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Software Engineer Golang C++ Linux

Job Title: Software Engineer Golang C++ Linux
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Salary: £65000 - £80000 per annum + stock options
REF: BB/12972/DKS/130219_1550060493
Contact Name: Open Source Team
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Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Software Engineer / Backend Developer (Go / Golang Linux Distributed Systems). Would you like to join a well funded start-up that is founded by successful technology entrepreneurs who remain hands-on with the code? They partner with the Linux Foundation and Cloud Native Computing Foundation and promote open and agile ways of working in a collaborative team environment.

Innovative, award winning technology-to-technology start-up is seeking a highly skilled Software Engineer to help create cutting edge software based storage systems.

As a Software Engineer you'll be joining a small, focussed team of technologists working on complex and interesting real-word issues utilising Golang amongst other languages such C / C++. The systems are Linux based, built on Docker and also incorporate Open Source technologies such as Kubernetes, distributed key value stores and message bus.

Excellent opportunity to advance your career in a supportive, technology driven environment; you'll be working with the latest technologies and can make a real impact.

*Strong commercial Go / Golang development experience
*Passionate technologist, keen to innovate, learn and share knowledge with others
*Strong OOP backend development experience (C++ / Java)
*Strong knowledge of Computer Science fundamentals such as OOP, data structures and algorithms
*Good knowledge of Linux OS
*Keen to attend industry events / meet-ups and interact with users
*Interest in Open Source technologies and keen to work with the community
*Excellent communication skills

As a Senior Developer you will earn a competitive salary (to £80k) plus stock options.

Apply now or call for a confidential discussion about this Senior Developer opportunity.