Remote GoLang Developer at SpringboardVR


(Matthew Hall) #1

About the company
SpringboardVR is the fastest growing Virtual Reality arcade management platform outside of China, and we are looking to expand our web development team!

Do they allow remote work?
Remote work is possible, become a digital nomad and work remotely at this company

Job description
SpringboardVR is the fastest growing Virtual Reality arcade management platform outside of China, and we are looking to expand our web development team!

We are looking for a backend stack developer to join our team who has experience with GoLang and preferably with experience building Web Applications and cross platform desktop software.

This position will be fairly self directed and we are definitely looking for someone who is a self starter and is able to take any task and own it from start to finish. You will be working on improvements and new features for our web services build in GoLang and desktop software built in GoLang.

This is a full time contract position for 40 hours a week.

This is a fully remote position and we are a fully remote company! Our current development team is located across North America and Europe.

We are open to someone in any timezone, with a preference to North America and Europe.

Skills & requirements
Requirements

  • Extensive GoLang experience

  • Mid to Senior Experience

  • Appreciation for clean, reusable, and well tested code

  • Can handle constructive criticism

  • GoLang Web Development Experience

  • GoLang Cross Platform Desktop Development Experience

Nice to Haves

  • Experience working with a fully remote team

  • GraphQL

  • Docker

  • Kubernetes

  • Automated Testing

  • Websockets

  • Understands Microservices

  • Database Design

Instructions how to apply


(Jay Ts) #2

I was curious about this in case any one at SpringboardVR wants to answer:

Are you creating cross-platform GUI applications with Go? And if so, are you using a Qt binding, or what? Or is the “desktop software” just console (text-based) applications and daemons?


(Matthew Hall) #3

Sorry, I should have been more clear! It’s just a CLI tool, no GUI


(Jay Ts) #4

Ok, thank you!


(Albert XW) #5

Are you still hiring?