Senior Backend Developer

With a true artist-first perspective, Doors strives to create a frictionless experience for creators and their audience. This comes with a set of challenges and we’d like you to be a part of the solutions.

 

At the heart of the product, we have digital live broadcasting. An ultra-low latency streaming solution enabling real-time interaction between audience and artist. We’ve only just scratched the surface of what this will become. We will never be finished.

The focus of a backend developer is obviously writing code—but we solve things together as a team, so we assume you have opinions about architecture and choices of technologies etc.

We’re early-stage. The near future is all about rolling up our sleeves and getting things done. The product team is small but growing fast—soon your role could evolve into something quite different. In other words, we’re a startup.

Even though things are moving rapidly, we care deeply about work-life balance and are creating a modern, open and flexible workplace.

We’re mainly writing our services in Node.js and Go—so you need to be familiar with at least one of these languages. We also work with AWS, Heroku, PostgreSQL, Redis, and Docker.

We think you’ve been working with backend development for about 5+ years and have a curious and unassuming personality.

 

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To apply, please send an email to [email protected]. Attach your resume or LinkedIn profile and type “Backend developer” somewhere in the subject.

We look forward to hearing from you!

 

Doors was founded in 2020 in Stockholm by music, tech and broadcast innovators to shape the future of live online concert experiences. At its core, it’s the passion for an experience and the thrill of a live performance.

Live streaming for artists is broken. It’s underdeveloped, under-monetized, under-licensed, and under-professionalized. We’re fixing that.

Doors is new, some of us have spent more than a decade building and growing companies at the crossroads of music and tech. We don’t know what the future holds, but we’re determined to find out.

 

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