Golang / Go Job: Software Engineer


Software Engineer at Nitrous

San Francisco, California, United States   (Posted Nov 6 2014)
About the company
We're changing the way the world codes. We are a results and data-driven organization. This allows us to avoid the bureaucracy of typical large companies. We value people who are doers instead of talkers, who obsess over the details, who listen to data yet know when to trust their gut, and who empathize with our users.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work is NOT possible
Relocation compensation available

Job description
Nitrous.IO software engineers are responsible for driving the user experience and performance of our web and desktop applications.
We’re looking for motivated, independent thinkers who employ creative, scalable and performant solutions.

Build new features in Ruby, Node.js, and Ember.js
Benchmark app performance and design scalable and performant systems and APIs
Ruby on Rails, Python, Node.js, Go
jQuery, Ember.js
PostgreSQL, Redis, Memcache
Amazon Web Services
RabbitMQ, AMQP
A passion for cloud computing and optimization
Obsessive attention to detail
Risk taker, not afraid to break things to push the envelope of what’s possible
Degree in Computer Science or related technical field

To apply, please provide the following:
Github Profile
Links to side/hobby projects that you have built

Nitrous does not accept agency resumes.
Nitrous is an equal opportunity employer.

Skills & requirements
Go, Docker, Full stack development with emphasis on back-end development.

Instructions how to apply
Apply online
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Company: Nitrous

Location: San Francisco, California, United States

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