We are a team of 14 people within the AppUnite family, working on a product for various industries.
We do our best every day to help our clients with the challenges that they are facing. We feel responsible for what we build and we are not afraid to take ownership. We value quality. We think about the final product, not just the mere lines of code. We believe that individuals and interactions are more important than processes and tools. We aim to shape the way we work rather than accept the status quo.
What we do?
We work on a product that started as a social media platform and expanded to other industries such as fintech or audio conferencing. This variety allows us to solve truly diverse problems, use a broad spectrum of technologies, and touch multiple areas of software development. We have obtained a significant user base, so we need to solve the problems at scale, which proves to be a challenge that drives us every day. Right now we are working on about 17 different applications - 6 iOS apps, 6 Android apps, and 5 Web apps. We want to make all these systems perform well and keep up with their growth, so we need you.
Why should you choose to join our team?
What do we use?
What does typical work week look like?
We work in a 1-week long sprints.
On Monday you will join a Company-wide meeting, where we talk about current matters and occasionally we watch a presentation prepared by the team members.
Our team is also catching up with a client, to check if there are some issues that we should attend to during the next sprint, if there should be some shift with the current priorities, and to give our client a chance to give us an update on what is going on on his site.
On Tuesday we run our weekly meetings - we kick off with the internal sprint review, where we discuss whether current sprint goals have been fulfilled and what should be done in the next one from our perspective. After that we have a sync call with the client, we show him what we have achieved over the week and we discuss together, what will we develop over the next one. Last but not least, at least once per month, we will also run retrospective, where we discuss current problems and propose improvements.
For the rest of the week, we only have development-related meetings - and we only run them if there is something that should be carefully discussed, such as feature estimation or technical solution of a complex problem, when multiple platforms need to get involved. Other than that we use Slack for everything that can be discussed in an asynchronous manner.
How to make sure that you are a good fit?
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