Golang / Go Job: Backend Developer


Stream.io

Backend Developer at Stream.io

Amsterdam, Netherlands   (Posted Nov 2 2016)
About the company
Stream is a small, talented group of people who are passionate about innovating on an incredible product. We care about each aspect of product development, whether it’s design, data-science, development or the monitoring on our servers. Our Amsterdam office is located in the WeWork space just 10 minutes from Amsterdam Central Station and Amstel Station. It's a beautiful location with many amenities, including snacks, beverages, and beer!

Job position
Permanent - Remote work is NOT possible

Job description
Stream is looking for an exceptionally skilled and experienced backend developer to work on Stream's core API technology. Your are comfortable building programs with both Python and Go. You will work on making our API service faster, more scalable, improve our analytics service and help our data science team with personalization. Part of your job will be rewriting part of our existing stack to perform orders of magnitude faster.

Skills & requirements
SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS

- Bachelor’s degree or above in Computer Science or prior engineering experience
- Experience building complex high performance software
- You are fluent with Python and Go
- Comfortable with Django / Celery stack
- In-depth experience with SQL database (Postgresql / Mysql)
- Memcached / Redis
- Dedication to test driven development

BONUS POINTS

- Experience with AWS
- Experience with NoSQL databases
- Machine learning and data analysis experience (preferably in Python)
- Experience with Erlang / Elixir / Akka
- Experience working on open source projects

Instructions how to apply
Send an email to tommaso@getstream.io
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Company: Stream.io

Stream.io
@getstream_io
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

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