Application Developer at Container Solutions
Amsterdam, Netherlands (Posted Jun 21 2016)
About the company
We are looking for engineers who want to join a supportive, relaxed and experimental environment where they can express their skills. Container Solutions is a premium software consultancy & research company that focuses on programmable infrastructure. We encourage entrepreneurial people; in the last year several projects that started in Container Solutions grew as independent companies.
We offer good salary, unlimited budget for books, holiday when you need it and for how many days you need it, yoga classes on site, free lunch, office in the center of Amsterdam.
- Remote work is NOT possible
Relocation compensation available
Application developers at Container Solutions write applications, typically using the microservice architecture. They do this in close conjunction with system engineers, with whom they form no-ops engineering teams. Application developers at Container Solutions write applications for drones, e-commerce, big data and data science as well as and for IoT devices.
Take a look at our blog to get familiar with the projects & apps we develop: http://container-solutions.com/blog
Skills & requirements
Applicants should love developing and they’ve probably been doing it for a while already (prefferably with some golang experience). They should have an affinity with the open source community. They must also like working in small iterations, working closely with our designers to bring ideas to life. Fans of Scrum need not apply.
Specifically, application developers at Container Solutions are expected to:
Write applications complete with automated unit and systems tests.
Fully automate their build systems.
Work with end-users to work out requirements.
Engage in rapid prototyping to verify or discard ideas and requirements.
Share their knowledge at conferences and within the company.
Instructions how to apply
Just send a CV/Resume or your Linkedin profile and we'll take it from there.
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