Golang / Go Job: Software Engineer


Software Engineer at Meteora

Dallas, Texas, United States   (Posted Sep 23 2014)
About the company
Meteora is an advertising technology company designed to skyrocket digital sales initiatives, brand presence, and client engagement. Meteora specializes in customized audience targeting — harvesting site traffic into segmented audiences for highly specific ads across the web. By tracking a brand’s website users, compiling 3rd party user data that fits advertiser goals, and optimizing ad delivery through real time bidding strategies, Meteora provides an unmatched level and quality of online targeting while still providing the lowest CPM prices around. Visitors are given personalized, branded offers that foster buyer loyalty and action — allowing for specific marketing initiatives to be targeted to highly segmented audiences.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible

Job description
Hi! We are in need of a few full time software engineers that are excited and competent in high frequency big data systems. Most of the team works remote from multiple countries. We are based in Dallas, TX.. well funded and ready to expand our features. You will be working and responsible for systems that handle over 40 billion requests/ responses per day.

Skills & requirements
- Go
- NoSQL (Redis, LMDB, Bolt, etc.)
- We also use some Riak but some engineers will not be responsible for these pieces.
- Linux experience a plus
- Advertising/ marketing industry experience a plus

Instructions how to apply
Please send nick@meteora.co (.co is intentional) your linkedIn or website as well as a few repo's with your best work.
Company website: Meteora

Let them know you found the job via http://www.golangprojects.com
(Companies love to know what recruiting strategies that works)

Company: Meteora

Location: Dallas, Texas, United States

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