|Company Name||Uncorked Studios|
|Date Posted||Apr 18, 2012|
This position is open to junior developers, computer science students, and more advanced developers looking to shift careers.
Come foster your talents in an environment that gives you real challenges that make a difference, the mentoring to guide your growth, and experience on platforms and technologies that are absolutely the best out there. Our lead developers will expect a lot from you but also expect to be teaching and helping at the same time. Build an app or a site or prototype a technology or otherwise be uncorked.
All About Us - http://uncorkedstudios.com
Uncorked Studios builds creative and experimental mobile, social, and location products for people and brands. That’s not all, but its a good way to think about the gravitational center that attracts both agency and business clients to request our design and development services. Our portfolio includes mobile applications for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone 7, as well as traditional web and Facebook applications. Founded in 2010 by veterans from agencies and startups, the members of Uncorked have experience building digital products and campaigns for major brands as well as software products and services that touch hundreds of millions of consumers. We unearth and nurture value in everything we touch, both for clients, and for our original IP products.
We believe in people, especially our own. Our processes are oriented around enabling each team member to be focused and unblocked. We look for people who will thrive in a fast-paced environment where intrinsic motivation and intellectual curiosity are assumed. While we have official roles, we are all encouraged to mix our personal passions in, and use down time for new ideas and learning.
Qualifications that could matter:
Objective C for iOS, Java for Android, HTML5 for mobile capable websites, Ruby/Python/PHP for genius hackery, and who knows what else. Tell us why we care about your pet programming language; you might end up building us something in it (we did for the last intern).