Wunderdog looks and feels like the Doggos that work at Wunderdog. We wanted them to tell you in their own words who they are and what they do!
Fresh git, shiny stack, getting things done & mega cool pöhinä. Those are the things I like.
Read Piispa's other blog post about pair programming.
At the moment I work with pretty normal web app & app project. The customer is small and really nice! I like the fact that I can literally just call out to the other side of the table if I need to ask or confirm something. I feel like things get done and they get done right.
It sounds like a cliché, but the best part of being a consultant is that you get to see so many different people and ways of working. That makes the job interesting. In each customer project, you learn and see new things. It also keeps you updated technology-wise. And even though you work in small teams at customers’, there’s always someone of the almost 80 wunderdogs who you can ask for help if you need it! A good consultant needs to have excellent tech skills and to know how things in coding are in 2018 but even more important is that you’re able to vibe the customer as people and as a business.
At Wunderdog we don’t judge or boost our egos at the expense of others. People are genuine and nice. I’d be happy to have lunch with anybody here.
I like it when shit gets done and when it gets done well. Or right. Most of all I like when colleagues and customers are respected as persons and professionals! This is where Wunderdog hits it home. The colleagues are awesome, and projects have nice stacks. Office Fridays are great! The OpenSource thing where we get compensation for our projects is cool too since coding is what I like! But at the end of the day, it’s the people who make this the best! You can always ask someone for help. Or for a beer.