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Senior Engineer Data Retrieval
source{d}
Madrid, Spain / Remote
€49,000 to €53,000 a year
July 2019
2 Applicants This Week
This job posting is no longer available

Job Description

At source{d} we are building the technology stack for the next generation of Machine Learning powered developer tools. We are an open-core company built around our Open Source projects.

We have raised over ten million USD so far, and we are currently growing our team.

This is a remote position however can also be based from our Madrid office.

All remote applicants must be based between the San Fransico and Moscow Timezones

Responsibilities

  • Writing robust and maintainable backend code.
  • Designing new features.
  • Maintain our projects and improve its stability.
  • Supporting internal stakeholders.
  • Supporting our open source community.

Requirements

  • Strong backend coding skills in, at least, two languages.
  • Good algorithmic problem-solving skills.
  • Experience with performance optimization or scaling in volume of data.
  • Strong Linux skills.
  • Experience creating public APIs (REST, gRPC or equivalent).

Preferred Requirements

  • Experience with Linux storage and networking.
  • Experience with distributed systems.
  • Experience with distributed storage.

Team

The Data Retrieval team is developing source{d}'s data retrieval pipelines that synchronize and provide access to any number of code repositories. Written mostly in Go, it aims to be robust, friendly, flexible and capable of running on large-scale distributed clusters over petabytes of data.

We at source{d} seek to be at the heart of any project related to source code. Thus, this core tool is used both in-house for building source{d}'s unique global scale open dataset of +60M code repositories for cutting-edge Machine Learning research, as well as used by our customers to ingest git repositories to their source code processing clusters.

  • Good knowledge of Linux, storage, networking and distributed computing is important.
  • You will be expected to have strong backend coding skills in at least two languages, and very good algorithmic problem-solving skills. Skill at programming in Go is not required but will be highly appreciated. We strongly believe it can be learned by any skilled developer, and we care much more about our team's mindset and prior experience than specific language skills.

Culture

  • source{d} is a company for developers by developers. We firmly believe in always doing what's best for the individual developer in the community. Our team consists of members who are passionate about programming. To understand our culture better, read more about it here.
  • At the moment, we are 35+ people from 10 different countries working closely together from our office in Madrid. We are more than happy to sponsor you a visa and guide you and your family through the whole process if you decide to come to work from our office, but you may also choose to work remotely. Currently, we have remote team members in USA, Portugal, Ireland, France, Belgium, Poland, Estonia and Russia.
  • For those wanting to work from one of our offices, we fully support the visa and moving process for you and your family.
  • At source{d}, we have a transparent salary policy which we feel strongly about it. Your seniority level will be determined during the last round of on-site interviews.
  • At source{d} all of the projects we work on are public on GitHub and the vast majority are open-source under licenses such as Apache 2.0 or GPL3.
  • We don't just believe in open-source, we also believe in radical transparency as an organization, there we publish everything about the company at github.com/src-d/guide.

Perks

  • We go to conferences and other developer events!
  • Open Source Days, every second Monday, you are encouraged to work on any OSS project you choose.
  • Flexible hours, set your own schedule that fits you.
  • Free books. We will buy any books that help you learn & grow.
  • If you choose to work from one of our offices, you will enjoy a comfortable and spacious environment.
  • Annual summer and winter Christmas parties and a hackathon retreat are held in Madrid and all team members are flown over for it.
  • We also have our own, Open Source craft beers.

Other

  • We offer visa and relocation support for those wanting to work in the Madrid office.
  • The local timezone of developers who want to work remotely should be between San Francisco and Moscow.

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Software Engineer - Go OSS
Loophole Labs
Remote (CA, US, UK, EU)
$55,000 to $90,000 a year
January 2021
1 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Who Are We:

Loophole Labs is an early-stage startup building open-source developer tools focused on the networking and application delivery control space.

What's the opportunity?

We have an opportunity for developers who want to help build revolutionary open-source tools from the ground up. You will be involved in the key decisions - software stack, toolset, architecture, and you will work closely with the leadership team. Our HQ location will be Toronto, but we are open to individuals working full-time but remotely within the CA/US/UK/EU time zones. Furthermore, all of your work at Loophole Labs will contribute directly to open-source projects and repositories.

