Golang / Go Job: Golang Developer need to build a Facebook bot so knowledge of Wit.ai and API.ai as well as bot building processes would be advantageous!


Golang Developer need to build a Facebook bot so knowledge of Wit.ai and API.ai as well as bot building processes would be advantageous! at SOLA Technology

Soho, London, United Kingdom   (Posted Mar 27 2017)
About the company
Startup in the hospitality industry looking to change the world through good architecture and idiomatic code. Small team based in London of front end devs, python devs, a UX'er, and a data scientist

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible

Job description
An exciting "bleeding edge" startup based in Soho, is looking for an excellent Golang developer who can work remotely but must be able to visit London every two weeks for sprint planning meetings.

The aim is to help the startup improve processes and optimisation within the hospitality industry, through building a Facebook bot that will help customers make reservations online.

Plan, design, build and implement idomatic Go code. High quality must be maintained through code review practices, automated testing and good architecture.

Work collaboratively with a team of front end and python devs.

Skills & requirements
Substantial experience using Golang
Embrace idiomatic API design and separation of concerns
Comfortable with Git, unit-testing and continuous integration (CI)
Comfortable with PostgreSQL
Experienced in AWS
Familiar with Wit.ai / API.ai and bot building processes

Instructions how to apply
Please email your CV or any questions you have to claire.hynes@solagroup.com
Company website: SOLA Technology

Let them know you found the job via http://www.golangprojects.com
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Company: SOLA Technology

SOLA Technology
@claire_SOLA
Location: Soho, London, United Kingdom

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