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Browse 12 Golang Fleet Jobs (10 new this week) in January 2022 at companies like Fleet, Fleet and ChartMogul with salaries from $100,000 to $200,000 working as a Backend (Go) Engineer, Software Engineer and DevOps Engineer. Last post

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Backend (Go) Engineer
Fleet
Remote (Americas timezones)
$100,000 to $180,000 a year
December 2021
16 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Let’s start with why we exist. 📡

Ever wondered if your employer is monitoring your work computer?

At Fleet, we think it’s time device management went open source.

Why should you join us? 🛸

  • Work from anywhere with good internet. (We’re 100% remote. No office. No commute.) Everyone works remote, but you don’t feel remote. There is no headquarters. You are free to travel and move.
  • Fleet can offer you a competitive salary, significant equity, and an independent, outsider-friendly culture. Work with helpful, kind, and motivated people who know what they’re doing.
  • At Fleet, we value focus, iteration, and meaningful results – not 60 hour work weeks. We are non-judgmental and laser-focused on growing the company.
  • Work closely with experienced, well-funded founders and a great team, including the people who created osquery and Sails. We care about openness and transparency.
  • Work computers can be private and safe. Help make endpoint monitoring less intrusive and more transparent.
  • Protect the production servers and employee laptops of Earth’s largest companies. Work on a product used by lots of people who care about what you do.
  • Fleet is growing quickly, with significant revenue from Fortune 1000 customers. You will have lots of opportunities to make decisions, learn, and try new things.

Responsibilities 🔭

Fleet’s server is written in Go with go-kit. Deployments range from single servers to over 100,000 osquery clients connected to horizontally scaled Fleet servers, handling tens of thousands of requests per minute. We aim to keep Fleet’s deployment as simple as possible to ease self-hosted deployment. MySQL and Redis are used for persistence and caching.

  • Design and implement new features and APIs with Go in Fleet’s 100% source-available codebase.
  • Profile and optimize the performance of the Fleet server (along with MySQL and Redis queries) to improve reliability and increase the upper limits of deployment sizes.
  • Work with Fleet’s product team, customers, and the wider open-source community to improve IT and security workflows.
  • Support customers and users using software you built at organizations you’ve heard of.

Are you our new teammate? 🧑‍🚀

  • Mid-level to senior engineering experience (4+ years) with backend or full-stack software engineering.
  • Experience building scalable, production quality servers.
  • Comfort with server and SQL performance profiling and optimization.
  • Experience with Redis and/or SQL databases. (Particularly MySQL or MariaDB.)
  • Experience building, deploying, and operating production web servers and APIs.
  • ⏰ Your work hours have significant overlap with Americas time zones.
  • 🗣️ You have great written and oral communication skills, especially in English.
  • 🔩 You are competent with source control in Git. You use issue trackers and other worthwhile processes to get more meaningful work done.
  • You can mentor other developers and do code reviews. Maybe you managed open source projects before; maybe you collaborated closely with more junior engineers at work. You understand the importance of promoting a positive engineering culture.
  • Bonus: Experience programming with Go and go-kit.
  • Bonus: Experience working with Mobile Device Management (MDM) APIs.
  • Bonus: Experience deploying/monitoring/managing containers with Docker/K8s.

See also our Chaos/Performance Engineer role.


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Software Engineer
Fleet
Remote
$120,000 to $200,000 a year
May 2021
2 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Let’s start with why we exist. 🧬

Fleet builds open source software to manage and secure computing infrastructure: employee laptops, cloud servers, and more. Our technology helps IT and security teams build trust within their organization, while getting their jobs done more effectively.

Fleet is an all-remote company with experienced founders, including two creators of popular open source projects and a compelling lead investor. Our business model is inspired by the success of GitLab and Elastic, and we have incredible early customers ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies with hundreds of thousands of endpoints.

What happens when you join us?