Why is Loophole Labs an amazing place to work?

We're building an engineering culture with tons of autonomy, constant desire to improve, and a focus on creative problem-solving with measurable customer impact.

We have a modern tech stack designed to build software that's efficient, scalable, and maintainable. We offer competitive salaries and generous equity options, not to mention that we are a completely remote company.

We have an incredible engineering culture based on true ownership, a customer-obsessed mentality, and taking the time to get the technical details right. We're built to scale well and scale fast.

Our Tech Stack: Golang, Kubernetes, Nuxt.js (Vue.js), TailwindCSS, GraphQL

Who you are:

  • You always want to learn, and you take pride in what you build.
  • You've got a startup mentality and love creative problem-solving.
  • Ideally, you are deeply curious about what's happening in the world of work. You are driven to create a product that solves an immediate, real-world need.

The ideal candidate will be responsible for developing high-quality applications. They will also be responsible for designing and implementing testable and scalable code.

Responsibilities:

  • Write good quality code and focus on the details - Since we're delivering an open-source tool, it's important to us that the code be easy to maintain and easy to understand. We want you to be proud of the software you write, and ideally this will already your past work, whether it's through an open-source Github repository or a web app you've published.
  • Work with the management team to architect fault-tolerant and highly-scalable infrastructure
  • Analyze and maintain external open-source libraries and tools
  • Discover and fix various bugs
  • Take ownership of projects and features
  • Run benchmarks and improve our core technologies
  • Foster an engineering culture
  • Analyze and maintain existing internal and external open-source libraries

Qualifications:

  • At least 3 years of professional software engineering experience
  • Understanding and implementation of common networking protocols (SSL/TLS, L4 Traffic, L7 Traffic, TCP vs UDP, etc.)
  • Experience using Kubernetes (ideally in production environments)
  • Experience with Golang or Rust
  • Experience with GraphQL or NoSQL Databases
  • Experience working with product and design teams
  • Familiarity with Git
  • Familiarity with CI/CD processes

Bonus Qualifications:

  • Familiarity with Distributed Systems Architecture
  • Existing contributions to Open-Source software (we'd love to see your work!)
  • Familiarity with AWS, GCP or Digital Ocean
  • Nuxt.js or Vue.js
  • TailwindCSS

We encourage you to apply even if you don't meet all of the above requirements!


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Go Engineer, Backend (Database)
Source
Toronto, Canada / Remote (Canada)
C$125,000 to C$200,000 a year
January 2022
4 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Shape the future of Web3

Decentralized applications are a fast-growing market expected to reach $368B+ by 2027 and Source is pioneering the foundational technologies to help it get there and go beyond. Source is transforming industries and empowering developers to build amazing apps people use every day. We are building the future of data management and are the first database provider to receive backing from Dwight Merriman the founder of MongoDB, the predominant cloud database and a global roster of Web3 investors. Join our team and be at the forefront of innovation and creativity.

About the Role

Our database, DefraDB, empowers developers to build edge and decentralized projects to scale fast, survive anything, and thrive everywhere while ensuring their users’ data privacy. We are looking for backend software engineers who are excited about growing an open-source NoSQL database to join our database teams. Working closely with our CTO and co-founders, you will be part of a collaborative culture striving to make user-centric data interoperable across Web3.

You'll be working on

  • Contribute to the growth of the open-source database, DefraDB. You bring your expertise and commitment to excellence to help build a database that makes data easy for everyone.
  • Improve the performance of DefraDB.
  • Ensure that DefraDB remains scalable, survivable, and consistent as we continue to grow as a company.

You're most likely to succeed in this role if you

  • A passion for working on complex technical products and have exposure to topics such as distributed/decentralized systems, concurrency control, data replication, file systems, or NoSQL processing.
  • Have substantial, demonstrable experience writing high-quality software in Go
  • Have deep knowledge of the Go ecosystem, especially with regard to database applications
  • Are fascinated by issues arising due to concurrency and parallelism
  • Have participated in Open Source software development and/or communities
  • Can make pragmatic design tradeoffs, balancing features, maintainability, and delivery time
  • An understanding of system design.
  • Experience building collaborative relationships with your colleagues. You enjoy being part of the code review process and partnering with your teammates on challenging problems.
  • 5+ years of relevant experience.

