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Distraction-free Workplace - Escape Standups and Scrum - Perl Developer West London

Posted: May 14, 2017
Company name: Perl Jobs by Perl Careers
Location: London, UK
Country: United Kingdom
Pay rate: Strong
Poster represents: a recruiting agency
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Hours: Full time
Onsite: yes
Description: Personally, I love Agile and Scrum so much I wrote a set of blog articles detailing why I love them so much. But it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. Some people yearn for being given a two-week task, going away, and getting it done well by themselves, or in consultation with highly technical and well-read colleagues.

Client is a small development team where everyone is expected to pull their own weight. No daily standups, no planning poker, just you and your work, aided by some of the most experienced technical colleagues in London. You’ll be encouraged to make sensible use of Modern Perl tooling and grow your personal experience of best development practices under excellent technical leadership.

Work environment is very professional, very corporate, but technical excellence and doing things the right way are looked upon very favourably. This would be the great role for a journeyman (or journeywoman, but I don’t think that’s a real word) Perl Developer who’s made a big individual contribution in their current role, but wants to get started on their masterpiece.

One of a small number of companies where I advise clients to interview all candidates with a spell at this company on their CV, because I know they’ll be well-versed in best practices, and getting stuff done.

Based in leafy South West London, on the London Overground, and open to anyone with an existing right to work in the UK/EU.
Website for more information: perl.careers
Contact information: Email pete@perl.careers quoting jobref OSC190

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