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Our company is Cloud Linux Inc. - the maker of the #1 OS for web-hosting providers. We develop our products -- CloudLinux OS, KernelCare, Imunify360, and Imunify Email -- using the most innovative technologies. Our products are used by thousands of companies around the world, including Dell, GoDaddy, IBM, Zoom, and many others.

About the project

Imunify Email project is building an advanced email protection system. It processes email messages around the world. The challenges we face include working in resource-constrained environments, variegated environments, dealing with unreliable network connections, and sorting overwhelming amounts of data.

We are a small, but ambitious team that is looking for a developer who can not only write perfect Golang applications but also could be responsible for architectural decisions and can contribute to the whole product architectural design. As a developer, you will be carrying out the development of a distributed data application, being responsible for both the code and the product quality.

We are employing Kanban methodology and trying to keep our processes as clean as possible while keeping a good development pace and spirit.

To be successful you should have:

  • Experience with Golang 3+ years
  • Willingness to work in TDD approach and no QA environment, being responsible for product quality
  • Ability to work autonomously and proactively
  • Upper-Intermediate English - written and spoken
  • Experience with Linux as administrator or advanced user;

Would be a big plus:

  • Team Leading or mentoring experience;
  • Experience in distributed applications and databases
  • Experience in system programming
  • Experience in C
  • Experience with ElasticSearch
  • Experience with ClickHouse / Redash
  • Experience with Redis
  • Contributing to open-source projects
  • Ability to write and maintain code according to Go-style guide

How to apply

Apply by sending your resume here https://apply.workable.com/cloudlinux-1/j/8B364511F6/

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