Careers

We are looking for future tech leaders

What makes Ragnarson’s attitude different from the rest of the market is that we want our developers to be future tech leaders. It means that besides technical expertise we emphasize their development in other aspects such as business knowledge, communication skills, or management.

If you see yourself in the next 5 years as someone who influences tech and team choices, Ragnarson is the place where you can acquire relevant skills. You can become a tech lead, startup owner, CTO, or an especially valuable team member.

We believe in and train the so-called T-shaped developers. This means that you have a deep specialization and broad general knowledge. We know that if you connect technical expertise with business skills, the outcome of your work will be astonishing.

How do you get there?

How do you get there?

Communication & business knowledge

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Direct collaboration and communication with startup founders and their teams.

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Direct collaboration and communication with startup founders and their teams.

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Direct collaboration and communication with startup founders and their teams.

How do you get there?

Feedback loops

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Daily reviews of pull requests within teams.

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Weekly sprints with clients and other teammates.

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Monthly one-on-ones with an assigned mentor. High level feedback and coaching.

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Biannual 360 feedback sessions. We meet in person and collect feedback in groups throughout an entire day.

How do you get there?

Transparency and self-management

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You set your own salary. It means that you need to have a great understanding of the rates within the company and on the market. Every 6 months you gather feedback from the team and adjust your rate without supervision.

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You have access to all company expenses including salaries from day one.

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You take part in the recruitment of new team members. Their financial expectations are always transparent to you. Your opinion influences who gets in.

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When you recruit people, you evaluate their skills in relation to their financial expectations. You always know what they are asking for.

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The same rules apply to other parts of the company and processes. You get access to our sales funnel, recruitment funnel, investment funnel, financial forecast and budgets, OKRs and annual goals. It helps you to better understand how business works and influences the quality of your decisions.

How do you get there?

Teaching and learning

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You participate in and present technical cases during our weekly stack exchange meetings.

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You learn from others and teach about anything the team finds useful. We usually cover topics like productivity, decision making, goal setting, healthy lifestyle, financial security, investing, etc. We do it at the monthly openRagnarson online meetings.

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T-shaped
developer

Knows how to talk about business with their clients
Has excellent communication skills
Receives and gives feedback on a regular basis
Has knowledge about the financial aspects of their work
Knows how to build a tech team
Teaches others and learns from the team
Sets an example for others

Our employee testimonials

Interview with

Nikodem

Nikodem
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Interview with

Adam

Adam
interview conducted by
Natalia Krakowiak
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