Software Engineer - Backend Developer

About SpazioDati

SpazioDati works on collecting, matching, linking, analyzing, making sense of and visualizing in an effective manner massive amounts of corporate data to provide services of Sales Intelligence, Lead Generation, Portfolio analysis, and more. We apply Semantic Text Analysis and Machine learning models to extract insights from the data and create value for our customers. Our main product, Atoka, is currently used by thousands of small and big companies in Italy and abroad, and we plan on expanding to new horizons soon.

Our Atoka teams

We have 3 teams working on our main product, Atoka. We’re looking for help in all of them. Teams are self-organized based on common and continuously evolving agile practices. We work in TypeScript, Python and Go. We’re currently trying to simplify our codebase with a microservice approach based on gRPC, service mesh and Kubernetes.

Requirements

  • you have a B.S. or M.S. Computer Science or related field, or equivalent experience;
  • you are a quick-thinker, a problem-solver, who feels comfortable in writing code;
  • you take code quality seriously: continuous integration, testing, code review, linters;
  • very good knowledge of web development (HTTP, web servers, etc.);
  • you know how to work with databases;
  • you’re a great team player.

Nice-to-have

  • you are good with Python and Django;
  • you know golang;
  • you know how to write REST APIs;
  • you know about asynchronous processing (queues);
  • knowledge of PostgreSQL, ElasticSearch, Redis;
  • you know how to expose a web application to the user (deployment, docker, proxies, security);
  • you like to instrument your code (prometheus);
  • you would like to learn, challenge yourself, improve and broaden your skill set.

How to apply

Send your application at <jobs@spaziodati.eu> please make sure to include:

  • Your CV (any format is fine)
  • Let us know why you'd like to take this position, what you expect and what you think you could bring to the team
  • Please, please, please, include a github account, some code you've written, an open source project you contributed to, or at least a link to your work that you like (it doesn't matter if it's completely unrelated like a videogame, an art project or whatever else). Precedence will be given to applications that meet this criteria.