Doing what you love, loving what you do. One of the success factors of doing a great job is having fun while doing it. In fact, we go as far as saying that the only thing we take seriously is our customers. That’s probably why you will be greeted with a smile whenever you enter our premises!
A healthy lifestyle is good for you, so we provide healthy snacks and support your lunch training. Don’t worry, if you like your occasional Coke with sugar on top, we have that too. But we don’t hire smokers. Why? Well, smoking has proved to be really bad for anyone’s health so it’s obviously very unsmart to smoke. And we only hire smart people.
Keep it simple
We always try to create things that are easy to understand and reduce complexity in everything we do: license agreements, marketing web sites and of course our products. Hard for us, simple for the user. Don’t over-analyze things. YAGNI. And yes, we really dig the Zen of Python.
Make a mark
We are a meritocracy with very little hierarchy which makes it easy to influence the way you work, the tech stack and our products. And since we’re a product company that owns the entire lifecycle, we encourage people to engage in projects they find interesting where they can contribute even if it’s outside their regular duties.
Be a team
Building and delivering a great product experience is a serious team effort where many people from different departments are involved both before and after end users begin using our software. This experience is only as good as its weakest link which is why we always take the time to help each other — we run this company together!
Come as you are
Your gender, beliefs, skin color or ties to the CEO’s brother don’t make a difference here. We don’t care much how you dress. We like (and encourage!) your geeky traits. And a PhD can mean as much as a good dose of livets hårda skola. As long as you’re smart, get things done and have the right personality — come as you are, do what you love.
Learn new things
Every third Tuesday all developers gather for a whole day of learning, experimentation and general tinkering. We also arrange several dev camps where all dev teams rent a cabin in the woods (typically) and stays there for a few days either meditating and learning or focusing on building something cool.