As a startup dedicated to public transport, our vision is to make buying tickets for passengers as easy as possible. Therefore, we are developing a ticketing system that automatically detects beginning and end of a ride. Based on the detection, it is possible to provide passengers with the cheapest tickets.
The problem we are trying to solve is challenging: developing a reliable ride detection algorithm based on data from smartphone sensors while creating a solution that attracts both passengers and public transport providers.
We value active collaboration and independent work. We believe that together we can build a great solution that will have a major impact on public transport.
- flexible working hours (work whenever you are most productive)
- freedom to contribute and implement your own ideas (take over responsiblity over your projects)
- challenging and exciting tasks
- up-to-date tech stack and technologies (Go, Docker, Microservices, Kubernetes, neo4j, ...)
- fair and negotiable remuneration
- flat hierarchies
- couch and plants in the office
- free fruits and snacks
- contribute your own ideas to an innovative ticketing solution and shape the future of mobility
- design and implement Go microservices with great features (e.g. best price calculator, ticket generator, …)
- work on the ride detection algorithm – our core of the ticketing solution
- test and deploy microservices
- use functions provided by smartphones (e.g. GPS, various sensors, …) to improve our ride detection algorithm
- work with mathematical and geographical tools to calculate routes of rides
- Golang skills
- experience with test deployment (CI / CD)
- interest to learn more programming languages as needed
- passion about solving challenging problems
- experience with GraphQL-APIs
- familiarity with neo4j databases
- practical skills in working with Amazon Web Services
- skills in working with docker, Kafka and / or Kubernetes
How to apply
Send your resume to email@example.com to start the hiring process at BlueGo.
Does this job really require Go skills? If not, please report it and we will take a look.