We're looking for Scala/Java developer with a passion for functional programming to join our rockstar team of product engineers and designers in Copenhagen.
As our new Scala developer you will be an integral part of the engineering and product teams at our office in Copenhagen.
Curious to see who who you will be working with? Meet the team right here: https://theorg.com/org/theorg
Our stack is run fully on AWS. We use Sangria and Akka http for our Graphql API, Akka streams for our internal web crawler and Slick for data access. We are also upgrading our backend to make structuring it easier by employing functional paradigms applied via cats and possibly ZIO.
The ideal candidate:
- Has 2-3 years of professional experience in Scala/Java
- Is well acquainted with functional programming paradigms
- Has experience using technologies such as Postgres, Elasticsearch, Redis
- Is passionate about Scala and loves to learn and share their knowledge
Do the dishes - We pitch in and volunteer to do whatever is necessary regardless of our seniority or what our job description says. Sometimes we literally need to do the dishes.
Crank the things - We value people that take initiative and execute on their ideas. Take risks, fail fast, and keep learning. Don’t overthink the solution.
Hygge - A Danish word meaning “cozy” or “belonging” representing our team community. We take care of our people and want to build a deep bond with our colleagues.
What we offer
- Competitive salary + equity
- Great office in central Copenhagen with private outdoor terrace
- 5 weeks vacation
- Open kitchen fully stocked with drinks and snacks + free lunch
- Social events, get-togethers and international travel opportunities
If you want to hear more about our company and you're excited about the opportunity, reach out to email@example.com and let's get coffee! ☕️
We do not consider applicants who exclusively want to work remote.
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