Success in this role means

In the first month, you will join your engineering team and start to learn about our production systems, software development workflow, and the architecture of DefraDB and complementary technologies. We believe that it's essential for you to take this first month to become familiar with our technology, company, and our culture.

As our team grows you will have the opportunity to not only shape the direction of development for DefraDB but work alongside the founders to shape the future of the project and Source ecosystem as a whole. We want our users to have a phenomenal experience using our product and you play a crucial role in making DefraDB a joy to use. We also offer technical training and experienced mentorship to help you learn and grow into whatever you wish it to be.

What we offer

  • Work with a great team-building the future of Web3
  • Keep company with leaders in Web3
  • Flexible work arrangement
  • Flexible work hours
  • Unlimited days off
  • Great healthcare benefits
  • Technology spending budget
  • Competitive compensation, including equity

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Golang Developer - k6
Grafana Labs
Remote - EMEA
€70,000 to €120,000 a year
August 2021
1 Applicants This Week
This job posting is no longer available

Job Description

About Grafana Labs:

There are more than 700,000 active installations of Grafana around the globe, monitoring everything from beehives to climate change in the Alps. The instantly recognizable dashboards have been spotted everywhere from a SpaceX launch and Minecraft HQ to Wimbledon and the Tour de France. Grafana Labs also helps companies including Bloomberg, JPMorgan Chase, and eBay manage their observability strategies with full-stack offerings that can be run fully managed with Grafana Cloud, or self-managed with Grafana Enterprise Stack. The Grafana stack has grown to include two other open-source projects, Grafana Loki (for logs) and Grafana Tempo (for traces)

About k6:

In June 2021 Grafana Labs acquired k6 - a Stockholm-based startup behind the open-source load testing tool for engineering teams. With k6, Grafana Labs adds extensible testing to its open and composable Grafana observability stack.

At k6, we build next-generation performance testing tools for developers and DevOps engineers.

We are pushing forward the state-of-the-art in our industry, creating open-source tools that have great developer experience and enable engineers to build reliable systems. k6 is an open-source tool that we built to reinvent the engineering principles around performance testing and enable engineers to build systems that scale.

About the role:

You will be one of five developers and maintainers of k6, a modern open-source tool for performance testing, written in Go. k6 was released publicly in early 2017 and has already received over 12,500 stars on Github and has an active community of users and contributors.

You will have a lot of influence on the project road map and will work with a high degree of autonomy, building and maintaining the tool. Your responsibilities will be to both write code, extending the functionality of k6, and maintain the code base, interface with the user community (i.e. review patches :) and potentially evangelize the tool. Your main, long-term goal will be to create the best possible tool and to get as many people as possible to use it.

You may also be involved with the k6 cloud integration, a SaaS service built on top of k6. Specifically, the parts of the cloud service written in Go, that orchestrates a distributed k6 test across 17 data centers around the world.

Due to our small teams and fast development pace, you will have a substantial and immediate impact on how the end product is architected, developed, and how the engineering team operates. Most importantly, you will work with competent colleagues and will be able to expand your knowledge and skills in different directions.

Required skills:

  • We are looking for a person combining very strong programming skills with experience in contributing to open-source projects.
  • Have a strong programming background and experience developing applications in Go (or another language with high-concurrency/parallelism)
  • Good technical communication skills
  • Understand internet protocols well, primarily IP, TCP, HTTP but also preferably HTTP/2, SPDY, WebSockets, QUIC, gRPC
  • Are familiar with modern development processes and practices. Preferably having recent experience developing large scale applications

It is great if you also:

  • Have worked in open source projects, either as a heavy contributor or, even better, as maintainer for projects with multiple contributors
  • Have experience working with web performance, testing & optimization
  • Have experience working with network performance, testing & optimization
  • Have experience working with Python or JavaScript
  • Know about things like Docker, AWS, microservices architecture, Grafana/APM tools

Equal Opportunity Employer- At Grafana Labs we’re building a company where a diverse mix of talented people want to come, stay, and do their best work. We know that our company runs on the hard work and the dedication of our passionate and creative employees.

