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    Dice is looking for a Go/GoLang Developer-Remote/6mo C2H-only

    Dice is the leading career destination for tech experts at every stage of their careers. Our client, Access Data Consulting Corp, is seeking the following. Apply via Dice today!

    6-month Contract-to-Hire…


    100% Remote

    At least some real world GoLang experience is GREATLY prefered

    Deep database knowledge (knows how to use indexes, tune queries, work with larger databases)

    Some Exposure To React Preferred, Though Not Required.

    Some exposure to ExpressJS (NodeJS) is preferred, but anyone can learn it.

    • Translate complex requirements to simple code
    • Develop APIs and backend systems to power our podcast platform
    • Write fast, efficient code with an eye for keeping response time low
    • Help to provide an accurate timeline and scoping estimations on engineering projects
    • Mentor junior developers, including conducting code reviews and assisting in architecture planning
    • Keep up on cutting edge software trends and cloud-based solutions
    • Follow engineering best practices and participate in code reviews
    • Participate in project scoping, resource planning, and timeline estimation
    • Follow agile/continuous integration engineering best practices
    • Additional duties as needed


    • Have at least 4 years experience writing code as part of a team
    • Are proficient in at least one modern languages (i.e. Go or JavaScript)
    • Are a polyglot that isn’t afraid to learn new technologies
    • Have built production systems that scaled
    • Aren’t afraid to own greenfield or brownfield projectsPreferred:
    • Immediately get the debugger working when introduced to a new project
    • Are comfortable with dynamically typed interpreted languages
    • Are comfortable with statically typed compiled languages
    • Have built something that failed and learned from it
    • Know SOLID rules well enough to know when to break them
    • Have enough experience with RDBMS to know that indexes are important
    • Have enough experience with NoSQL databases to know that keys are important
    • Use unit tests because they make code better and development faster
    • Think swagger UI is an amazing tool and every API should use it
    • Have built systems that deploy on AWS and/or Google Cloud Platform
    • Use docker to encapsulate and isolate services whenever possible
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