Senior Backend Engineer at Agrarian Labs
Austin, Texas, United States (Posted Nov 8 2016)
- Remote work is NOT possible
A small vibrant startup in agriculture is searching for a front-end developer in our office in Austin, TX.
Agrarian Labs does business intelligence for farmers. By bringing automated data collection to farmers with our product, Leaf, we enable them to increase yields, individual employee productivity, and scale to larger levels. Our goal is to make a seamless experience when using Leaf remotely or in the field, and to move the world towards agriculture that is more efficient, and where farms are easier to manage.
Our mission is to empower farmers to achieve environmental and financial sustainability. We are going to do this by building the best software company in the agriculture industry.
Our team was created to develop a business intelligence platform for a large farming operations and agriculture service providers. That platform rests on a foundation of automated in-field tracking that provides a layer of content unparalleled in farming. The Leaf platform will drive our mission by connecting IoT and 3rd party API farming solutions all in one place.
Our office is currently located in TechRanch (http://techranchaustin.com/). The location helps avoid the traffic going to downtown Austin.
Below is part of our technology stack:
Backend: Go + Docker + AWS ( we have a microservices architecture)
Frontend: React + Redux
You'll be working with talented engineers including the first core developer for Docker (https://github.com/creack). We also host the North Austin Golang Meetup in Austin (http://www.meetup.com/North-Austin-Golang-Meetup/).
We are looking for senior level engineers who are willing to work in Austin, TX.
Our salaries are competitive. We have a very flexible work schedule and we promise to enhance your career while you are with us.
Skills & requirements
Instructions how to apply
Please send a resume and/or a github link to firstname.lastname@example.org
Company website: Agrarian Labs
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