We are a small team made up of ex-startup and agency developers that have gone it alone to work together on interesting projects, with good people and to not take it all too seriously - especially right now…!
We specialise in building products for startups and since the projects last 6-12 months we get to build things we're proud of - product and code-wise. Having worked in startups we work in sprints, deploy constantly, do pull requests and so on, so it’s no wild west affair.
Our most exciting project is building a challenger bank similar to Monzo and Starling for a client in Singapore. It has been going on for 6 months and will continue for at least another 6. We’ve done this using React Native and serverless Python. We have other projects going on too such as software for an immersive projector system and a restaurant supplier marketplace.
Our office is in the Truman Brewery on Brick Lane, but mostly gathering dust right now as you might expect 😥
We are looking for mid-senior level developers that ideally can do a bit of everything. A focus of either front or back-end is fine but the ability to do either when required is what we need.
We want to help you improve as a developer but not hold your hand. We’re looking for someone who enjoys taking ownership of their part of a project (or the whole thing) and will take it upon themselves to deliver something excellent. You can even get into the design too if you want, it’s all pretty flexible.
Tech-wise it's pretty standard - we mostly use react and react native on the front-end, python/django for the backend, and we deploy to AWS where we also dabble in serverless. We very often do UX/UI design for the client too so if you like that there is scope to be involved in that too.
You are a mid-senior level developer (3-5+ years) who like us has either worked in a startup or agency is looking to enjoy coding on fun projects with good people. You're pretty flexible as being a young outfit we play a little loose and fast so you don’t require rigid structure. If you like front-end then react experience is essential, and if you like back-end then we'd need python. At the end of the day it's just code so as long as you're good at writing it we don’t care.