Vivino is seeking an experienced Go developer for our Copenhagen office, ready to join a vibrant start-up, building the world's #1 wine app and website – as soon as possible.
You'll join our data team, building APIs and daemons to process our wine, user and price data in ways that enable our users to get better insight into wines and find great wines to buy.
- Implement new features, APIs and daemons.
- Program concurrent systems in Golang.
- Model data flows in a variety of backend systems.
- Integrate price-feeds from Merchants.
- Analysis of bugs and optimization issues.
You have professional experience and identify yourself more with the virtues of a great developer, rather than specific languages and frameworks. You excel at working with complicated datasets and you have experience with both statically typed languages as well as dynamic scripting languages. You also understand object orientation and concurrent execution models. You're familiar with Test Driven Development. You are a curious, communicative person who is eager to learn.
You are ready to join a startup with few formal procedures and limits. You're not an asshole.
Why apply to a job with Vivino?
- You're attracted to a relaxed but ambitious environment, with 50 people across 20 nationalities working together in 1 office.
- You enjoy being trusted to deliver, without micromanagement.
- You like influencing what you work with and the people you work with.
- Lunch. You eat lunch, right?
- You find the thought of drinking wine during work hours both decadent and attractive.
Vivino is the world's largest wine community, built on top of a vast database of 12 million wines, 66 million wine reviews. More than 26 million users of the Vivino app provide ratings, reviews, price info and much more on a daily basis. Our app is by far the most downloaded and used wine app in the world and available in the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Vivino has offices in Copenhagen, San Francisco, Ukraine and India.
Ditte Buch Andersen
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