  • As the first senior engineering hire, this position offers huge potential for growth.
  • You will write significant open source code, merging commits in your first days at the company.
  • You will work closely with the CTO and CEO to define technical and product vision.
  • Over time, you will establish yourself as a leader in Fleet’s growing team and user community, whether through management or expert-level individual contributions.

Why should you join us?

  • Work from anywhere with good internet. (We’re 100% remote. No office. No commute.)
  • Help make endpoint monitoring less intrusive and more transparent.
  • Safeguard the production servers and employee laptops of Earth’s largest companies.
  • Build greenfield features and make key technical decisions that go live in days.
  • Most (if not all) of the code you write is public and highly visible at github.com/fleetdm/fleet.

Are you our new teammate?

  • You are competent with source control in Git. You have great written communication skills.
  • You can mentor other developers and do code reviews. Maybe you managed open source projects before; maybe you collaborated closely with more junior engineers at work.
  • You look forward to working with designers to improve the user experience of stuff you work on.
  • You bring senior talent to our team and open source community, with 4+ years of equivalent experience.
  • Nice to have: Experience working on an all-remote, distributed team.
  • Nice to have: Experience working in IT operations and/or cybersecurity.
  • Nice to have: Experience working with Mobile Device Management (MDM) APIs.
  • Nice to have: Experience deploying/monitoring/managing containers with Docker/K8s.

Engineering foundations

An ideal senior candidate has 4+ years equivalent experience in one or more of Fleet’s three engineering foundations (and interest in digging into the others). (See https://fleet-device-management.breezy.hr/p/da3e70892475 for more information on that.)

For now, let’s focus on Golang:

Fleet’s server is written in Go with go-kit. Deployments range from single servers to over 100,000 clients connected to horizontally scaled Fleet servers, handling tens of thousands of requests per minute. We aim to keep Fleet’s deployment as simple as possible to ease self-hosted deployment. MySQL and Redis are used for persistence and caching.

  • Experience building scalable, production quality servers.
  • Ability to recommend and implement backend testing patterns (E2E tests, etc.)
  • Familiarity with server and SQL performance profiling and optimization.
  • Familiarity with database migration strategies.
  • Nice to have: Experience programming with Go and go-kit.
  • Nice to have: Experience with Redis and/or MySQL.
  • Nice to have: Experience deploying and operating hosted SaaS services.
  • Nice to have: Experience working with Mobile Device Management (MDM) APIs.
  • Nice to have: Experience deploying/monitoring/managing containers with Docker/K8s

If you think you might be a fit for our team, we would love to meet you! Please introduce yourself, tell us a little bit about your Golang experience, and let’s talk!

Sincerely,

CTO Zach Wasserman (osquery) and CEO Mike McNeil (Sails.js)


Interview Process

After sending us your application, please keep an eye out for an email from Mike McNeil (CEO) or Zach Wasserman (CTO). We will respond and move as quickly as possible.

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DevOps Engineer
ChartMogul
Remote (Europe) / Berlin, Germany
€40,000 to €60,000 a year
September 2021
14 Applicants This Week

Job Description

ChartMogul Engineering is well on its journey to fully embrace a DevOps-driven culture!

Our DevOps team builds the infrastructure, processes, and tools necessary to release, monitor, and manage our applications with high velocity and efficiency in a modern cloud-native environment. We value automation, self-service, and empowerment of product engineering to manage our codebase from development to production.

By joining our team, you will play a significant role in supporting our growing architecture, working with edge cloud technologies, and implementing innovative solutions for our products. As with many young companies, your responsibilities may evolve. Here are some of the things we expect you to take on as a DevOps Engineer:

  • End-to-end ownership of everything related to the infrastructure that keeps ChartMogul alive and running, including running daily operations of our infrastructure on AWS
  • Collaborate with the product engineering teams and the various service support teams in engineering (QA, AppSec, Data Engineering) in service of maintaining, building, and improving our underlying systems so that they are highly available, scalable and performant
  • Actively contribute to improving our systems and evolve our infrastructure: flawless CI/CD pipelines, Kubernetes deployments, containers monitoring, automation with infrastructure as code, GitOps, reliability on AWS cloud
  • Join our constant efforts to meet and overcome standards for information security and compliance; ensuring our customer data is as safe as possible is our top priority
  • Proactively identify and validate areas of improvement as necessary by using the best tool available for a given case and constantly researching and evaluating industry trends that fit ChartMogul’s needs

Our Tech Stack

We run a combination of Kubernetes clusters and a fleet of Linux machines for our Rails stack, along with multiple microservices backed up by PostgreSQL databases and a Redis datastore. Our legacy infrastructure is running on AWS EKS (Kubernetes and containers).

