What is codedamn looking for from you?
Note: Due to the high volume of applications received on this role, please make sure your application stands out on the first look to make it to the interview.
- At least 1-1.5 years of experience as a developer. Note: This does not mean you should have industry experience. Even if you're a hacker student and have worked on your own projects for a long time and understand things you do, like for real, you're good.
- An understanding of DevOps and automation is a bonus. We use GitHub Actions a lot.
- We prefer keeping code boring and simple for the most part. Exciting code is usually a sign of bad code.
- Ability to sit down and google - you should be a good googler. No exceptions here. If I am able to find the answer to your general technical question in the first 4 results of a google query, that is a bad sign for you.
- Comfortable with our tech stack - We understand people like different tech for different ways and completely respect that. 2 + 2 is 4, but so is 3 + 1. However, we would want to maintain a clean, concise, and tight tech stack without using 100 different technologies right now. Make sure you review our tech stack and see if you're comfortable with it.
- Past experience in managing and mentoring junior engineers is good.
- Communication skills and being kind to others, even when they do errors and mistakes.
- Organize and mobilize a team around a product vision.
- Sense of ownership
- Drive to build
- Ability to learn and iterate quickly - as an intern, you will come across a lot of things that are new to you. Failing fast, getting up faster, and iterating even faster is expected.
Our tech stack is slightly more varied than this, but this is a broad overview of what we use. (This does not mean you should know all of them, this is just for your reference to what we use at codedamn)