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If you're a Ruby developer who recently got into Go, and you want to turn Go into your full time job - the team at Everum would love to have a chat with you. The company is expanding into new brands, and building up internal infrastructure to take control of the critical pieces of the backend platform which has been outsourced up to this point. The application stack was mainly Ruby-on-Rails with a fleet of small Go services as API adapters at this point, but for the new infrastructural building blocks Go is the preferred language. It's very likely that you will need to work with Rails at some point, and/or interact with your colleagues working on Rails side of your projects (both to discuss/plan them, as well as do code reviews etc), so people with working Rails knowledge are preferred.

We're moving the application towards event sourcing based architecture, modularising the code which was previously a fairly monolithic one – so if you're interested in these topics, as well as how to build reliable and performant APIs - come talk to us! This is a good segue for someone looking to pivot from Rails to Go, and/or from website-centric to API/backend focused development. The team is small and fully remote across a number of timezones, so you need to be able to self-organise and have good problem-solving skills.

In return we're offering a fully remote environment with a small open team, where you can take part in or learn areas of the development you're interested in - from backend services (Go, Ruby), to infrastructure (Google Cloud Platform, Ansible, Terraform), to website and frontend dev (Rails, React).

The salary range we're looking at is $2000-$2500 USD per month.

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