Golang / Go Job: Backend Developer


Backend Developer at Thisisnotourname

Gothenburg, Sweden   (Posted Aug 26 2015)
About the company
This.is.not.our.name. We develop new innovative payment solutions for mobile internet access. We create better payment experiences and help more people accessing mobile internet. We use cutting edge technologies within telecom, machine learning, big data, mobile apps and cloud infrastructure. Stealth mode until Q4 2015.

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

Job description
Thisisnotourname.com is now looking for a super talented and highly motivated backend developer with Golang as current main language to join our team.

What we can offer you?
*One of the most exiting startups within telecom right now
*A technically advanced platform with many inspiring challenges
*Modern tools/frameworks and no legacy solution to support
*Building a product that can help more people access mobile internet
*Very talented and skilled coworkers from various fields
*Agile development process, beer, lots of responsibility and everything else that comes with being a startup

Skills & requirements
What we are looking for:
*You are smart and solution oriented
*You don't accept no for an answer
*You have lots of programming experience and at least a year or two with Golang
*You have experience with TCP/IP/Networking (or at least is super eager to learn more)
*You are communicative and a team player
*Things we use: Golang, Cassandra, Spark, CoreOS, Docker, AWS, Ansible, Flannel, fleet, InfluxDB, Grafana, Linux + Linux kernel, C, Android, iOS, TCP/IP and much more...

Instructions how to apply
Send an email to hello@thisisnotourname.com and include CV + github (or similar). Write a few lines about why you are applying.
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Company: Thisisnotourname

Location: Gothenburg, Sweden

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