Backend developer – Golang enthusiast

We are looking for someone who sees Golang as his next step in his career and we are offering on-project and internal/external training for this programming language.

Are you a back-end developer with 3+ years of experience and are interested to work with Golang? If you have a solid technical background, have a passion for software development, but are also curious about other technologies – then we have a very exciting opportunity for you. You will be working in a tight team, with the opportunity to take on diverse assignments, with supportive and highly motivated colleagues. You will be working with challenging assignments, for multiple clients.


  • 3+ years of back-end development experience
  • Desire to work with Golang
  • Experience with integrating with RESTful APIs (JSON, XML)
  • Experience with version control tools like GIT

Nice to have

  • Experience with Relational DBs (MySQL, Oracle)
  • Familiarity with *nix systems
  • Experience with Agile Methodologies (SCRUM / KANBAN)

Candidates should:

  • Be highly professional and solution oriented with a focus on the client’s business needs
  • Be highly responsible and reliable
  • Have great social skills
  • Flexible to travel


Languages: English, fluent.

We practice what we preach when it comes to our values of flexibility, quality and integrity:

  • We offer internal/external and on-project training for Golang
  • We offer a supporting work environment and a flat hierarchy
  • We have competitive salaries and regular performance evaluations
  • We have additional private health insurance 
  • We offer flexible working hours
  • We have work from home options
  • We offer a personal development plan
  • We offer company mobile phone device and paid subscription
  • We have different sporting plans, adjusted to personal needs
  • We encourage continuous improvement through building strong teams, knowledge transfer and academy sessions, and amazing team buildings

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