Technologies from our stack: AWS, Kubernetes on EKS, Docker, Terraform, SaltStack, DataDog, Nginx, Redis, PostgreSQL, Sidekiq, Redis, Ruby/Rails, Go, JS (BackboneJS, VueJS), Rust, Linux, Bash

Job requirements

Professionally

  • 2 years of professional experience as a DevOps / SRE / Systems Engineer
  • Hands-on experience with high traffic production infrastructure
  • Strong knowledge of Linux and computer networking
  • Experience with AWS cloud and services
  • Experience with configuration management systems
  • Experience with managing and monitoring databases
  • Next to speaking English fluently, you can understand and translate business requirements into clearly articulated technology solutions

Nice to have

  • Understanding the cloud ecosystem in modern software development: Infrastructure as Code, Immutable infrastructure, git, CI/CD pipelines, containers, serverless, monitoring
  • Experience with Docker and Kubernetes
  • Experience with PostgreSQL databases and RDS
  • Hands-on production experience with CloudFormation or Terraform on AWS cloud

Behaviourally

  • Clear and precise communications, especially when working under the pressure of a production failure and/or incident affecting our users
  • You’re passionate about the DevOps culture and keep up with news and technologies in the cloud, networking, Linux, and open-source area
  • You’re eager to learn, contribute to design and architecture decisions, and inspire change
  • You value automation; you are eager to spend a bit more time automating things that require more than one manual trigger

What is it like to work at ChartMogul?

  • You’ll join the adventures of an early-stage company and experience what it means to have an incredibly impactful job
  • You’ll become part of a team of nice, awesome, and highly dedicated people who all have the same mission: Helping companies build better businesses
  • Flexible hours with healthy work-life balance
  • All employees, including contractors, receive sick days, paid holiday days, and paternity leave
  • You’ll receive a great salary pack (market or upmarket)!

Application Process

  1. Application is reviewed
  2. Introductory + technical call with our DevOps Engineer
  3. Final interview with our Head of Engineering
  4. Reference checks
  5. Offer

This is a full-time remote position. Please note that we are only able to consider applicants who are eligible to work in the EU at this time.


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Senior Golang Engineer
90PoE
Remote
€70,000 to €90,000 a year
May 2021
1 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Maritime Excellence through Digital Intelligence:

90PoE’s goal is to revolutionise shipping by creating a suite of comprehensive software for the maritime industry. Our journey begins now. Over the next couple of years, our teams will build more than 30 products from the ground up. This includes everything from global vessel tracking to vessel performance analysis, crew optimisation and so much more.

The Role

90PoE’s mission is big. It’s not going to be easy but with the support and determination from our stakeholders and the brilliant people we have hired we can achieve anything. Right now, we’re seeking an experienced senior data engineer to help the Vessel Performance Stream. This is crucial role for one of the most innovative streams of the company. You will interact closely with the other data engineers and data scientists to take effective architectural and technical choices for high throughput data stream systems. This is an incredible opportunity to help innovate the maritime industry to increase vessel and fleet performance with the help of AI and real time metrics collected on board.

Technology

Our platform ingests data directly from our hardware running on vessels, as well as various third-party sources, using various technologies such as Kafka, MQTT, REST, gRPC, and normalises it for processing by our bespoke micro-batch engine.

