Wizz Air, Coca-Cola, Telekom - just to name a few companies with whom we create campaigns, websites, apps and other complex digital solutions. These clever things make us really proud in the end, while the process itself can put a smile on our faces almost every day (excluding deadlines, that is). We have a developer team of 50, working in different units on different domains like lottery, aviation, various digital campaign assets (like Telekom’s web app for music festivals, or a custom alarm clock app for Olympic athletes) and they are also responsible for developing our own internal tools. If you like how all this sounds, your native tongue is PHP and you’re not intimidated by using MySQL and working with OO patterns, we would love you to code for us!
Developing large scale web applications, API’s and contributing to our previous projects. Yes, there are a few legacy ones but we are well on track with moving away from MVC.
Reviewing your peers’ code and participate in the team’s planning process.
Testing and documenting applications.
You are fluent in OO PHP (preferably 7.x).
You have experience with a modern MVC framework like Yii 2 (or Zend, Symfony, Laravel etc.).
You handle relational MySQL databases with a steady hand.
You are committed to commit: we use Git but it's fine if you’ve only encountered SVN so far.
Your English is good enough to understand technical documents. (If you’ve made it this far, you’ve probably passed the test.)
You have experience with automated testing frameworks.
You know DDD and dare to use it.
You are familiar with caching and any of the fancy backends like Couchbase, Redis, Memcached etc.
Your Linux knowledge is on user-level.
You are a CI/CD fan, because we are, too.
We have only one rule: take your work seriously, everything else should be easy and fun. Ok, that’s basically two rules. Here are some benefits you get by working with us:
We got you covered if you need medical treatment. Hope you won't need to test it though.
Mito Hackathons, Mito Academy, Mito Brainy, Mito Showcase. There's a lot of events to keep our knowledge fresh - we know, we should invest more time in naming them.
If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, we wouldn't need the health coverage. Anyway, every now and then, there's some fresh fruit and snacks up for grabs.
Or 10 to 6. Or whatever. You can manage your time quite flexibly, if you do everything the others need, on time.