Java Developer

Are you looking to join a team of talented develpers trying to solve digital challenges in pharma and healthcare?

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Who are we looking for?

Somebody who cares. You care that customers get the value they are paying for. You care that the product is usable and reasonably performant. You care that the CI build is green. You care that the code you write will be a basis for a long and prosperous product lifetime and therefore it has to be maintainable for years to come. You care about your own growth and welcome the challenge of having to learn new technologies. You care about doing your job well.

We don’t want just anybody who knows the Java syntax and will come to the office for 9-5. We want a colleague that will challenge us and point out when something is inefficient or plain wrong. Somebody that will learn and grow with us. This doesn’t mean you have to be a senior or have a PhD. If you’re a junior developer, simply having the hunger to learn is good enough.

We are friends and fitting in our culture is an important part, but we won’t shame you into giving up weekends and hobbies because “that’s what family does”. We’re remote-first and most of our interactions happen on Slack or on a video chat, so if you send a meme about a microphone not working during a video conference or something like that with your CV, you get a bonus point :)

(You don’t have to actually send a CV - links to your Github/Linkedin/Personal website/Blog are good enough - but the more info you give us the better)

Our tech stack

  • Languages: Java 8/11, Kotlin, JavaScript, Python
  • Frameworks: Spring, React
  • Databases: Postgres (plain and Aurora), Elasticsearch
  • Infrastructure: AWS, Docker, GitLab

The first thing we do on every new project is to automate. We automate build, running tests, quality checks, linting, deployment and everything else. So when you work on a project, you’re creating branches with Git, pushing them to our Gitlab, creating merge requests, receiving/giving code reviews and automation helps with the rest, including deployment.

Deployment usually means blue/green deployment into AWS ECS of a docker image build in Gitlab-CI or packaging and updating an AWS Lambda. By the time you start working here, we might even have Terraform in place (and if not you can help with it, if that interests you).

Metrics are pushed to AWS CloudWatch and logs to Papertrail. We’re considering using ELK+Prometheus+Grafana for monitoring and logs, but we haven’t decided yet and might just use NewRelic instead.


  • Communication. Since we're remote-first, it's vital that you'll be able to work responsibly even without a boss breathing down your neck, independently if need be, and regularly reporting progress. With great freedom comes great responsibility. This is simpler if you choose to work from our offices, but even then you'll be required to be able to communicate with other remote people.
  • Web development. Since almost all of our projects are web applications - mostly a REST API, but we also have a few classics with server-side templates.
  • Spring (Spring boot). But if you know Symfony, Nette, Ruby on Rails, Django, or basically any MVC framework, it's good enough and we will help you get up to speed.
  • Hibernate. We do use the Hibernate ORM heavily, but the architecture of our model is not what you know from Java EE. Interested? Drop us a message :)
  • Git. You have to be able to rebase with the grace of a Russian ballet dancer, but don't worry, we can teach you.
  • PostgreSQL. You should be able to diagnose an EXPLAIN faster than I can say Erbsenzähler, but if you at least know how to write SELECTs and what are indexes for, that's enough for starters.
  • Java. If you actually have some Java/JVM experience, that's awesome, but many of us are former PHP developers that switched to Java and it worked out just fine.
  • Docker. You should be able to at least start a local database in a docker container from docker-compose.yml, but if you also know how to build your own Dockerfiles, that is a nice bonus.
  • AWS. We expect you to gradually learn at least basics of "the cloud" and eventually able to at least reason about AWS services, buckets, lambdas, etc. Initially, you'll probably be doing just development, but if you know anything about AWS, we are hungry for any knowledge you can share with us.
  • Python. We have a few projects in Python (mostly AWS Lambdas) and it would be great if you were not afraid to also work on them, but it's not a hard requirement.


  • Money. We believe that you alone know the best what makes you happy and it's better if we pay you a fair wage and you buy it yourself than giving you less money so we can have a pingpong table at the office.
  • Impact. We probably won't "save the planet", but our work actually helps people. Thanks to our PriceMonitor, we're helping to make medicine cheaper. Thanks to our patient registry, we're helping to keep track of innovative medicines, making them safer. Thanks to our Market Access Monitor, we're helping to get new medicine to the market faster.
  • Smart colleagues. You'll have people to learn from and people to teach what you know.
  • Clean code. We're very proud of the quality of our software. It's not perfect, but we can objectively say it's way above average.
  • True remote. We're remote-first and as long as you have a working internet connection, we don't care where you work from! We will need you to be able to sync up with us with the occasional video call, but apart from that, pick whatever timezone you want.
  • Offices. Our offices are simple, but they're there if you prefer to work with your pants on. And you can work from all of our offices, anywhere in the entire the world! So far we're only in Prague and Brno, but hey, you never know :)
  • Diverse work. Are you sick of writing API endpoints? That's not all we do here. You'll be also regularly improving our ETL data pipeline. You might even have the opportunity to play with the machine learning model for cleaning structured data, that we're working on right now - it's not just a buzzword on our conference booth, we're actually experimenting with sane applications of machine learning.
  • Not a startup. Well, we kind of might be (depending on the definition), but we're aiming for a "lifetime company" by building a sustainable business, with happy customers and happy employees.


Send us your CV: We are looking forward to answering all your questions.

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