We conceptualise and develop software solutions for Android and iOS. We thoroughly analyse our clients’ issues to provide them with extra value. As an iOS developer, you will be working as part of our team to develop new apps as well as to maintain and refine existing client apps.
HOW WE WORK
At Karlmax Berlin, fixed teams work using cross-functional and agile methodologies on client projects from different industries. Even small projects are done as a team and profit from all our developers’ know-how. We organise collaboration in processes that combine SCRUM and Kanban with everyday agency life. One goal is always to iteratively improve our own processes. For quality and flexibility, we rely on mutual code reviews, continuous integration and automated tests.
Our developers use Xcode or AppCode in their daily work. We write new projects Swift while existing projects are partly maintained in Objective-C. We organise our tasks in Jira or partly with other systems that our clients use. For source code management, we rely on git. We implement continuous integration with Jenkins and Fastlane or Xcode Server. And we deliver test versions via AppCenter and TestFlight.
With your experience, you will bring new developments and trends to our team, support other developers in their daily work and the product owners in important decisions. Before we accept a project, we look at the requirements and schedules of the projects together. We plan our work for the long term, so that work-life balance is not an empty promise.
WHAT WE EXPECT FROM YOU
If you decide to apply, we would like to get to know you. Write us what we should know about you. How do you like to work? Under which conditions do you work best? We're looking forward to hearing from authentic people who are fun to work with in a multidisciplinary team.
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