Platform overview

Our tech stack consists of multiple client applications communicating using GraphQL to microservice containers orchestrated by Kubernetes. Most of our services are written in Golang with stream processing in Golang and Java, they use gRPC for communication, achieve high scalability thanks to Apache Kafka based event driven architecture, persist data to a mix of RDBS and No-SQL databases including Postgres, MongoDB, Cassandra, Redis, S3 and Elasticsearch. We use CI/CD and gitops to deploy to production multiple times per week.

What’s in for you

90PoE is a growing company, championing real change in the maritime industry. This is an exciting and challenging opportunity to apply cutting-edge technology to revolutionising an iconic industry.

You will demonstrate our values, strive for excellence, engage and motivate those around you and be accountable for your contribution to the team’s priorities.

  • Disrupting a century old industry in a startup environment
  • Fix global scale issues through cloud technologies and AI
  • Opportunity to grow and develop your core skills
  • Work with a diverse multicultural team in an agile environment
  • Opportunity to work with latest cutting-edge technologies
  • Variety of knowledge sharing and self-development opportunities
  • Be paid for speaking at public events
  • Competitive salary and bonuses
  • Possibility to work remotely from UK and Europe

Requirements

  • In depth technical knowledge of backend languages and technologies: Golang
  • Proficient in designing and building event driven systems
  • Practical experience with Postgres, Cassandra and Redis
  • Able to design clean software systems
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Able to identify ways to improve data reliability, efficiency and quality
  • Experience in basic data analysis: SQL/CQL
  • Proven experience in delivering complex systems to production
  • Deep understanding of database technologies and designing data intensive applications
  • Familiar with Java programs and concepts
  • Experience in data analysis techniques
  • Comfortable with bash scripting and docker
  • Familiar with SOLID, DDD, hexagonal architecture
  • Able to optimise data pipelines, time-series and other systems to perform at scale
  • Able to deploy systems with zero down time

With great powers come great responsibilities:

  • Be accountable for data pipeline design, building and deployment
  • Support the team during product releases to production, to ensure successful smooth deployment

It would be great if you have:

  • Practical experience with Kafka and Kafka Streams Java libraries
  • Engineering experience to understand the underpinning physics and mathematics of pipeline calculations
  • Experience with Spark/Flink
  • AWS stack experience
  • Ability to perform basic DevOps tasks
  • Ability to understand Python software: our data scientists use Jupyter Notebooks
  • Understanding of statistics

Perks & Benefits

Benefits

  • We offer a competitive financial package which includes a competitive salary, company bonus scheme, employee referral scheme, a contributory pension and a travel to work loan
  • We have a positive attitude to flexible working, a competitive annual holiday allowance, cycle to work scheme, supportive family polices and discounted gym membership
  • We have a culture of which we are proud, a highly skilled and diverse workforce as well as impressive offices in central London and Kiev

For more information about 90POE check out our website https://openocean.studio/ Or our company video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZ89Ps0VB_M If you would like to join our team and be part of this exciting journey, please get in touc

Interview Process

Follow is the interview process: * Phone screen * Tech Test * Cultural Interview * Technical Interview

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Software Engineer
Flock Safety
Atlanta, GA, USA / Remote (USA)
$100,000 to $140,000 a year
April 2021
3 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Help us eliminate non-violent crime, one community at a time

Want to help build a company that’s improving our cities, solving crime, and protecting the privacy of individual citizens? Do you want to create the technology to make this possible?

Flock Safety exists to eliminate crime from our communities. We believe that safety starts, not when you enter your home or even your property, but when you enter your community. We are stronger when we all work together, and that’s why Flock Safety developed technology specifically designed to help private citizens and local law enforcement work together to stop crime.

Flock is currently at an inflection point where people who join now will have a career defining opportunity. We are growing and well funded by top tier VCs: Initialized Capital, YCombinator, Matrix Partners, Bedrock Capital, and Founders Fund.

About the opportunity

This role falls in our Delivery Experience team, a newly formed small team for making our hardware as a service model a delightful customer experience. We build the software to ensure customers have cameras installed in optimal locations and any maintenance is a positive touchpoint.

