Studi & Binogi - Stockholm - Full time
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Do you want to develop a successful EdTech product that makes education interesting, accessible, and playful to hundreds of thousands of children? Join us as our next full stack developer!
The Studi e-learning platform is used by more than 200 000 students in Sweden. Our impact on success for students receives glowing feedback. We are a stable business, and now have ambitious plans for the international market. We are a creative company of script writers, animators, voice artists, and developers. Your work will be at the heart of this, building tools to power up our content production and internationalization capabilities.
At Studi our team is small enough for you to leverage all your experience. You will design database schemas one day, create an API endpoint and frontend consumer on the next, and scale up the infrastructure on the third. You will work with a tight-knit team of five skilled colleagues and participate all the way from inception and development to release and follow up. Feedback is close at hand, and fast.
We work in an agile environment with retrospectives, prioritization, and dailies. We strive to automate away all the boring stuff, help each other, and always get better. We like clean code, a pragmatic approach, and quick decisions.
We embrace diversity and equal opportunity in a serious way. We are committed to building our team so that we represent a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be. Different makes us better.
Sounds like you? Easy-apply without CV. We look forward connecting with you!
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Studi was founded 2011 in Stockholm, Sweden. We use technology to make education more interesting and playful. Today, we are the largest digital learning material compliant with the Swedish national curriculum. Studi and its sister company, Binogi, is currently operating in Sweden, Germany, Canada and Tanzania.