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Bengaluru, Karnataka, India - partially remote

About the position:

Senior Backend Developers who are passionate about building clean and sophisticated code, primarily in Golang. The ideal candidate will have a passion for building world-class software and a track record of success creating highly and scalable software systems. 

Responsibilities:

• Develop novel APIs, algorithms, and software integrations that help in its mission to digitally transform legacy industries.

• Evolve the products and tools that we have written and helped us think about the next step.

• Identify, plan, and develop new product features and a roadmap to augment existing tools and processes, to help make our business lives simpler, more pleasant, and more productive.

Specifications:

Education Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science/Information Systems or related field with 5+ years’ experience in the software industry.

Technical Skills:

• 5+ years of relevant experience building APIs (e.g. gRPC or REST) running in a Linux environment. 

• 2+ years of relevant experience building backends in Golang — we’re migrating to use Golang on the back-end. 

• Experience with microservices, Docker, Kubernetes, AWS, or GCP. 

• A solid, verifiable track record of crafting complex yet maintainable systems. 

You should be able to produce clean, well-documented, and easily maintainable code, and take pride in the craftsmanship of your efforts. 

• Motivation to solve problems, not to patch over quick fixes. This is at the root of our goal to be on-call for our own services. 

• Extensive experience with databases and data modeling, both SQL and NoSQL. 

• Curiosity and creativity — we hope for individuals to join the team who very much want to know why something happened in addition to just that it happened. We have a lot of ideas but are hopeful that your perspective will push us all forward together to deeper understanding. 

How to apply

Send resumes to garima@zinnov.com

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