Golang / Go Profile: Technical Architect and Senior Software Engineer

Technical Architect and Senior Software Engineer - Golang, Cassandra, SOA, Distributed Systems, RabbitMQ/NSQ

Located in: 🇺🇸 United States › Wisconsin › Beloit
Looking for: Freelance - Can work remotely

-Technical architect with over 12 years experience in software engineering
-Concurrent systems with Go, service oriented architectures and messaging systems, design of distributed systems
-Active member of the open source community, director of Golang UK Conference, PHP London user group and PHP UK Conference.

Notable recent projects
-Songkick.com - designed and implemented new micro-SOA which has sold millions of dollars in concert tickets worldwide (Golang, Cassandra, RabbitMQ)
-Hailo - designed and implemented new micro-SOA based data platform providing real time and trend analysis of over 15k data points per second (Golang, NSQ, Redshift)

Go, PHP, Cassandra, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Amazon Redshift, AWS, Apache, nginx, NSQ, RabbitMQ, ZeroMQ, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, object oriented software design, web services, scalable architectures, project management, scrum, agile software development practices

What I look for
I am looking for a part time or full time freelance or contract role writing mainly golang and working with databases and queue systems. I specialise in distributed systems, service oriented architectures and high availability solutions. I can also offer consulting services on any of these technologies to your organisation if you'd like help designing a distributed or highly available system. Please have a look through my Linkedin profile to see more about the projects and technologies I have experience with and feel free to contact me with any questions.
Looking for just remote work for the time being. Prefer permanent remote work but would be able to relocate (USA or Europe) after Q2 2016 for the right position. I am authorised to work in both USA and EU without a visa.

How to contact me

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