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senior backend developer
no remote applicants accepted
we are looking for a seasoned backend developer with solid experience of writing snappy evented backend services. we assume you have a favourite modern language like golang, rust or clojure, but are prestigeless enough to apply your skills and experience regardless of programming language and environment required for the task.
you will be integral in shaping our next generation of backend services, but also working with the services we already have.
we prefer to develop in a minimal-dependency style where the few dependencies required are included in the application. we build and construct elegant services that might be in production for decades so we place great care in choosing technologies that are viable for the long haul. furthermore we develop backend services with a test/coverage driven approach.
• polyglot programming skills, with a bent
for modern language golang or rust
• amazon web services
• working with e-commerce systems
• ruby or python
• written your own framework
how to apply
please send your application to:
plain-text or pdf attachments only
perferably open link to some public code you have written at github or similar
application deadline: 12th of december, 2021
about the company
teenage engineering creates high quality, well designed, electronic products for all people who love sound and music.
the company was founded in 2007.
teenage engineering’s first product was the OP-1, a portable all-in-one synthesizer used by world famous artists.
our hq is located in stockholm, sweden. here a multidisciplinary team of software / electrical / mechanical engineers and industrial designers are developing our products from start to finish. the studio is fully equipped workshop with state of the art rapid prototyping machines.