|Work Location||Berlin, Germany (Deutschland)|
|Salary Range||USD 8000 — USD 10000 monthly|
|Experience Required||6 years|
|Employment Type||Full Time|
|Vacancies Available||1 available|
Our Berlin based client is looking to appoint a C++ Developer to join its successful team.
Do you believe in beauty when it comes to programming? Do you have a vivid interest in elegant algorithms? Are you fluent in C++? If so, we would like to meet you. Here is what we offer in a nutshell:
· A wide array of extremely challenging C++ development tasks
· An international team of brilliant minds
· A working environment that makes this team stay and grow
· Enough time to make sure that every detail of your solution is perfect
· A flat organization and plenty of room for your ideas
· No scheduled meetings
· Family-friendly working hours, no deadlines, no overtime
· Support for relocation
· A competitive salary from the start and a raise to EUR 120,000 annually after only one year
About the client
Our client is a fast-paced software company in Berlin, Germany, with a focus on developing graphics products that stand out from the crowd. More than 750,000 users world-wide rely on our software for their daily business as it makes creating graphical presentations so much easier, faster and more enjoyable. Among our customers are many renowned consulting companies and large international corporations.
We do not have to make compromises with regard to code quality and beauty, because think-cell is profitable and has no outside investors. We are willing to go the extra mile of developing sophisticated algorithms and refining our user interface, and we are proud of our many happy customers. The fact that the company is owned and managed by seasoned computer scientists certainly contributes to a working environment that makes exceptional developers come and stay.
About the software
Our focus is on business slides (as opposed to more artful applications) because they offer great potential for automation of layout tasks that are traditionally performed by PowerPoint users themselves. Challenges are plenty: from a solid understanding of what makes a good layout and which guidelines are followed by humans who do manual layout, to algorithms that produce an acceptable output fast enough for interactive slide design, to a graphical user interface that supports our new, original approach to slide layout in a way that is easy to understand yet unobtrusive, to solid technical solutions for automatic bug reporting and automatic updates, to compatibility with third-party software on the computers of half a million users.
Here are some highlights of what we have done.
Everything we do is C++. Even our customer portal is written in C++. There is some Assembler glue code where it is necessary, and our build scripts are written in Python, but other than that think-cell is all about C++.
Naturally, we use C++ features like lambdas and rvalue references throughout our code base, and have switched to C++17 where our compilers support it.
We fund the working group for programming languages of the German Institute for Standardization (DIN). Some of our employees are members of this committee and vote in the international standardization process of ISO/IEC C++.