Hi, wanna meet us? We’re a bit geeky, but very successful group of engineers from Zagreb. We develop software solutions for our US clients – start-ups and larger companies. We now have these fancy clients, but not so long ago, our founder Bruno was a FER student, just like you. So, let’s take a closer look at who we are.
As we said, Bruno is our founder and CEO. But until recently, he was very much included in development, along with the rest of us. Bruno was a 4-time national competitive programming champion with a dream of having his own company one day. Since we’re such a small team (there’s about 30 of us), we’re very close-knit and anyone of us can share our ideas and thoughts with him. And we always like to pick his brain. 🙂
Then, there’s Jack, our US partner. Prior to Axilis, he was a co-founder of a 100-person consulting firm, one of the pioneers in customer experience strategy. He’s leading our UX team, but is also always here for the rest of us to wish us a happy Friday.
The largest part of our group is, as you can guess, our dev team. They like to work at Axilis because we have the luxury to choose our clients, so they can only work on the projects they enjoy and are challenging enough (yes, they’re very spoiled). They are all exceptional engineers, some of them even MS MVP’s, so we let them have it. And, there are also all these free candies in the office.
We also have a small, but not less important UX team. We believe UX decisions should be based on a research, numbers, experiences and agreements so we’re happy to have such cool and creative designers that share our thoughts. For finding our bugs, there’s our QA team. Along with the upcoming projects, we’ll expand the team, so if you have a keen eye for details, feel free to reach us.
As for the students, we’re a very engineering-driven company, so it’s not that important to us whether you have experience or not or which technology you use. We want to know how you think and what are your interests. It’s very important for us that you have a thirst for learning new technologies and that you can talk to our US clients with no problem (english is one of the few things we can’t teach you).
You’ve probably already heard about our extracurricular activities. One of them was JS school which we’re also planning to organise in 2018, so feel free to apply when the time comes.
But for now, we have a few MacBooks waiting for our new student colleagues. So, what do you think? Let’s have a talk.