Some challenges you’ll tackle

  • Own features across the entire stack: backend, frontend, data stores – the whole shebang (#!)
  • Build internal workflows to manage our fleet of cameras at scale - We process over 20M images daily in real time
  • Collaborate with Machine Learning and Hardware teams on multifaceted projects
  • Work directly with Product to understand user needs and scope solutions
  • Assess new technologies as needed for a task and make decisions balancing technical need and business impact

About You

  • Love writing code and have extensive experience doing so.
  • Motivated by taking an unknown problem, sinking your teeth in, and coming up with a plan of attack.
  • Desire to grow your role and have a direct influence on the growth of a young company.
  • Interested in all aspects of the business, from direction to office space.
  • Excited about working on a fast-paced, constantly evolving product.
  • Able to crack a joke every now and then, even if you’re the only one who laughs.

Our Tech

If you noticed, the above list says very little about specific coding skills. We believe the right person for this role is much more than a great engineer. But to get into the nitty gritty, currently our stack looks like:

  • Typescript (Node) web services with a bit of Scala and Go (Golang) in there as well as needed
  • React on the frontend, but also some mix of plain ole HTML, CSS (bootstrap), and Javascript (jQuery + KnockoutJS) as needed
  • Swift(iOS) or Kotlin(Android) for mobile apps
  • Postgres DB, but occasionally Redis or DynamoDB (use the right tool for the job)
  • Kubernetes, Docker
  • AWS (SQS, S3, etc)

Why join the Flock?

When you join the Flock, you are joining a diverse team of passionate, ambitious, intelligent people that put team over self. We offer competitive salary, benefits, and the opportunity to grow your career at a fast-paced, high growth start up. We genuinely care about the well-being of our employees both in and out of the office and understand the importance of work/life balance. We’d love for you to join us in the fight to eliminate crime, one neighborhood at a time.


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Senior Software Engineer
GreyNoise Intelligence
Washington D.C. / Remote
$100,000 to $140,000 a year
February 2021
1 Applicants This Week

Job Description

About GreyNoise

There are hundreds of cybersecurity companies telling their users what to worry about. GreyNoise is the only cybersecurity company telling users what not to worry about.

GreyNoise is an early-stage cybersecurity product company trusted by security teams all over the world. Our thousands of free users and dozens of enterprise customers use our products to:

  • Understand the Internet
  • Reduce drag in the Security Operations Center (SOC)
  • Provide insights on opportunistic threats

Every day any given SOC has hundreds or thousands of alerts to investigate. GreyNoise takes a data-driven approach to making the SOC team more efficient from within the products they are already using.

We operate a large network of passive collector sensors in hundreds of data centers geographically distributed all around the world. These sensors collect and analyze “Internet Background Noise” which is converted into useful insights and made accessible to our web interface and integrations.

In other words, GreyNoise is like noise canceling headphones for security teams; we tell our customers what not to worry about by eliminating pointless alerts generated by devices all around the Internet.

We won’t stop until GreyNoise is a ubiquitous name in the security community.

What You Will Do

  • Build and maintain a system trusted by thousands of individuals and organizations that processes millions of events per hour
  • Often be in the driver seat and lead projects from inception to delivery
  • Contribute to addressing unsolved problems in cybersecurity, data analytics, and threat intelligence
  • Help us launch 1 new feature a month in 2021
  • Increase the throughput of fellow engineers using technical constructs such as frameworks, SDKs, and code generators
  • Collaborate with other cross-functional teams (product, sales, biz ops, etc.) to drive critical strategic projects
  • Play an important role in the collection, ingestion, and representation of GreyNoise data
  • Maintain an ephemeral fleet of hundreds of Internet-facing servers
  • Join the on-call rotation and help us improve our monitoring and alerting system

A Few of Our Engineering Principles

  • Readability of code is judged by the reviewer, not the author
  • Tech is cheap, don’t be afraid to throw it away
  • Write tests to ensure stability and trust in the system
  • Don’t be afraid to change anything that already exists
  • Slow is smooth and smooth is fast
  • Distinguish internal customers from external customers
  • Technical compromises are good
  • Utility and adoption are factored into the success criteria of all prototypes

