We are seeking a few developers who have a genuine interest in learning, implementing and pushing the boundaries of technology. If you started programming before college because you wanted to try out an idea, you are our ideal candidate. Not only are you an excellent programmer, you are also someone who sincerely enjoys the art of finding sophisticated and efficient ways of solving problems. You are someone who is constantly leveling-up your coding game by staying updated whether it is through blogs, side-projects, or participating in debates with your fellow geeky friends. If you take pride in your nerd cred, come join our team of talented techies.
Why it may be fun to work here:
* We take pride in what we do. We follow SCRUM (entirely, not just pick and choose what we like), we practice TDD, we hold code reviews, we teach during “Lunch n’ Learns” and we make you pay a dollar when you break the build and are late to daily stand-ups.
* We are both a .net shop and not a .net shop at the same time. We use C# along with ASP.NET MVC from the .net stack, but we also leverage AOP, DI and persistence framework like nHibernate. If you talk to our QA automation team, you might think we are a Ruby shop because we drive Watir tests using Cucumber.
* We score a 10 on the “The Joel Test.” Hallway usability testing and quiet working conditions are what’s holding us back. We’ve done occasional hallway usability testing but not consistent enough check “yes”. Although our cubical-less work areas can get noisy some times, we do offer a quiet room for those times you need to crank out that O(1) sorting algorithmm.
Oh yeah, we regularly have Foosball tournaments, game nights (massive XBOX LAN party with Wii stations and movies playing added as decoration).
If you are just out of college, outside of school, you should have at least a couple of development projects under your belt (either you have interned, worked part-time or have personal side projects to show for).
If you are more experienced, you must have excellent understanding of: MVC frameworks, object-relational modeling, relational databases and object-oriented programming. (We use C#, ASP.NET MVC, NServiceBus, PostSharp, NHibernate, MSpec, TypeMock, StructureMap and other goodies)
Competitive base salary + meaningful stock option