Laravel Developer
Do you eat, drink and breath Laravel?

Is this journey for you?

Over the last 3 years, we’ve built some amazing platforms, ranging from improved care for cancer patients to automating operations of skill development non-profits, the list of applications is endless. Most of these platforms were built on Laravel.

Over the last few months, we have experienced a tremendous growth in the social and healthcare sector. The need for building meaning software for these sectors is growing and this year we’re planning to bridge the gap with more applications. Most of them will be built on Laravel.

To sum it up, we love the Laravel framework and we’re looking for one of you to join our tribe. We’re welcoming freshers who have just graduated as well as experienced professionals who can bring some fresh perspective to our team.

We guarantee an immense amount of professional and personal growth, opportunity to work and build and a competitive salary based on your skills, values and what you bring to the table.

Your itinerary

You will be required to work as a full-stack developer, capable of working on applications independently. You are the owner and the delivery in-charge of your code. To dive into the details you will be:

  • Developing in Laravel on the LAMP stack
  • Understanding the business domain and working in close proximity with the clients to discuss requirements and deliver end to end results
  • Building
    • custom software, developing on both clientside and serverside.
    • integrations with 3rd party tools and services
    • unit tests for your modules
  • Owning the maintenance of cloud infrastructure for your applications.
  • Working collaboratively in a healthy environment of learning and knowledge sharing
Evolve as a professional

Apart from work, we expect you to read, write and grow as a software developer. Watch Laracasts over Netflix at night and hog on these books:

  • Pragmatic Programmer, by Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas
  • Passionate Programmer, by Chad Fowler
  • Code Complete 2, by Steve McConnell
  • Version Control by Example, by Eric Sink

If you like the above-mentioned list, go for these as well.

  • The Goal, by Eliyahu M. Goldratt
  • Eat that Frog, by Brian Tracy
What you need to begin your journey

We expect graduates to be adept at the basics.

  • Languages – PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, MySQL
  • Learning new technologies and frameworks
  • Object – Oriented Programming, MVC architecture
  • Concepts – Databases, SDLC, data structures.

If you’ve gained certain experience in the field we expect you to have a holistic knowledge of Laravel and PHP ecosystem :

  • Frameworks and libraries
    • Back-end programming: Laravel 5.6, WordPress, CodeIgniter
    • Front-end programming: ECMAScript 2016, SASS/LESS, Bootstrap3/4
  • Tools – Git, Github, SublimeText/VSCode, NPM, Composer, Grunt/Gulp, Browser DevTools, Linux shell
  • Concepts – Version Control, Design Patterns, Continuous Integration and Testing frameworks in Laravel, performance optimization, programming standards and best practices.
  • Infrastructure: Amazon Web Services like EC2, S3, Route 53, RDS, ELB; Web servers (Apache or Nginx), REST APIs