What You Should Bring

5+ years of production software engineering experience, especially with:

  • Golang or Python (advanced knowledge required)
  • In-depth understanding of TCP/IP stack
  • Working on an SLA SaaS-based product
  • IaC and CI/CD frameworks
  • Software test design and testing methodologies
  • Building tools, code generators, and frameworks to increase the throughput of other engineers
  • RPC, event-driven patterns, and REST microservices patterns
  • Operating and maintaining production systems in a public cloud environment
  • Working on high volume SQL/NoSQL data stores
  • Customer support and/or OSS community support to help work with our 7,000+ members community

Nice to Haves

  • A high interest in distributed systems and the intricacies of the Internet
  • Familiarity with streaming and batch frameworks
  • Familiarity or interest in Internet mass scanning or honeypots

Benefits

  • Equity in a high-growth, seed stage startup
  • Remote-first culture
  • Unlimited paid time off
  • Medical, Dental, Life, Vision Insurance
  • 401k program
  • Equipment budget
  • Learning and development budget
  • Great swag that you actually want to wear

GreyNoise Culture

The hallmark of any great company is a palpable and viscous culture. The most important pillars of our culture are as follows:

  • Be transparent
  • Empathize deeply with the customer
  • Pain can teach us everything
  • Be clinical
  • Be honest about the good and the bad
  • Compromise is good and necessary
  • Identify what matters, ignore everything else
  • Be scrappy
  • No such thing as a million dollar idea, only million dollar execution
  • Be better than the day before

Our (work-in-progress) longform culture document.

Explainability

Any security product that is a “black box” that asks you to blindly trust it should raise red flags - we believe the same is true of your place of work. We obviously think GreyNoise is doing something unique, but don’t take our word for it - ask any of our over 50 enterprise customers, investors, thousands of happy users, or dozens of journalists who have cited GreyNoise over the past few years.

Why you should work at GreyNoise

  • You enjoy identifying and solving hard problems
  • You are comfortable taking an idea from concept to customer
  • You are open to both explaining your stance and questioning others in a clinical, open-minded, and respectful manner
  • You want to directly impact users
  • You want to grow beyond your current skill set

Why you shouldn’t work at GreyNoise

  • You need well defined processes and responsibilities
  • You prefer solving problems on your own instead of with a team
  • You like knowing exactly what to expect day-to-day
  • You don’t want to get your hands dirty
  • You want to be the smartest person in the room

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Generalist Software Engineer
Fotokite
Zurich, Switzerland
Fr60,000 to Fr120,000 a year
January 2021
3 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Fotokite is a fast-paced, growing company specializing in aerial robotics. To continue pushing the boundaries of situational awareness tools in firefighting and first responder markets, we are seeking software engineers to help with internal and customer-facing software development.

We are looking to expand the team with generalist software engineers that bring dedication and fresh ideas in the areas of web development, cloud computing, system/network engineering, and data pipelines / data science. Our culture values versatile engineers that are willing to show initiative and tackle problems across the full stack.

Responsibilities

  • Design and implement real-time video streaming infrastructure at the core of our situational awareness system
  • Maintain and improve our data collection and processing infrastructure
  • Implement novel UIs to simplify the work of firefighters
  • Enhance our simulated and physical testing framework to provide a reliable product to our customers
  • Provide code review and guidance in your areas of expertise
  • Collaborate with other teams such as embedded, flight control, UI/UX

Requirements

  • Good understanding of networking principles
  • Solid knowledge of Linux
  • Experience building applications using Javascript, Python, Go, C++ or related languages
  • Experience with 1 or more of the following:
    • Web development / React
    • Video streaming technologies (RTP and similar)
    • Real time low latency networking protocols (websockets, webRTC)
    • Abstractions typical of the major cloud providers (GCP, AWS)
    • Single board computers (ARM based)
    • Fleet automation / orchestration
    • Embedded Linux (yocto, buildroot)
    • Package management and distribution
    • Network routing

Fotokite is hiring for full or part time positions, both entry and senior level, onsite at our HQ at Zurich, Switzerland.