We will recruit, train, compensate and promote regardless of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, disability, age, veteran status, and all the other fascinating characteristics that make us different and unique. We believe that equality and diversity builds a strong organisation and we’re working hard to make sure that’s the foundation of our organisation as we grow.


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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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Software Engineer (Golang)
Fleet Device Management Inc
Remote
$100,000 to $180,000 a year
April 2022
6 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Compensation

$100,000 to $180,000+ USD & Stock Options

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 (osquery.io) and Sails (sailsjs.com). 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

As the first backend engineering role on the interface team, this position will provide significant opportunity for growth into a leadership role either in management or as an individual contributor. Unlock the potential of Fleet's platform by building new APIs, integrations, and features. Collaborate closely with frontend engineers to implement and leverage new backend capabilities.

Fleet’s server is written in Go with go-kit and Fleet's UI is written in React. 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.

  • Design and implement new features and APIs with Go in Fleet’s 100% source-available codebase.
  • Work with Fleet’s product team, customers, and the wider open-source community to improve IT and security workflows.
  • Work closely with frontend engineers to implement new API features.
  • 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.
  • Experience with Redis and/or SQL databases. (Particularly MySQL or MariaDB.)
  • Experience building, deploying, and maintaining REST 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 programming with React.
  • Bonus: Experience working with Mobile Device Management (MDM) APIs.
  • Bonus: Experience deploying/monitoring/managing containers with Docker/K8s.

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Backend (Go) Engineer
Fleet
Remote (Americas timezones)
$100,000 to $180,000 a year
December 2021
9 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
Seldon
London, United Kingdom
£60,000 to £90,000 a year
October 2020
1 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Seldon is looking for a Software Engineer to join our team. We are focused on making it easy for machine learning models to be deployed and managed at scale in production. We provide Cloud Native products that run on top of Kubernetes and are open-core with several successful open source projects including Seldon Core, Alibi:Explain and Alibi:Detect. We also contribute to open source projects under the Kubeflow umbrella including KFServing.

About the role Design and build scalable machine learning solutions on top of the open source and enterprise Seldon products. Working on bring the Explainable AI and ML Monitoring available in the Alibi projects into the enterprise products for general use.

Essential skills A degree or higher level academic background in a scientific or engineering subject. Familiarity with linux based development. At least 2 years of experience in industry or academia showing completed projects.

Core skills (The role will be focused on these skills so we would expect existing experience or a demonstrable desire to learn these) Experience with GoLang and Python Experience with Kubernetes and the ecosystem of Cloud Native tools. Experience using machine learning tools in production. Bonus skills (Any of these will be of great interest to us) A broad understanding of data science and machine learning. Understanding of explainable AI or machine learning monitoring in production Familiarity with Kubeflow, MLFlow or Sagemaker Familiarity with python tools for data science

About our tech stack Some of our high profile technical projects: We are core authors and maintainers of Seldon Core, the most popular Open Source model serving solution in the Cloud Native (Kubernetes) ecosystem We built and maintain the black box model explainability tool Alibi We are co-founders of the KFServing project, and collaborate with Microsoft, Google, IBM, etc on extending the project We are core contributors of the Kubeflow project and meet on several workstreams with Google, Microsoft, RedHat, etc on a weekly basis We are part of the SIG-MLOps Kubernetes open source working group, where we contribute through examples and prototypes around ML serving We run the largest Tensorflow meetup in London And much more 🚀

Some of the technologies we use in our day-to-day: Go is our primary language for all-things backend infrastructure including our Kubernetes Operator, and our new GoLang Microservice Orchestrator) Python is our primary language for machine learning, and powers our most popular Seldon Core Microservices wrapper, as well as our Explainability Toolbox Alibi We leverage the Elastic Stack to provide full data provenance on inputs and outputs for thousands of models in production clusters Metrics from our models collected using Prometheus, with custom Grafana integrations for visualisation and monitoring Our primary service mesh backend leverages the Envoy Proxy, fully integrated with Istio, but also with an option for Ambassador We leverage gRPC protobufs to standardise our schemas and reach unprecedented processing speeds through complex inference graphs We use React.js for our all our enterprise user products and interfaces Kubernetes and Docker to schedule and run all of our core cloud native technology stack

Benefits Share options to align you with the long-term success of the company. Exciting phase of fast-paced start-up challenges with an ambitious team and unlimited potential for professional growth. Access to discounted lunches, gyms, shopping and cinema tickets. Healthcare benefits. Cycle To Work Scheme.

