Golang / Go Job: Golang + Google App Engine Developer (Project based)


Golang + Google App Engine Developer (Project based) at Alegrium

Jakarta, Indonesia 🇮🇩   (Posted Feb 24 2016)
About the company
Same investor with Alegrium but will do very special business model.

Job position
Freelance - Remote work possible

Job description
We are startup in Jakarta Indonesia. We have same investor with Alegrium.com

We need developer who already proficient in Google App Engine and or Google Compute Engine with GO LANGUAGE.

We are building platform to fetch social media posts and create our own video hosting (like vimeoo.com or private youtube.com)

we are only offering part-time / freelance work EXCEPT you already live in Jakarta-Indonesia.

Skills & requirements
GoLang, HTML + CSS, GAE / GCE

Instructions how to apply
Please send email your excellent project using Go in GAE/GCE to alangghya@gmail.com with your quotation.

Note : we need ASAP
Company website: Alegrium

Let them know you found the job via https://www.golangprojects.com
(Companies love to know what recruiting strategies that works)
 

Company: Alegrium


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