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Amsterdam, Nederland

We are felyx, an innovative scale-up with ambitious plans for sustainable and shared urban transport. The coming years we are facing hyper-growth in The Netherlands and the rest of Europe. Therefore, we are looking for ambitious Full Stack Developers to build our new technological architecture, the foundation of the company.

We are a young and driven scale-up, with our innovative and sustainable tech platform, we are making swift door-to-door transportation the new status quo. Working together with an ambitious team of entrepreneurs, operators and engineers, we are looking to grow as we scale the business throughout Europe.

We are currently hiring full-stack software engineers to work on our new back-end system from scratch. This will be a greenfield project in which we will be primarily using Go. Our back-end system will need to handle millions of requests a day so if you have past experience in designing systems with scalability in mind you might be a good fit for these positions. No experience with Go is required, although it is slightly preferred. We care about code quality. A lot. We don’t ship code without sufficient test coverage. Does that sound like you and do you want to make social impact on urban mobility and drive change? Great! We want you!

How to apply

To apply for this position, use our API to upload your resume. Endpoint: Request type: POST Request body: JSON dictionary which specifies: your email (`email`, which should be a string) your name (`name`, which should be a string) your phone number (`phone`, which should be a string) a base64 encoded representation of a PDF file that contains your resume (`file`, which should be a string) Optional: the name of the person you were referred by (`referredBy`, which should be a string) If all goes well the API returns a 200 status code. Any other status means your resume was not submitted to us. Check the response for details. If you have any problems please contact

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