Logistics Our interview process is normally a phone interview, a coding task, and 2-3 hours of final interview (carried out virtually). We promise not to ask you any brain teasers or trick questions. We might design a system together on a whiteboard, the same way we often work together, but we won’t make you write code on one. Our recruitment process has an average length of 3 weeks.


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Lead Infrastructure Engineer
source{d}
Madrid, Spain / Remote
€56,000 to €58,000 a year
October 2019
1 Applicants This Week
This job posting is no longer available

Job Description

At source{d} we are building the technology stack for the next generation of Machine Learning powered developer tools. We are an open-core company built around our Open Source projects. We have raised over ten million USD so far, and we are currently growing our team.

This position is open to those wishing to work remotely between the San Francisco and Moscow Timezones as well as those who want to work from our Madrid Office.

Role

This position is for a Lead Engineer in the Infrastructure team. The team has currently 3 members.

The Infrastructure team manages multiple clusters:

  • Pipeline clusters, built on bare metal servers at a hosting provider. It has more than 1000 threads, more than 6TB of RAM and 500TB of storage, and it is backed by CoreOS and Kubernetes. It has two main goals: on the one hand, it stores all the available public code in a distributed filesystem and on the other hand, it runs intensive computation jobs over the stored data on top of Apache Spark.

  • Machine Learning research cluster, built on bare metal servers at our Madrid office. It is backed by CoreOS and Kubernetes too and it has GPUs available on every server to run deep learning algorithms.

  • Multiple Google Kubernetes Engine clusters for public-facing services. All clusters are managed with Terraform, Kubernetes and Helm.

The team also maintains several services such as databases, queues, continuous integration, monitoring, logging, etc.

At source{d}, we care about Open Source, which is why we as the infrastructure team we contribute to projects such as Terraform & CoreOS and create our own. We maintain the official Terraform provider for Helm (terraform-provider-helm).

We are looking for someone with a background in Linux, networking and containers, passion for automation and experience working at scale. Finally, knowledge of at least one backend/scripting language who cares about best development practices.


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Senior Go Developer (EMEA, APAC)
FerretDB
Remote
$45,000 to $95,000 a year
August 2022
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Job Description

FerretDB is looking for a Senior Go developer to join our fully-remote team. FerretDB is US-based company, building a truly open source replacement for MongoDB, built on top of PostgreSQL. Our aim is to provide an open source MongoDB replacement which users can utilize without having to change anything in their applications. This is a project with major global impact in the database industry.

You would be working on open-source FerretDB core functionality and integration tests.

The following Responsibilities and Skills are rough guidelines on what we are looking for. Please feel free to apply if you think you are the right fit. Ideally, for this position, you are located in either the EMEA or the APAC region.

Requirements

  • 5+ years of experience with Go
  • Experience with PostgreSQL or MongoDB (bonus points for experience with both)
  • Experience with Docker
  • Good English written and verbal language skills sufficient for a fully-remote work environment
  • Ability to work 40 hours per week from Monday to Friday
  • Ability to work with others as well as independently

Bonus points for…

  • Experience with backend integration testing
  • Experience with JavaScript (for working with MongoDB compatibility tests)
  • Experience with GitHub Actions
  • Experience contributing to open-source projects and communities
  • Non-empty GitHub account

Compensation

  • $4000-8000 per month (you have to pay your own taxes as an individual/private entrepreneur)
  • Stock options grant or equivalent
  • Equipment allowance
  • 20 workdays (4 calendar weeks) of vacation per year
  • 10 holiday days per year

We can’t wait to hear from you!


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