We are looking forward to your CV (English only, please)!


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Software Engineer (Full Stack)
Expel
Remote
$124,000 to $136,000 a year
November 2020
5 Applicants This Week

Job Description

You enjoy writing code, but in the back of your mind you’re always wondering: what problem does this solve? Who will be using this software and how will this make their work easier? You are fascinated by how your software is used and how it can be improved. You like to dive into the end users’ workflows to make them as seamless as possible. Because it’s not just about the code, it’s about the results.

You’ve found that having a robust, automated test suite frees the team to take on refactoring efforts with confidence, knowing that the system you’ve built won’t let you deploy broken software even if you try. You believe that collaborating with others makes it so that everyone learns, you build a better product, and you can sleep at night and go on vacation with the assurance that what you’ve constructed is stable.

Through the technology this team develops and runs, we’re making onboarding of security tech unexpectedly simple for customers. We’re also empowering our customer success team to onboard and maintain the fleet of our customers’ security devices, while being fully transparent with our customers with what we’re doing.

If this sounds like you, then we believe you’ll love our team, and we’d love to talk to you!

What Expel Can Do For You

  • Give you complicated, real world problems on which to use your skills and experience
  • Develop your expertise in current technologies like Kubernetes, Kafka, Postgres, EmberJS and Go
  • Increase your exposure to the information security space and security products
  • Experience a growing, highly open startup environment

What You Can Do For Expel

  • Expand the core security device onboarding infrastructure our customers and analysts rely on 24 x 7
  • Make sure our customer support staff have the tools that they need to fix problems with the array of customer security devices when they come up
  • Enthusiastically reinforce our belief in good software engineering practice including code reviews and automated testing
  • Add your viewpoint to our engineering culture (and especially this small team)
  • Adapt to changes of direction because, hey, startup life!

What You Should Bring With You

  • A desire and ability to constantly learn and improve yourself and your work products
  • The ability to communicate and work effectively with others
  • A track record of building maintainable systems in Linux environments
  • Proficiency with at least one JavaScript framework (we use EmberJS but experience with another framework is valid)
  • Proficiency with Go 
  • Ideally: familiarity with cloud environments
  • 3+ years of full-stack development experience

How We Run This Team

  • We build and run teams where everyone is pulling in the same direction and is learning from each other:
  • We work out of a shared backlog
  • We peer-review everything
  • We pair-program when it makes sense
  • We do weekly blame-free retros to reinforce what’s going well, so we do more of it, and surface what’s not, so we can do something about it.

Additional Notes

At Expel, our employee benefits reflect our commitment to our crew. Unlimited PTO, equity for everyone, work location flexibility, up to 24 weeks of parental leave, and excellent health benefits are some of the ways we care for our Expletives.

Our headquarters is in Herndon, Virginia, however our team is fully remote, and we have full support for remote interaction. We realize that while there is benefit to in-person interaction, good people don’t all live in Northern Virginia.

We’re only hiring those authorized to work in the United States.

We’re an Equal Opportunity Employer: You will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability.

We’ll ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please let us know if you need accommodation of any kind.


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Platform Engineer
Popsa
London, United Kingdom
£50,000 to £70,000 a year
July 2019
1 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Popsa is a design-led, engineering focussed company that uses machine learning to help people rediscover their best experiences and turn them into beautiful printed products.

We grew about 500% in 2018 and we’re now shipping over half a million photos a week to 50 countries around the world.

This position is a great opportunity for experienced software engineers with a background in the likes of Go, Python, PHP or Node.js looking to apply their existing skillset and learn and use Go in a production environment.

