Golang / Go Job: Full Stack Engineer - Golang, Angular.Js, Postgres


Trommelo

Full Stack Engineer - Golang, Angular.Js, Postgres at Trommelo

Oakland, Ca, California, United States 🇺🇸   (Posted Feb 3 2016)

Job position
Temporary - Remote work possible

Job description
We work with recruiting software that uses web-sockets to run job competitions. Recruiters can add timed questions to their scheduled tests. Candidates can take the job competitions together and are stack ranked based on their speed and correctness.

Skills & requirements
Minimum 2-3 Years of GoLang, Angular.JS, Postgres.

Instructions how to apply
Email your resume to rob@trommelo.com
Company website: Trommelo

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