Golang / Go Job: Senior Backend Engineer


Daily Burn

Senior Backend Engineer at Daily Burn

New York, New York, United States   (Posted Aug 8 2017)
About the company
DailyBurn is a leading fitness brand and builds products to help people get fit and live a sustainable healthy lifestyle. Our focus is on high quality streaming workout content, we produce and distribute all our content on demand and also offer a live daily workout.

Job position
Permanent

Job description
Daily Burn is looking for a senior developer to join our backend team. This team is responsible for API’s fronting core business logic, payments, video streaming (both on demand and live) and all backend processes. Our primary backend language is Go however a lot of our API business logic lives in a Rails web app.

We're a small/mid-sized company of ~45 people our development team is 15 and a mix of backend, frontend, mobile and QA.

Our tech stack is a Rails web app powering most of our API, golang for backend services, React.js web front end and native apps for iOS, tvOS, Android, Kindle, FireTV and Roku.
If you have an interest in the health and fitness industry and/or consumer software that is where our focus lies.

Skills & requirements
* 4+ years backend development experience
* Extensive experience designing and building web backends
* Bachelors Degree in Computer Science or other technical field
* Experience with Ruby/Rails or an equivalent web development framework
* Experience with Go a plus

Instructions how to apply
Email paul@dailyburn.com to apply include "Golang Projects" in the subject line
Company website: Daily Burn

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

Daily Burn
@dailyburn
Location: New York, New York, United States

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