You want to spend your days where your technical creativity and love for stylish, efficient code are allowed to flourish. You have a few years of experience in coding and move comfortably between different languages and databases, depending on the problem that needs to be solved at the moment.
You enjoy building web and mobile apps, as well as to experiment with VR / MR and IoT, and know when Arduino is preferable to Raspberry Pi. Our guess is that you own a soldering iron.
You keep it tidy and enjoy working according to agile methods. Overtime seems unnecessary. It is better to plan your work properly and be clear about where the uncertainties lie. This gives you peace and quiet at work, which increases the quality of your work and makes the job more fun.
As a developer at Prototyp, you will often be in touch with customers, but talking about engineering solutions with non-engineers is not a problem for you. It's all about using good metaphors.
You may not have a degree. Maybe you did something else than study, and learned a lot of things that may be useful in work life? You are, however, an easygoing person who likes to get nerdy in lunch discussions about everything from obscure popular cultural references in video games to how to cook vegan gourmet food.
At Prototyp we like to get our move on. We regularly go running and walking meetings is a favorite. Everyone is entitled to one free hour of work out each week. Maybe that's not your bag? That's alright, too.
On two occasions every year, we press pause on our regular projects, spend a weekend coming up with our own ideas, and a work week to build them. We call this our Prototyping Bootcamp, and it's one of the things that make our developers stand out from the crowd.
Apart from working with really great developers and people on meaningful projects, you'll like working at Prototyp if you enjoy:
- Working in small, tight teams
- Delivering projects on time without crunching
- Video games
- Board games
- Listening to music
- Creating music
- Soldering stuff
- Dismantling pop culture theories using logic
- Blockchain humor