Golang / Go Job: Software Engineer (using Go)

Permission Data

Software Engineer (using Go) at Permission Data

New York, New York, United States 🇺🇸   (Posted May 11 2015)
About the company
We have tools that let website owners monetize their sign up processes.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work is NOT possible

Job description
@Permission Data we are in the process of completely overhauling our tech stack. We've chosen Go as our primary implementation language, and are creating a scaleable microservice architecture.

Your role would be to bring in some experience with Go, lay down some knowledge on us (we've been using Go for a couple months now), and help us take our infrastructure to the next level. The team is small (9 people), so you have the ability to make a big impact.

There will be some front end work as well, and you'll get to learn Aurelia, which we are using for our internal applications.

Skills & requirements
4+ years of software development experience

2+ years of Go experience

1+ years of Javascript

1+ years of HTML/CSS

Awesome problem solving skills

Nice to have:

Experience with message queuing and distributed microservices

Experience using Docker containers

Instructions how to apply
Please follow the link to our careers.stackoverflow.com page and tell us a little about yourself: https://careers.stackoverflow.com/jobs/87827/software-engineer-using-go-permission-data
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Company: Permission Data

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