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Come help us build the Libp2p, IPFS, Filecoin, and Textile (LIFT) stack!
As a Senior Go Engineer, you will be responsible for writing and maintaining code on the Textile Go libraries, including Threads, Buckets, Hub, and Powergate. This role is for someone with solid coding experience and the ability to lead new features. As part of that leadership, you will help craft and optimize our product roadmap by contributing your research and expertise. You will have many opportunities to contribute to the open-source ecosystem, including the IPFS and Filecoin stacks. We recommend any candidate review our GitHub Org to learn more about what technology we build. This is a remote-only position.
Textile is a lab dedicated to building and exploring new technology to help decentralize consumer applications. We believe that the world’s most valuable future technology will be built on a new model where individuals have complete agency over the data they create. Our mission is to make that future happen faster.
Textile is known for building simple yet powerful developer tools that extend three families of protocols: Libp2p, IPFS, and Filecoin. You can learn more about our tools by reviewing our documentation and checking out some of our GitHub organization. We are a fully open source company with a strong focus on community.
We are a small, fully remote team (Twitter list) aligned in our vision to change the relationship between technology and data.
Are you passionate about technology and want to have a significant impact on its future? Our community, vision, and product make for an exciting place where self-directed, collaborative, good people will thrive.
We’re looking for someone who has:
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Textile is a fully remote company spanning GMT -3 to GMT -7 (North America & South America). While being small, we’ve found that it is helpful to have a high level of overlap as a team.
Learn more about us at https://textile.io, https://docs.textile.io, and see some of our output on @textileio.