Android. The humanoid robot. Constantly growing, improving, adapting. Users expect peak performance - everyday. No downtime, no excuses, no exceptions. As a developer, you need to tackle the process head on, from conception to realization, ending with the perfect Android app. Do you have what it takes?
Profound knowledge of Java, Android SDK's, Android Studio, as well as general Android design guidelines and other conventions.
Experience with object-oriented programming & software design patterns, Git for version control, handling RESTful API's.
Preferably some work experience within the IT industry and / or in an agency.
We don't require a specific level of German for the job, but our office language is German, so you should be able to communicate (spoken and written) with everyone comfortably.
Flexibility, self-discipline as well as teamwork and communication skills are some of the most important qualities we look for in applicants.
Programming native apps for our clients, as per their request, with plenty of room to express your own creativity.
Creating high-quality software - from conception to realization.
Mutual code reviews and support from our junior consultants.
What You Can Expect
As an Android developer at adabay, you will work on a variety of projects for medium to large-sized companies on an international scale.
You will work in teams often, but will still be allowed the space and time to tackle problems on your own.
Joining Our Team
Send us a quick email with your résumé and 2-3 code examples from some of your last projects. You should expect to hear back from us within a week or so.
We'll discuss the rest after you swing by our adaBAR for a drink.
- The best way (and place) to start your professional life
- Full responsibility for your own tasks, even as a beginner
- Exciting projects
- A relaxed working atmosphere with a young, competent team
- Plenty of room to try new things and grow your professional skill set
- Flexible working hours
- A modern office in Munich with a great view
- Tons of fun
Have a minute?