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Full Stack Developer

Cloud-native solutions with a modern technology stack

You will have the opportunity to work with your Scrum team to create sustainable and efficient solutions using a modern cloud-native technology stack. In this technology stack, you will be guided through the essential aspects of the Full Stack Developer job.

Your tasks as Full Stack Developer

Front-end Development

You will work on developing user-friendly and responsive web interfaces. You will develop the front-end single page applications with the Typescript programming language. You will use the libraries React and Next.js and the server technology Node.js.

The applications are the face of the solutions that our customers use to work with their suppliers worldwide. Optimizing front-end performance is a focus of your Full Stack Developer job to provide a smooth experience for our users.

In Front-end Development you will write component and end-to-end tests. Your tests will run automated in our state of the art DevOps architecture.

Back-end Development

Another central area of responsibility of the Full Stack Developer job is the development of backend microservices.

You will use C# and .Net to design and implement innovative solutions in the areas of sustainability, CO2 management, capacity management, supply chain visibility and risk management.

You will be responsible for the implementation of RESTful APIs that enable seamless communication between front-end and back-end systems.

It is your task to integrate these APIs into our API management and thus ensure smooth overall functionality.

Your expertise in back-end development will enable you to handle complex business logic and data processing to meet our customers’ requirements.

SupplyOn has high standards in full stack development in terms of scalability, security and technical excellence. That’s why you’ll be working at security level with state-of-the-art technologies such as securing our APIs via OpenID Connect.

This also means that you use paging and containerization of the application in order to be able to scale horizontally and vertically.

You will test and debug applications to ensure that they meet quality standards.

To do this, you will write comprehensive and extensive unit tests, contract tests and load tests, but also architecture tests to ensure design patterns in the long term.

Other responsibilities of the Full Stack Developer job

  • Collaborate with designers, product managers and other team members to understand project requirements
  • Provision of applications in production environments
Everyday work as a Full Stack Developer in Munich

Would you like to find out more about what a Full Stack Developer does at SupplyOn?

Get personal insights in the interview with the Full Stack Developers Fangfang Wang and Israel Pohl and get to know their projects and tasks at SupplyOn in Munich.

Skills for your Full Stack Developer job

  • Mastery of programming languages such as Typescript, C# and .Net
  • Understanding of web development frameworks such as React
  • Ability to work in an agile development environment

Code the way to a more sustainable future for global supply chains!

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Work culture and further development

At SupplyOn, we recognize the importance of a good work-life balance. In our hybrid working model, we value a balanced mix of remote and office work.

Your presence in the office is an important part of our corporate culture and enables us to work effectively as a team. At the same time, we offer our Full Stack Developers flexible working hours and the opportunity to work remotely and within the framework of our company regulations from other European countries.

Our office is available to all employees as a central meeting place that promotes the exchange of information and spontaneous collaboration.

We trust that you will come to the office when it is necessary for development cooperation and otherwise you are free from our side to do your work remotely from wherever it suits you best.

This is made possible by our trust-based working time model. You can organize your working hours flexibly to balance your professional and personal commitments.

With 30 vacation days per year and days off on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, we support your relaxation and leisure activities.

We actively support you in your professional development opportunities and promote self-organized learning. Individual personnel development plans form the basis for achieving your goals.

In annual personnel development meetings, you and your manager determine your next steps for developing your potential. You will be guided by the question: “What is your next goal after 2-3 years in your current position?”

Every two weeks, we offer a free, 4-hour exchange between all developers in the company. Whether you are a student, intern or senior developer, we welcome a free exchange and knowledge transfer across all career development stages in this open, technical meeting. Everyone can contribute, ask questions and learn from each other.

We always welcome our Full Stack Software Developers who want to develop further in their job. We support certifications and are open to providing you with environments that you prefer for your way of working.

We offer you the freedom to take your professional development into your own hands. Our platform partnerships with LinkedIn Learning and Udemy allow you to learn flexibly and according to your needs.

Instead of waiting for formal training programs, you can research and deepen topics in an agile and targeted manner.

Angila Paikar-Megaiz, Scrum Master at SupplyOn, actively uses self-organized learning. She was able to benefit directly from the knowledge she acquired – for example on the use of DevOps technologies such as Docker and Kubernetes.

You can find out more about our platform partnerships and Angila’s tips in her experience report on self-organized learning.

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At SupplyOn we are looking for Full Stack Developers with various levels of experience.