Betable - Software Engineer (Full Stack)

Our Next Team Member

We are looking for a talented Full Stack Engineer to join our team to take our real money gaming platform to the next level. Our ideal candidate is comfortable going end to end from intuitive user interfaces to small performant and efficient services and back again.

Requirements

Building quality software is important to you, as is using the right tool for the job. You like to dig into hard problems, contribute to shaping a diverse and productive engineering culture, and most of all; you like to ship. You have experience with multiple programming languages, understand what a well designed API looks like and have opinions on software engineering practices. You genuinely enjoy the art of building software, and you love to learn new things.

Experience with the following (or similar) technology:

Javascript/Nodejs

CSS/HTML

React

Single page applications

One other statically typed language such as Java or C/C++

RESTful Webservices

Service-Oriented-Architecture

Bonus Points:

GO

Angular

Jenkins

Puppet

Cassandra

Highly available distributed systems

Messaging systems such as Kafka (or 0mq or AMQ)

Continuous integration and TDD

Our Company

Betable is transforming one of the most impenetrable and highest revenue-generating industries in the world - gambling and betting. Like other disruptors of regulated industries (think Skype, PayPal, Uber) our vision is to democratize this $500bn industry, which is stifled by high-barriers to entry and long overdue for change. That change begins with Betable’s transformational platform infrastructure which allows any game developer to build legal gambling games without needing their own licenses and operate those games globally on any device. On the player side, our platform also gives players easy, safe and reliable access to the next generation of gambling content through the Betable Wallet. Through its developer platform and its player wallet, Betable aims to power the compliance, creation, distribution and consumption/monetization of all gambling and betting, leaving game developers do what they do best — build innovative and fun games.