Perks of working at Maxcode
You’ll be able to learn from other smart people, who care about building quality software as much as you do.
You’ll enjoy working in tight-knit Scrum teams, focused on delivering quality work at the end of each sprint.
You won’t be doing systematic overtime. If your team is running late on a project, we expect you to bring this up to management, not work late hours to keep up.
You will be listened to by your peers, your managers, and your clients. Everybody’s voice matters here.
You’ll also get flexible hours, the ability to work from home temporarily, great office equipment (you should try our chairs), a private medical subscription at Arcadia, fresh fruit each week, a fridge full of soft drinks. But of course, these don’t matter as much to you as the perks listed above.
Our recruitment process
During the first interview we focus on communication, social skills, algorithms and logical thinking abilities. We find that fundamental for being part of our team. If your skills are up to the level we are looking for, a second interview takes place in which the focus is shifted to your technical skills. In most cases an assignment is part of the application procedure.
Since Maxcode works according to Scrum, all team members are expected to discuss functionality or design with the Product Owner. These discussions take place in English. It is therefore important you are confident speaking English or are willing to become comfortable fast.
The internship takes place in Maxcode office in Iasi and provides an opportunity to participate in the development of web applications, in a company that approaches its projects based on Scrum.
What will I do?
You become a part of a team, work together, and commit yourself to the goal agreed upon by the team. Everyone in the team from senior to intern, from developer to designer is focused on living up to that commitment. So even without working experience, you are a full member of the team.
How long does it take?
The duration of the internship is 3 months. In the first week we train you in the basics of a Scrum Developer and teach you more cool stuff about how to develop web applications.
What’s in it for me?
In the following weeks, as part of your team, you participate in estimating, be in contact with the customer and experience all aspects of the projects. After your internship you have significantly increased your skills in the area of your technical expertise and also experienced a wonderful fun way of doing projects.
In the end, we evaluate you and provide you a list of achievements obtained during the internship. If you are passionate about developing or testing web applications and working with cutting edge technologies on exciting projects, this is the internship job for you.
Who should apply?
We are opening positions for .NET development. Ideal candidates should have experience with programming, possess strong knowledge of basic math, algorithms, data structure and OOP, and have a keen, analytical and structured approach to problem solving and testing.
If we think there is a potential match, we will most certainly contact you for an interview. If you want to visit our office, don’t be afraid to ask for that.
We’re looking to train:
- iOS Developers
- .NET Developers
- Automation Test Engineers
- Front-End Developers
Automation Test Engineer
- Our QA engineers are involved in every step of a project’s development. From the proposal phase, story implementation, clarifying issues with the client and to the project release and discussing future plans for it, all of them are important steps where their involvement is lifesaving sometimes.
- Our .NET developers enjoy working with C#, using ASP.NET MVC and Web API for our back-end applications. They’re also big fans of LINQ.
- Our iOS developers enjoy working with Objective-C/Swift, Cocoa, iOS SDK. And, of course, Xcode.
- They use frameworks such as Foundation, UIKit and CoreData.
- For communicating with server-side RESTful APIs they prefer using JSON over XML.
- Our source code is versioned using git and yes, we realize that’s both a blessing and a curse.