Lots of developers have deliberately chosen to master the art of programming but instead find themselves in meetings, taking support calls, or accompanying sales people to visit prospects. This is probably not where your heart lies.
We have the golden 5-hour rule: every working day you have five uninterrupted hours during which you don’t respond to emails or calls, and don’t participate in meetings. We’ve seen a huge uptick in developer happiness and productivity.
One of the benefits of joining a growing team of developers (70 and counting) is the sheer awesomeness of knowledge and experience. We’ve adopted Spotify’s Squad Model so you will be able to join a squad where a senior tech lead will work with you to become a better coder. Through code reviews, training, retrospectives, and workshops you’ll harness new technologies and best practices.
Moreover, you’ll become a better coder because what we’re creating is not average stuff. Our products are part of complex customer infrastructures with lots of moving parts. There is a lot to learn with ample room to grow.
We’ve adopted a broad range of procedures to surround your work with proper checks and balances. Pull Requests, code reviews, testing strategies, continuous integration, DevOps, product management, sprints, and time to clean up tech debt are examples of the way we are avoiding chaos.
Our technology stack is based on industry-standard technologies such as C#, .NET, SQL Server, Angular, React, Docker, and Azure. We're using Visual Studio, GitHub, and various DevOps tools. For communication and documentation we use tools like Teams, Slack, and GitBook. On our development hardware runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux.
You work 8 hours per day, and that’s enough. Only in rare circumstances when a customer is facing a critical issue we stick around in the office to right what’s wrong. If this happens you can compensate your free time at a later date.
Submit your resume and we’ll take you through a quick 3-step interview process.