Golang / Go Job: Software engineer

Software engineer at Pani Networks

Open to all locations, United States 🇺🇸   (Posted Jul 27 2015)

Job position
Permanent / Freelance - Remote work possible

Job description
Full-time position in well-funded startup for an intermediate or senior Go/Python developer. Work remotely, flexible work hours, competitive salary and equity package. Company is based in the US, but we can work with you even if you are based in another country.

We are a small startup company with a big plan: Greatly simplify data centre networking and network virtualization, provide solid, beautifully simple and sturdy networking with our open source solution.

Is this something you can see yourself getting behind and exited about? Are you an excellent developer who takes pride in the quality of your work? Do you enjoy taking part in brand new, ambitious projects that can make a real difference? Can you see yourself working as part of an internationally distributed team?

Skills & requirements
* Golang

* Python

* RESTful interfaces

* Container technology (Docker, Kubernetes, etc.)

* OpenStack

* AWS or GCE

* Linux system administration

* Agile development practices

* DevOps

* Configuration management tools (Ansible, Puppet, Chef, etc.)

* General networking concepts

Instructions how to apply
Please let us know why you think this might be the job for you and reply to 'jobs@paninetworks.com'.
Company website: Pani Networks

Let them know you found the job via https://www.golangprojects.com
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Company: Pani Networks

Pani Networks
Location: Open to all locations, United States

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