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Growing Our Development Team…

We are actively interviewing Intermediate and Senior Developers. Learn more about us below…

What is our purpose?

To promote social prosperity by developing software that enables people to get more done.

How are we living it now?

We develop software that allows our clients to increase productivity and bring in more top-line revenue. We then reinvest a portion of what we make in launching socially-minded applications.

Also, we ONLY want people that…

  1. Want to grow, both as developers and as professionals (i.e. soft skills)
  2. Have a positive outlook on life
  3. Are ready for a Company that only accepts the best
  4. Are comfortable being asked “What is your purpose?” and “How will you be your best you?”
  5. Finish their sprints, no excuses (aside alien invasions)

Please spread the word and reach out to us if you or your friends are ready to make the dive.

Apply online on our Job Board.

Be well and live with purpose.

Neel

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