First things first: welcome! We’re glad you’re here to learn more about what it's like to work at SmashFly. Yeah, it means building and architecting marketing automation software for recruiting. But it’s more than that. It’s about working somewhere that has the stability of working with Fortune 500 brands all while having the startup vibe. It means teaming up and working with some of the smartest people around. Our team is made up of passionate people constantly looking to learn new things and implement the latest and greatest. We're also flexible. We have an open vacation policy, which is huge and ensure that we're all re-charged and ready to take on the development of our software and our own skills. But, enough about this…the best way to describe Engineering at SmashFly is through the words of the people who work here.
"We’re a software company, so our engineers are everything to SmashFly. That’s why it’s so important that we have a team made up of talented, dedicated and collaborative people. Our team is both smart and fun. They’re the ones you go to when you a need a creative solution, and their ideas and feedback help bring our software to some of the world’s biggest brands. Oddly enough, our engineering team is curiously musical. Many of the core members of our SmashFly band wear engineering hats during the day."
“Our software engineers work across several agile teams to produce a truly multi-tenant, SAAS product. We’re constantly collaborating and we know that what we’re building positively impacts people and businesses. Our software’s design is modern, secure and scalable. This gives the team a great deal of flexibility to add new features, take on new customers and release changes quickly. We use continuous integration and delivery to bring new features or bug fixes to our customers as soon as possible. All of this ensures that the quality of our software is top rate and developers spend more time developing.”
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“Our regular sprint teams have been working on bugs for the past few iterations and we’ve been extremely light on front-end bugs. Mike (the CEO) spoke with Wes and me about a project to extend our form functionality from being just an internal tool to something much more broad. We were given the freedom to choose the technology and build the features the way we thought would be best for our customers. We’re just starting now, but it’s a very fast moving project that will have immediate impact on the business.”
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