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Entry (0-2 ani), Middle (2-5 ani), Senior (5-10 ani), Executive (>10 ani)

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We’re a Bucharest based software consulting company looking for a talented Golang Developer to join our tremendous engineering team.



What we are looking for:

- Solid Golang knowledge

- Linux/UNIX, Git, HTTP, Networking

- Experience with relational databases and ability to write SQL queries

- Experience with server side development and REST apis

- PostgreSQL (experience with PostGIS a bonus), Redis

- Docker, docker-compose



Nice to have:

- Kubernetes, Helm

- Any CI/CD experience (Gitlab CI preffered)

- Vector map tiles

- JSON:API spec

- Microservice architectures



Some business facts about Tremend:

- 13+ years of software development

- 1st place among Romanian companies in Deloitte Fast 50 CE

- 300+ high complexity projects

- 60+ million people using our solutions

- Clients in 15 countries on 3 continents (North America, Europe, Asia)

- 20 internationally awarded projects

- Top EU telecom clients



Some cool facts about Tremend:

- 5 top global car manufacturers use our software

- One of the startups we worked for was acquired by Google®

- One of the founders climbed Mont Blanc (the other one does triathlons)



Some friendly facts about Tremend:

- Top salaries for top talent

- Nothing short of legendary team buildings

- Fruit days

- Bonus days off with seniority

- Working from home days

- Premium medical insurance

- Performance bonuses

- And again, legendary corporate parties



We really welcome people:

- Ready to learn new things (we have some amazing mentors here)

- Able to teach us new things (we really appreciate and reward experience)

- Who don’t want to be just another cogwheel in a huge code factory

- Wanting their work and skills to be recognized and appreciated



Want to know more? Send an email, specifying the position you are applying for. Simona, our HR manager, is amazing and cool and recognizes good people in a glance (and she approved this text, thanks, Simona).