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Backend developer at mycujoo (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

  • We connect heroes* through sports!

Our mission is to innovate the way people connectshare moments, and create content in the world of sports. By empowering live streaming at scale, we support the creation of network of sport communities.

4 billion people share their passion for football - the world’s largest focused community. Our streaming platform already connects 6 continents17 million raving fans, 30 million streams annually, supported by 5 international offices across the world, 30+ nationalitiesand 70+ mycujoo heroes… and that’s just the beginning: the global world of (E-)sports is our playground and digital innovation is our gameplan.

We’re a rapidly growing sports tech company. But it’s not just sports and tech that bring us together. It’s the opportunity to have a significant impact on the digital revolution, while being connected to passionate cujoos from every corner of the world.

For us every day is match day. We strive to win the championship - day and night - we compete against lags, bugs, monoliths and sometimes our very own new platform and product features.

Our platform reaches millions of users every month. Therefore, you’ll need to be able to help us architect, build and maintain fault tolerant and scalable delivery systems. As a trade off you’ll get the chance to work in a technology environment no other company has (we leave it up to you to decide if this is something that excites you ).

At the moment we have several Backend positions open. As you’ve probably seen by now, we work with quite independent teams. This often also means that we use different technologies per team. Yes, this means as well that you get the freedom to experiment with new technologies.

Depending on your skills, passion and preference for technology we can offer you a position in either a node.js/Go role or a Java/Scala role. As much as we see functional programming experience as a big must have, the right attitude and willingness to learn it if you don’t have that experience yet, will also do the job.

What makes us pretty unique is the fact that we turned around our ways of working - we started creating teams around features rather than functions. We create independence through an event driven architecture and empower success through cross functional teams.

In order to be able to be successful in mycujoo, we value and heavily rely on the technologies and concepts below:

  • Test Driven Development;

  • Continuous integration and deployments

  • Restful APIs

  • Authorisation through JWT / OAuth

  • Ownership of logging, monitoring and alerting within feature teams

  • We rely on different datastores, for example PostgreSQL, MySQL, Redis, ElasticSearch

  • Everything we build is precisely designed for high availability, scalability and resillience on either supported by AWS or Google Cloud technology.

  • Version control

 These are also the things we would like to see you bringing along with your passion for technology and innovation.

Why would you want to join us?

Obviously, we also have Friday drinks, fun events, and a foosball table(surprise, surprise ). And, yes, we give you flexibility, responsibility, challenging projects, and we are great colleagues. What makes us unique?! The opportunity to turn an industry upside-dowand to shape the future of global sports communities - something you can be super proud of and tell all your friends about.

Closely connected to sports, we team up and like challenges! We work hard, but we also take care of each other. Balance is part of our lives - no matter if it’s family, workouts (before, during & after work), fun events (pictures speak more than words!), or anything else that makes you happy… Together, we go for the win - conquering the world, creating more value for our communities, step by step.

So...are you in? 

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