Backend Engineer - SDE II / III/IV (Golang)


Hyderabad, Telangana IN


Product & Engineering

Job Role

As a coder you’ll have a significant influence on the company's technical platform and will get to work on the cutting-edge products.

What you'll be responsible for?

  • Learn and explore new technology and frameworks which support the business growth
  • Design and development of the back-end platform based on Go
  • Perform testing and coding to meet the business requirements
  • Write low level design document
  • Research and develop in latest technologies.
  • Optimize backend services for scalability
  • Build products for our customers on top of our APIs
  • Build internal tools and automate repetitive operations

Qualification and other skills

What you'd have?

  • CS/ Relevant grad from top tier engineering college with having experience in building the high scable systems in a product environment.
  • At least 3 -9 years’ relevant working experience in Software Product Engineering
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Knowledge of the Go programming language, paradigms, constructions, and idiom
  • Understanding of popular Go routines and channel patterns
  • Extensive knowledge of Go frameworks and tools is a plus
  • Knowledge of Azure and other cloud services is valuable

Why join us?

We thought you'd never ask! We offer all the usual stuff: competitive salary, flexible working hours, challenging product culture But the real perks are:

  • Challenging and fun work environment solving meaningful real-life business problems - you will never have a boring day at the office.
  • World-class team who love solving tough problems and have a bias for action. Tanla is an equal opportunity employer

We welcome and encourage diversity in the workplace regardless of race, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.

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