php developer

16 November 2018
Milan, Italy
Job Type
Base Salary
Not specified


Great place to work: Work from our office in Milan: a huge open space office, with kitchen, lounge area, comfy chill out areas, and garden. Yes, you can also play Table football
We take care of our employees' technical growth: we allocate 1000 € / year per developer for technical training and participation to technical events
Professional growth and development: we host bi-weekly Tech talks in our office to help each employee improve their craft
Always updated on new technologies: we have our own Tech Radar to share current techs across company and to innovate strategically
Great tools: each employee receives a laptop/workstation and 24’’ display (or equivalent)
Digital Library access: unlimited access to more than 200000 hours of business, tech, and design training
We love open source: we believe in the power of open source tools and everyone is encouraged to contribute to projects or attend events. We host the WordPress Meetup Milano, also
Improve your English: we offer courses with native speakers
Office fruit bowl: because we care for your health!
International team: we are open to every culture.

Join us!

Requested Skills

You must meet the following core criteria:

Expertise in PHP development: we don’t need rockstars or ninjas or pirates. But you should know your craft.
Preferred experience in Symfony framework.
Experience with Git version control system.
JavaScript experience. Knowledge of other programming languages would be a plus.
Your code is not only reliable but can be read, maintained and understood easily.
You are also able to speak and write in terms that non-technical people understand. Clear communication is super important in our environment.
You’re able to solve problems using accepted best practices and principles like SOLID and design patterns.
You care about code quality.
You enjoy technical challenges and you’re eager to explore new technologies.
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