Place of work: Bratislava, Slovakia
Company: SOITRON - 2Ring
Wage (gross): from 1 300 €/month to 1 600 €/month. Your final salary will depend on fair and deep evaluation of your knowledge & expertise.
For our sister company 2Ring we are looking for junior full stack developers to help build and deliver modern cloud ready/native applications. Become a member of one of agile scrum teams and learn to use the most modern development technologies and methodologies.
Job offer information
- Analyze requirements
- Design architecture
- Develop, review, and test code
TECHNOLOGIES IN USE:
Languages and Frameworks
Other related technologies
PRACTICES IN USE:
- SPA frontends
- Microservice backends
- Scrum methodology
- Daily standups
- Collective code ownership
- Continuous integration
- Automated tests/builds
Digi Talents programme benefits
The job position is supported by the EU-funded labour mobility programme Digi Talents for ICT professionals between Slovakia and Moldova. The programme represents a unique opportunity to boost your professional career and more information at https://digitalents.md
In addition to the conditions and benefits from the company described above, the programme Digi Talents will provide you with additional benefits:
To apply for the job, you must fill out the application at https://digitalents.md/apply-form/
If you have any questions, contact us via emails [email protected] and [email protected]
Brief description of the company
2Ring is delivering modern cloud ready/native products and services to hundreds of thousands of users around the world. Partnering with world-wide gigants like Cisco, Genesys, SalesForce, ServiceNow and many others.
Brief description of the Digi Talents programme
Digi Talents programme is implemented with the financial assistance of the European Union, contracted by ICMPD through the Migration Partnership Facility. The contents of this document are the sole responsibility of EMA – Development and Mobility Agency (EMA) and Moldovan Association of ICT Companies (ATIC) and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the European Union and the one of ICMPD.