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Posts Tagged ‘career’
As you’ve probably noticed, we’re growing. Fast. This spring alone, Pingdom is hiring 15 new talents to our Stockholm office. With customers like Pinterest, Facebook and Spotify (and about 700,000 more), the rate of employment will definitely not slow down so we made a film about what it’s like working at Pingdom. Here you’ll see what’s been going on behind the scenes.
Continuing a string of recent hires, we’re today very happy to welcome interaction designer Magnus Leo to the Pingdom team. We’re excited to find out what he really means when he says “I make things interactive.”
Today we’re very excited to welcome the latest addition to the Pingdom team, John Karlsson. He joins Pingdom as a designer, and he will put his experience and talents, focused on digital design, into working on Pingdom’s products and other projects.
Today we’re very excited to welcome another backend developer to the Pingdom team. Johan Sköld comes from Västerås, Sweden, where the Pingdom HQ is located. With his experience in performance-focused programming and “just get it done” attitude, he will be a great addition to the Pingdom team.
Today we’re announcing that another great developer has joined the Pingdom team. Jakob Eriksson can juggle code with the best of them, and he’ll put his skills to use on backend development. Now, let’s get to know Jakob a bit better.
Today, we’ll spend just a few minutes introducing you to Yosh Marklund, who just joined the Pingdom team as Systems Engineer. He’ll be a part of the team that makes sure that Pingdom’s infrastructure is always up and running, including maintenance of computers and networking equipment, upgrades, and much more.
It would be easy for us to borrow a phrase from Steve Jobs and ask you: “Do you want to sell sugared water for the rest of your life? Or do you want to come with me and change the world?” And the thing is, we’d be very serious about it. Chances are you don’t sell sugared water, but the essence of the question is still valid: do you want to join Pingdom and change the world?
Because, you see, we believe this with passion, that we’re building some of the best online services anywhere, which are used by individuals and businesses in all four corners of the world. Our quest is to make the web a faster and safer place for all, and we need the best people to join us to make that a reality.
Just last week we had the great pleasure of welcoming a new developer to Pingdom, and now it’s time for another one.
Filip Salomonsson has become one of us in the Pingdom team, bringing his considerable skills in coding, linguistics, and many other areas, to an already very diverse, creative, and dynamic group of kickass devs.