About our courses.
We've recently shifted to ASP.NET Core, but some of our courses are still written in MVC 5. In your daily routine, you'll cooperate with two other Training Specialists to create code snippets or even complete sample projects. As for the content of the courses, you'll be using any media that will suit the job: text, well-crafted screenshots, UML schemes, progress checks, or even videos. Once you master the product, you'll be able to put your skills to the test and prepare new questions for our official certification exam.
Our product development cycle gets shorter and shorter these days. The courses need to keep up with that pace. You'll demonstrate the new product features and APIs shortly after they get released to the general public. Therefore, you'll be one of the first people to work with the product (and thus have a chance to improve the product via direct feedback to devs).
You'll also have a chance—incentive even—to stay up to date with the newest technologies. You can sharpen your skills when working on the courses, or through our "Use Your Friday Well" initiative. Furthermore, you'll also have a chance to develop integrations and customizations for our learning management systems.
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What it looks like in practice.
We keep an agile and lean approach, so we constantly re-evaluate the needs of our customers. It is only us who maintains our backlog, no one else. We create the learning materials from start to finish—from gathering requirements, coding the solution, writing the courses, to maintaining the pool of certification questions.
Our team belongs to the Customer Education department. Our closest colleagues are Technical Writers, who maintain the documentation. Our goal is to create a well-integrated source of knowledge, so the courses and docs often refer to each other. We also cooperate closely with Solution Architects and Support Specialists. Last but not least, we work with developers. They give us peer reviews, explain complex concepts behind specific features, and teach us coding best practices.
In our innovation time, we sometimes create our own utilities, just to speed up our own work.
As for the way of working, although we prefer on-site work in our office, there's no problem with frequent remote work.
Our technology stack.
- C#, ASP .NET MVC 5 / .NET Core
- React, TypeScript a Vue.js
- HTML5, CSS3, LESS, SASS
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Is that you.
- You have experience of development, particularly C# and ASP.NET MVC.
- You can boil down complex concepts into concise and clear messages.
- You can plan ahead yourself.
- You can actively gather the information needed to get your job done.
We'll discuss all the remaining details either in person or in an online call. When all goes well, we'll gladly welcome you as our new full-time employee.