Yes, fluency with particular languages and frameworks is important, but it's not the key driver of our success. A world-class software engineer with a firm grounding in the basics can pick up a new framework in a matter of days, and become awesome enough to begin delivering meaningful value within a matter of weeks. Especially when they've got permission to fail.
This leads us to what we care about most: creating a culture that rewards problem solving and experimentation. You can't abseil without edging backwards off a cliff. You can't produce the most impactful solutions of your career if you aren't wrestling with unique and challenging problems. And you can't innovate and grow if you don't experiment with new ideas.
Culture only exists in a community that connects.
It's core to who we are as a team to connect in ways that matter. To us this means things like:
- Teaching and learning at our Lineate Dev School
- Holding weekly Lunch 'n Learns
- Monthly Project Fairs where teams present cool work
- Parties and celebrations across all our offices
We are also serious about sharing knowledge, what we are thinking about, and what we are learning, with the wider tech community.
Employee Spotlight: alexey starostin
From a student at our "Sunday Dev school" to Lead Software Engineer.
We're shining a spotlight on one of our favorite home-grown talents: Alexey Starostin.
Check out our interview with Alexey where he tells all about his early days at Lineate, his favorite things about working here, and how he's come to hold the unique position as resident ADA and Accessibility specialist.Learn more
With great power comes great...
…results. But we take our responsibility just as seriously. Given the power of our technology, we believe we have a duty to make sure it:
1. Helps make the world a better place.
2. Empowers people to be better.
We follow these two tenets every time we make an engineering decision. They impact everything from how we handle data, to how we implement workflows and boost user engagement. We ask the hard questions with our customers and make decisions about how to build software through this lens.
As an example, most businesses want to increase engagement with their products, services, or content. But real engagement means an exchange of ideas or value. Engagement is not about gaming human behavior—it's about giving users a truly rewarding experience. Take that, addictive app-makers.
if you're obsessed with software development, we want to hear from you.
If you're excited by helping ambitious businesses build awesome applications on top of complex data, and have some talent and ambition of your own, please do contact us.
If you are looking for a culture that applauds experimentation, being authentic and paving your own way; where people work hard and genuinely enjoy a team spirit, please do contact us.
Right now, we're actively looking for some experienced folks for the following roles: