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Meet Simon, Dina & Robbin

What does a typical day look like?

  • We have a longer planning meeting within the backend-team on Mondays where we go through the work that each person will focus on that week. The remaining days we have a shorter stand-up where the focus is more on if you need help/input from the team with the task that you are working on. Otherwise we try to keep the days as free from meetings as possible, so that each person can have as much focused work time as possible.

    Simon Johansson

    Senior Software Engineer

  • A typical day for me usually begins with a morning stand-up session with my manager. During this meeting, we discuss the day’s priorities and brainstorm approaches to tackle the challenges at hand. If I have an ongoing task that takes multiple days, we use the stand-up as a sounding board for ideas and guidance. Throughout the rest of the day, if there are no scheduled meetings, I primarily write code in Python, review code on GitHub, analyze data, and troubleshoot error messages.

    Dina Faraj

    Data Scientist

  • Daily stand-ups and other meetings. The rest of the time? An adrenaline-fueled adventure in the realm of coding and creation.

    Robbin Johansson

    Senior Software Engineer

  • I really believe in the product that we are building

    Simon Johansson, Senior Software Engineer

What's the best part of working as a developer/data scientist at SAVR?

  • We dare to try new things and challenge the product and the market!

    Robbin Johansson

    Senior Software Engineer

We are always looking for more skilled developers to join!

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