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Go Developer - London - Blockchain


Go Developer - London - Music

Location: London, EC1N 8DX (Remote currently)

Salary: £70,000 - £80,000

Industry: Blockchain (Music)

Tech Stack: Go, Docker, Kubernetes, Node.js, AWS, Distributed Systems 👩🏻‍💻

Great opportunity for a talented Go Developer (Distributed Systems, Kubernetes, AWS, Go) to join a growing company who already have a global reach across the music industry.

The Company 🚀

Global platform that ensures musicians and music companies retain the rights to their music and are paid what they should. They currently represent 60% of music industry revenue.

The Role ✨

They are seeking a skilled Developer (Distributed Systems, Kubernetes, AWS, Go) to help build out their innovative platform.

The successful developer (Distributed Systems, Kubernetes, AWS, Go) will have a high level of autonomy provided to them and be expected to contribute to both architectural and design decisions.

This is a great opportunity to work with a modern tech stack (Distributed Systems, Kubernetes, AWS, Go) working directly on product features and overseeing the scalability of infrastructure.

Desired Skills ⚙️

  • Go
  • CI/CD
  • Docker/Kubernetes
  • Distributed Systems
  • js
  • AWS
  • PostgreSQL

The successful engineer will not have experience of the above technologies (that would be seriously impressive!) but would be required to have a strong knowledge across the stack and a desire to learn new technologies.

Benefits 🏖

  • Competitive base salary with up to 20% bonus on offer
  • Pension, private healthcare, life insurance
  • Flexible working hours including work from home opportunities
  • Modern office set in the heart of London with great transport links, bars and restaurants

If you are a skilled Developer (Distributed Systems, Kubernetes, AWS, Go) who is interested in this role then please apply below and I will be in touch with more details.

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