What kind of people do you look for?
We work very hard to find people who fit our culture, and a lot of experience. This is not just a
apple pie” statement. We’ve had the fortune of working with really high caliber people in the US and are our
expectations are pretty high.
We’ve gotten pretty good at recognizing and attracting the “good ones.”
Breadth and depth of experience is important and we look for that first, but sometimes we run into young
with “superstar” written all over and those go to the top of the list as well. The Nearsoft Academy trains
developers into world class software engineers.
We’re also wary of “brilliant jerks,” we don’t need people who are great at their craft, but can’t work as
First and foremost, candidates have to have a very good, fluent English, both spoken and written.
They have to fit and work well with our current teams. Although people are assigned to
specific clients, we all
have to work together as a community.