Our Platform Technology Stack

  • Most of our backend code is written in Go with some Python and Node.js used where they’re the right tool for the job.
  • We’re entirely hosted on AWS and make extensive use of many of their services (over 30 at last count!)
  • 15+ containerised microservices running in ECS (we’re open to exploring moving to Kubernetes in the future if appropriate). Our services talk protocol buffers over HTTP and are discovered with Consul.
  • Dozens of event driven serverless functions running on Lambda, some running as APIs behind API Gateway and others as Step Functions
  • Dockerised batch compute workflows
  • NoSQL databases (predominantly DynamoDB and ElasticSearch)
  • Serverless analytics data lake backed by S3 using Athena (PrestoDB)
  • Terraform and Serverless Framework to manage our infrastructure as code

Read more about our platform technology stack here.

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You and the Role

This is a central role and the work you’ll be doing will touch every aspect of the business. The Popsa platform doesn’t just power our mobile apps, but numerous internal business applications and custom integrations with our industrial print partners (some of this runs on a fleet of Raspberry PIs!), as well as a burgeoning data platform which will feed further into our growth strategies.

Our Head of Engineering Alex likes to describe our platform as an iceberg - the bit customers encounter is just the tip above the water - underneath is a dynamic event-driven structure that enables us to be a lean business that can iterate and experiment rapidly.

You will gain a unique perspective of a high growth business and have an opportunity to shape the landscape of our backend APIs, data pipelines and strategies, infrastructure automation and many more engineering goals.

You Should Apply If

  • You’re impact driven and eager to have a real positive impact on the company, product, users and very importantly your colleagues as well
  • You have a self-starter mindset; you proactively identify issues and opportunities and tackle them without being told to do so
  • You’re keen to learn more about and play around with new technologies
  • What we’re doing here at Popsa excites you!

Desired skill set:

  • Strong competency with a language such as Go or Python; the majority of the Platform backend is written in Go, but we’re flexible and you’ll have the opportunity to learn on the job as well as making use of your existing skillset.
  • You structure code for scalability, performance and testing
  • Experience writing and consuming RESTful and RPC APIs; you’ll be designing and building new APIs for our mobile and web clients and integrating with new partners and suppliers
  • You know and appreciate automated testing
  • Experience with Linux-based operating systems
  • Experience with container technologies
  • Production database experience, bonus points for experience with both SQL and NoSQL databases

Bonus:

  • Experience of continuous integration and continuous deployment
  • Experience with AWS services such as EC2, ECS, DynamoDB, S3, SNS, SQS and Lambda, as well as tools such as Terraform and Serverless
  • Experience designing, building and managing distributed event-driven * services
  • Knowledge or experience of data engineering; tooling, processes, architectures, libraries

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Go Software Engineer - Multi Robots
Stanleey Robotics
Paris, France
€38,000 to €55,000 a year
May 2019
2 Applicants This Week
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Job Description

The Company

Stanley Robotics is a highly ambitious robotics start-up launched in January 2015. Set to revolutionise the car-parking world with an automated valet service, our robots can move any vehicle. Already seeing strong growth with several key accounts (car parking providers), Stanley Robotics has raised equity from big name investors and is rolling out in 2019 several large-scale projects.

We are based in the centre of Paris, in the 11th arrondissement.

Your Role Within the “Multi robot” team, you will be in charge of contributing to the development of the fleet management software :

  • To implement multi-robot management solutions;
  • To ensure maintainability and industrialisation of the code;
  • To develop an integration test simulator.

Your Profile

  • Master’s degree in computer science or equivalent. We accept autodidacts.
  • Good knowledge of Go;
  • Basic knowledge of multi-agent programming;
  • Basic knowledge of software architecture;
  • Professional level of English proficiency;
  • Desire to work as part of a team: the overall success of the group is more important than your individual success;
  • Comfortable working in the less formal context of a startup business.

What we offer

  • Fast-paced and flexible environment
  • Possibility of working from home (1 day a week)
  • Meal vouchers
  • Private healthcare
  • Transportation stipend
  • Transparent salary policy
  • Stock options (BSPCE)
  • Tell us why you think you are the right person for this position.

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