September 2, 2014

Percona is hiring a Go back-end engineer

We’re looking for a full-time web back-end developer to join our team and help continue building the Percona Cloud Tools (https://cloud.percona.com) back end. We use the Go language, so we would love to find a Go programmer, but since Go is a very new language, we’re looking for any great programmer who wants to learn and master Go–it’s fun and easy!
We understand that Go is a new technology, so you may not have a direct experience, but if you are looking to be an expert in it together with our team, and participate in the development of new generation tools for MySQL – please submit your application!

About Vadim Tkachenko

Vadim leads Percona's development group, which produces Percona Clould Tools, the Percona Server, Percona XraDB Cluster and Percona XtraBackup. He is an expert in solid-state storage, and has helped many hardware and software providers succeed in the MySQL market.

Comments

  1. Richard Varno says:

    Thanks! Sent my resume. Love to work with you guys!

  2. armin says:

    Is this position available to work remotely?

  3. Armin,

    Most our positions, including this one, are available to work remotely.

  4. Exim says:

    Vadim,

    This position is no longer available, but any plans for future? Also, would you be interested in C++/systems programmer?

    Thank you

  5. Exim,

    That’s right, Go backend position is closed, but we have
    DevOps position which is related to Go http://percona.theresumator.com/apply/TmMP45/DevOps-Engineer.html

    Sorry, We do not have any openings for C++ programmers at the moment, but we may have in future, the same for Go programmers.

  6. Exim says:

    DevOps sounds really fun and interesting, but from the job description – Ops experience is required and it is not something that is allowed to be learned on the job, so I’m afraid I won’t be a good fit (I suppose being more or less advanced Linux user [in the past] is not enough…).

    So I’ll eagerly wait for just Dev positions (Be it Go or C++).

    Thank you!

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