Posted
San Francisco, CA, USA

Triggit uses Go and other open source technologies to process 100's of thousands of ad auction requests per second. The ideal candidate can show us some existing Go code and has experience with low-latency web services, but any developer with 4+ years of software experience and a track record of learning fast on their feet is welcome to apply!

Since the launch of Go 1.1, Triggit has been steadily adding Go to our arsenal. We birthed the gollector to help monitor our global infrastructure and now have around half-a-dozen major systems in continuous production to help deliver hundreds of millions of ad impressions for our performance-driven direct response advertisers.

Why you'll love coming into work every day:

  • Challenging distributed systems problems
  • Help improve performance and functionality on our ad-servering and bidding platforms
  • Build and work on systems that receive significant traffic
  • Make our product better, faster, harder, stronger

Requirements:

  • 5+ years as an experienced developer
  • Linux experience
  • A solid understanding of algorithms and data structures
  • Understanding how the web works, well versed in HTTP
  • Strong communication skills, and a curious high level thinker

Triggit Values:

  • We never stop innovating.
  • We value YOU. Your health, your family, your time.
  • We're a heads down kind of organization. We work hard so we can play hard.
  • Wicked Smart people work here. We push boundaries and are always driving forward.
  • We trust our people and empower them to grow and succeed.

To all recruitment agencies: Triggit does not accept agency resumes. Please do not forward resumes to our jobs account or directly to any Triggit employees. Notwithstanding any action by recruiters, Triggit is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.

At Triggit, we promote a dynamic, kinetic, and diverse workplace for the brightest in the business! In this spirit, we’re proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

Does this job really require Go skills? If not, please report it and we will take a look.