“When a few of my friends encouraged me to apply for a position in ProductDock, they told me about the great company culture and atmosphere, and I told myself: why not? And they were not wrong – it was the best onboarding experience of my entire career thanks to our Unit Leads Bruno and Miroslav, and especially thanks to Corina, our CPO. The three of them ensured that I was not thrown into the deep end and that my integration was easygoing but also very systematic. I guess that happens when you combine German thoroughness with the Balkan soul. I also remember how supportive my team was because no matter how often I asked them the same question, they always answered with the same patience and grace.”
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What our crew says
The great company culture and atmosphere
They love to share knowledge
“The main reason I like to work here is the people. They are all ambitious, curious, they are proactive and what’s most important – they love to share knowledge. That is what inspires me to give my maximum effort.”
ProductDock has a big trust in their people
“I love our company culture – flexibility, amazing working atmosphere, diversity, and knowledge-sharing. That’s something special and unique. What’s also impressive, is that ProductDock has a big trust in their people.”
It’s never boring at ProductDock
“It’s never boring in ProductDock: daily, we discover, discuss, refine and implement new product features that draw dealers and buyers to the platform we are developing. I think that ProductDock is a perfect place for all Java Backend people, such as myself, who are fed up with boring projects and want to expand their tech stack, like flexible working hours, team autonomy, and knowledge sharing. The freedom that we have when it comes to the choice of technology and problem-solving is proof that ‘autonomous project teams’ is not just a phrase, but something deeply embedded into the methodology and culture of ProductDock.”
Committed colleagues who are ready to help
“What helped me the most to be successful as a developer is my motivation and willingness to learn, dedication, and quite a lot of persistence. But most importantly, I think that each person in this line of business, especially a rookie, needs to have mentors by their side. I was really lucky in that regard, as I had and still have very committed colleagues who are ready to help with advice or valuable insight whenever there’s a need. This was crucial for my career path in ProductDock.”
Plenty of opportunities to learn and grow
“I was pleasantly surprised by the fact that Rookie BootCamp is not just a PR thing but an actual and efficient simulation of working on a real project for an actual client. It was great to be a part of this program. Not only that, I became part of a team after the internship ended. ProductDock is encouraging, supportive and above all – a professional working environment, with plenty of opportunities to learn and grow.”
What is #FailFastCulture? - Safe working environment
“The Fail Fast Approach that we strive for in ProductDock is the foundation of every successful team and company. It allows team members to see the goal clearly and feel a collective responsibility for achieving that goal. It also facilitates transparent communication and direct feedback culture. Still, most importantly – it creates a safe working environment where there are no stupid questions, and team members are encouraged to take risks to bring the team closer to its goal(s). There is no judgment, no pointing fingers, and it makes a great material for retrospective discussions because it allows the team to openly discuss what worked and what didn’t work, from which the entire team can learn.”