the daily software experience of millions of users around the world, on all sorts of devices, you want to see your skills and talents make a meaningful difference in the world, and you believe in craftsmanship in everything you do, then read on.
- Remote work possible
Canonical is seeking a talented, productive and friendly engineer, to work in the Ubuntu Engineering department specifically focused on server technologies.
Work in the design, development and maintenance of client and server components of the services built around ubuntu.
Ensure the reliability, scalability and availability of such services.
Take responsibility for engineering delivery to spec, plan and quality required
Use test-driven development, ensure code test coverage, add tests for untested code
Provide reviews of code for other team members and contributors
Engage constructively with open source community around application or component
Required Skills and Experience
Excellent python or GoLang programming skills with extensive and diverse experience of server side software development in these languages
Experience designing API’s and systems architecture
Insight into the design and tradeoffs around software performance, maintainability, scalability, traceability, adaptability and cost
Experience collaborating with remote developers, by IM, telephone and email
Strong ability to analyze and prioritize problems, and root cause analysis
Accurate estimation of project complexity, risks and time
Ability to absorb and understand existing codebases and projects quickly
Experience with Linux as a development platform: editors, compilers, conventions
Canonical is an equal opportunity employer.
Skills & requirements
Desirable Skills and Experience:
Knowledge of C/C++ or other low level language
Understanding of databases, OS internals and networking
Open source and community development experience, with identifiable work and contributions to one or more open source projects.
Thoughtful and articulate blogging
Experience with Infrastructure automation, its tools and methodologies
Instructions how to apply
Please drop me an email directly to email@example.com
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