About the job: technical
As Android developers, we love using Kotlin and do it whenever we can (well, as long as it’s an appropriate tool for the job). Writing unit tests is part of our daily workflow, not an afterthought. We’re also in the process of applying the same approach to functional testing.
We host our repositories on GitHub. Pull requests get reviewed by product team members. You can review other projects and platforms too! Every project has Bitrise CI hooks attached so actions such as pushes and pull requests trigger various automated workflows. We have a bunch of test devices in our office that are hooked up to a test farm (OpenSTF), which means we can use them remotely as well.
We don’t stick to a solution if it’s not working – we use tools to fit our needs, not to control us. Technical and architectural decisions are all up to you and your development team.
About the job: non-technical
The hierarchy in our organization is flat. That means we do things “bottom-up”- there’s no need to go through layers of management to solve a simple issue.
Depending on the project, your team contains other Android developers, other platform developers, a QA engineer, a designer, and a scrum master. Usually, a team sits in one room (there’s no open space!), which makes for the excellent cooperation. We work in Scrum with 1-2 week sprints (depending on the project), but we use it as a framework, not a process, meaning we adjust it to fit a project’s needs. As developers, we try not to do Agile, but be agile. We keep our product backlogs in Jira and our documentation in Confluence. We also use Google Suite, Trello and Slack.
We have weekly Android team meetings where we discuss both the technical and non-technical. If you wish to attend iOS or web team meetings instead, you are free to do so. Occasionally we also do joint meetings if we want to discuss general development topics.
Developing native Android applications for international clients. We also do some Flutter, if you’re interested in that direction
Proven commercial experience in native Android development