Are you looking for an employer who cares about you as a person and where you feel involved in everything that concerns you? Welcome to JellyHive!
Who are we? We are a successful IT consultant company and our philosophy is that the
company is our employees.
Who are you? You are a system developer (fullstack, frontend, backend), and/or maybe also a scrum master, test lead, devops etc.
What we offer you Participation in developing the company with generous benefits.
Now that you know us, is time for us to get to know you. Let’s connect! Hit us up on GitHub.
I think it's important to find a balance between work and family.
Besides a great technical commitment in the customers projects, I think it's important that I can contribute to create a pleasant and joyful atmosphere at work among colleagues. I feel satisfied when I know I'm doing a good job and when I'm appreciated for my work. I also feel satisfied when I'm running, skiing, learning my son to swim, drinking a glas of wine on fridays, and when I got some own time.
Right now, I am working at a large company in Gothenburg and participate in their "transformation", from locally hosted monolit to micro services hosted in the cloud. Here I work with the latest technology, which is both fun and challenging.
I think it's important to find a balance between work and family. Running is a good way to relax and it's also a stress handler. I also try to sqeeze some golf in between different family activities, that otherwise get the biggest focus on my spare time.
I'm a dad of four who loves programming.
It was a love that began when I was 8 years old and a magic white screen with a single black cursor on top looked at me for the first time. It was the Sinclair ZX81 and it had a baffling 16k ram. I typed on the ridiculously small keyboard (with no keys) and hoped to God that the power supply wouldn't be interrupted before I could save my program to tape.
The progression went on to ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, and then, the Amiga. I held on to the Amiga much longer than most people what call healthy. I did my C and C++ university assignments on an Amiga 1200 while my classmates used Sun Sparc or even the dreaded PC. Those things were not for me. I even did my first commercial web site on the trusted A1200. Today, I'll admit it was a bit of a pain, but it worked, and I got paid :slightly_smiling_face:
Eventually I went on to the PC and now I am using Microsoft products on a daily basis. 25 year old Jakob would not believe you if you told him, though.
Besides programming I am a football fan and you will often find me at Gamla Ullevi when IFK plays at home. The best team in the world according to me is Juventus (in case you wonder). Also, I enjoy a good bike ride, preferably in the woods on my MTB.
I love being a consultant, since it provides a lot of different challenges in various line of businesses.
It is interesting to me that work can switch between the worst and the best, depending on the current status of the problem I'm trying to solve at the moment.
My time away from work is best spent with my family. Nothing beats getting home and be greeted by the smile of my daughter! I also like to go for a run to clear my head, or sometimes pick up a guitar or bang on the drums.
Formula 1 is my favorite sport and I been to a couple of races. For vacation I prefer skiing and I wish there could be more snow here in the winter...
Web developer that loves the internet, based in the 3rd friendliest city in the world: Göteborg
I love web development in all it's forms, although I have mostly been doing EPiServer/asp.net developmnet, Now days I do most front end development in ReactJS, VueJS and Angular. Azure is a large part of most assignments, so I do that too.
When not irritating my collegues with rants about my new Dell laptop's shortcomings, I like to run far and long into the forest. Preferable in some light rain. Like my music in minor key. If I should list my favourite things, they are (but not limited to): spring, new york comedies, pub quizzes, rhodesian ridgebacks, socks that just fit my feet, ice in my drink, jeans, photography, wikipedia, physics, books by Erland Loe, new and old friends, heavy metal.
A dedicated system developer, consultant and CEO for JellyHive.
I have the greatest job in the world. Besides having the honor of being CEO of JellyHive and work together with my colleagues for a common goal, I also have the opportunity to work close with our clients to help them succeed.
I totally love coding, whether it is a about building a large and complex system for a customer or automating my home using small microcontrollers. C# and .NET is my primary language and platform but I love the fact that this work is about embrace new technologies every day.
My career has been a great adventure where I have had the opportunity to work within a wide variety of areas. Right now I'm working at the agency responsible for public transport services in the Västra Götaland region of Sweden, which is the second largest in the country. Our mission is to further develop and improve their backend ticket system for mobile use. It is an exciting domain where we can utilize modern technology facing high demands on a system that is widely used and is well-known by the public.
I enjoy my spare time together with my family, preferably at our weekend cottage where we can come one step closer to nature. Other things i love is travel, cook, eat and drink good, play golf, work out, podcasts, electronic music, paddle sea kayak when the weather allows or windsurf when the weather is reversed.
Techie from the dark forests up north who loves IT
Started my career over a decade ago in a small company as a DBA and has since work in a wide variety of technologies and domains including, but not limited to, .NET, Node, Azure, IT security, business intelligence, the car industry, loyalty programs and e-commerce systems for banks. In later years I have specialized in .NET Core development and Azure. In my spare time I love to be out in the garden, playing with the kids, making and/or drinking mead, checking out new cool tech, doing some small time farming, renovating the house, going on a stroll through the forest or watching football.
Team work is key, since nobody knows it all
I live on the seventh largest island of Sweden, Tjörn, together with my wife and two children.
My main focus since 2008 is system development in .NET, usually with some connection to SharePoint / Office 365. In recent years, Azure and Api development have become an increasing part of what I do, which is great!
Although I'm driven and self-propelled (like most consultants I know), I feel absolutely best working together in a team, since "nobody knows it all" and I simply believe that it's the best way to solve problems and to get information spread and learn.
I love to cook (read eat) with my family and friends, listen to music, play guitar, play padel and recently also ride mountain bike.
Test leader who also works with a lot of other things
Since I’m from Göteborg originally I’m very glad to be back here with old friends and colleagues, this time with a husband and three kids.
In my latest assignments I’ve been working as a test leader, but I also had roles such as Requirement Analyst, team leader and project manager. Right now I will work with test automation, which I’m really excited about since I started in this business as a developer.
When not working I listen to audio book, cook, go to concerts and ski. I also would like to say that I exercise a lot but it tend to be not as much as I would like to, even though you can find me together with my training group in Slottskogen almost every Monday night.
.NET developer with a fascination for new technology
Computers and programming has fascinated me ever since I was little, but it wasn't until recently I decided to make it my career. My main areas are .NET with C# for backend, and Vue.js or React for frontend. Fullstack! Most of all I like to develop systems on the bleeding edge, using the very latest tech.
I spend a lot of my freetime much like my non-free time: in front of a computer. I hang out with my friends, play games or work on my own projects. I've lately started to delve into the world of VR gaming, which blew my mind the first time i tried it. Other than that I like to take long walks, or play frisbeegolf (discgolf?) if the weather allows.