Frederik Bohn Developer
Scout24 operates leading digital classified platforms, including AutoScout24 and ImmobilienScout24, in Germany and other selected European countries. We talked to Luiz Scheidegger, Head of Technology - Core Experience, and Boris Danne, Business Development Manager, from AutoScout24. They filled us startup life, the demand for software developers in Munich and how it feels to be part of one of city’s biggest tech successes.
Kado Damball Company
With the rise of automation in nearly every industry, there is still a considerable debate on the nature of jobs responsible for the automation. Jobs can vary from linguistics in natural language processing, predictive modeling in data mining to software engineers in self-driving cars. However, there has to be some underlying distinction between the jobs, at least as far as machine learning (ML) is concerned.
Hugo Duksis Developer
Andy Smith is CTO at Wercker, an Amsterdam-based tech company providing a continuous delivery system using containers. Andy joined Wercker two and half years ago and oversaw the transition of the platform from LXC to Docker. When hiring developers, Andy pays special tribute to open source contributions, valuing a broad portfolio of open source projects.
Johanna Dahlroos Developers
Ada Lovelace is a household name for most technology enthusiasts, but when asked to name other influential women in technology, this often turns out to be quite challenging. Technology and science have traditionally been considered male-dominated fields, so perhaps it’s not so surprising that only 12% of engineers are women, despite of the fact that women make up 47% of the total work force.
Emma Tracey Developers
Sasha Pliusnina Developer
The term Agile first appeared in 2001 in the Agile Manifesto. Agile prioritizes short iterations, early delivery, continuous integration, and fast responses to market changes and customers feedback. Since that time, Agile has become incredibly popular and is used by companies such as Google, Electronic Arts, Salesforce and Amazon.
Sasha Pliusnina Developers
Ruby was developed in the mid-1990s by Yukihiro Matsumoto, as an object-oriented scripting language, which was more robust and flexible than either Python or Perl. The release of the Rails framework in 2004 catapulted Ruby to fame outside Japan and since then a passionate open-source community has developed. Today the language is used in production at many tech companies.
Kathrine Nicolaisen Developers
Janet Todorova HR
Have you ever wondered how software is built? Here is an attempt to explain software development by using an analogy with theatre. Let’s imagine we have a theatre production to stage and a software product to launch. The theatre art has some surprising similarities with software development.
Kathrine Nicolaisen Company
Faced with the closure of his previous startup, Nico Ulbricht began searching for new job opportunities in Berlin and came across Honeypot. Following a call and a code review, Nico became visible to companies on Honeypot: