Golang / Go Job: Golang Unicorn


Armada IT Experts

Golang Unicorn at Armada IT Experts

Remote, Germany   (Posted Jan 31 2017)
About the company
We are a software development company offering programming services. We all work remote and all developers and project managers involved are freelancers.

Job position
Freelance - Remote work possible

Job description
We are looking for two experienced freelance golang developers. This cool job is 100% remote. We are creating an outstanding payment and billing backend for our customer to serve for his multiple websites and portals.

Must haves: experienced with golang - min 1. Year, MongoDB with golang, Modeling of NOSQL-DBs, Test driven Development with golang

We are paying €22/hour. You must be able to send invoices to our german company.

If you think "That's me", shoot us a message to kontakt@armada-it.net, add your CV and ideally link some golang related Github Repository you worked on. Or attach some of your code, if not public.

Please start your answer with "Golang is awesome", so we can disregard applicants who not read the description.

Skills & requirements
Must haves: experienced with golang - min 1. Year, MongoDB with golang, Modeling of NOSQL-DBs, Test driven Development with golang

Instructions how to apply
If you think "That's me", shoot us a message to kontakt@armada-it.net, add your CV and ideally link some golang related Github Repository you worked on. Or attach some of your code, if not public.

Please start your answer with "Golang is awesome", so we can disregard applicants who not read the description.
Company website: Armada IT Experts

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Company: Armada IT Experts

Armada IT Experts
Location: Remote, Germany

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