What we do
We love software product development. Meaning we like to get involved early and guide the creative ideation and exploration at product inception, and then use our vast software delivery experience to grow the software into a valuable, loved product. At the other end of the software lifecycle, we rescue valuable products that have turned into nasty legacy. We also coach, mentor and train other companies on how to do software engineering right - from from big listed companies, other dev shops to startups; and have built a name as leading dev coaches in SA.
Why Work For Us
We are founded and run by entrepreneurially minded developers to create the environment we always wanted to work at - as professionals our colleagues are seen as associates, and can grow towards partnership. This means you will have plenty of autonomy in how you work, and the opportunity to grow immensely - the only limits are your ambitions.
We have a hacker and entrepreneur culture. Hobby tinkering and sidelines get encouraged, and can even get incubated with nReality resources if they show potential. We give autonomy and decision making ability to the team, but demand a high level of professionalism and sometimes give straight feedback - we treat team mates like adults. We reject the sigma that developers are unprofessional, lazy, drama queens - we are pros that are creating the future.
Our Engineering Processes
We are leaders in helping orginisations of all shapes and sizes in modern software engineering, favouring a high-feedback, high-collaboration, continuous delivery approaches. Obviously we apply what we teach in our own development, optimising the processes to the problem at hand. We see dev as a complex team-sport and firmly believe in using the right tool and practices for the job.
Our Hiring Process
We meet you for a "date", to checkout the fit and if you and we get excited about the prospect of joining as an associate. Each associate brings their own style and passions - so we don't expect a cookie cutter standard "resource". You will then just have to do our mini-project as test.