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Web Scala Engineer Who Loves Ping Pong Oreos

Web Scala Engineer Who Loves Ping Pong Oreos


BitGold


scala

engineer

web dev

scala

engineer

web dev

4yr
\nFully Funded Tech/Finance Start-Up Looking For A Scala Engineer Who Loves To Build Functional & Reactive Web Services. \n\nBitGold offers the unique opportunity to experience the excitement and rush of a Silicon Valley start-up with the candid and local comforts of Toronto.\n\nWe are a rapidly growing, TSX Venture listed start-up funded by well-known investment firms in Toronto and New York.  BitGold's mission is to provide global access to gold for payments and secure savings, making this extraordinary element useful and empowering again. We’re advancing the digital payments revolution by helping people around the world acquire, store, and spend gold with unprecedented simplicity.\n\nWhy our scala engineers love working at BitGold\n\n “I’m able to develop my scala and functional programming skills and apply them to real tasks. I like that we use modern ways of application development (http://www.reactivemanifesto.org/) and that we don’t have legacy code. We use the latest frameworks, tools and libraries.”\n\n“I love using the latest technologies in the scala stack such as slick or akka-http. There is a lot of work to do and a lot of code to write. I love functional programming, and we're eager to improve our platform for our users. It’s great that we have very few meetings and little bureaucracy at BitGold.”\n\n“We have small team of developers which means you’re responsible for every part of application. You can develop your skills in different areas, like database design or application architecture design etc.”\n\nAnything important for future BitGold scala engineers to know?\n\n'To ensure success, the frontend has to be very fast and responsive for our users. It is also imperative that it is well tested. Quality is the most important thing, we cannot afford to release a malfunctioning platform.”\n\n“We are building an incredibly interesting and also very complicated distributed high concurrent platform. For me complexity is the most important and interesting thing a job can offer, and BitGold definitely offers this.”\n\nWhat we offer:\n\n\n* Competitive salary and early stage equity participation\n\n* The opportunity to be part of an international game-changer\n\n* Open-space office conveniently located in the Entertainment District\n\n* Endless supply of snacks, Redbull and ping-pong\n\n* Monthly BitGold Social Club\n\n* Working for a start-up is not for the faint hearted - it's hard work and we work long hours but it's incredibly rewarding.\n\n\n

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