Are you interested in joining a dynamic organisation at the forefront of next generation business mobility services? Can your skills contribute towards building a world leading business? Asavie is looking for your expertise and dedication to help drive excellence in performance.
Curiosity essential for a career in coding, says Asavie engineer
If you’re looking at a career in coding, it can be daunting trying to figure out where to start or what path to take. You might not even be sure where you want to end up.
Asavie software engineer: glimpse the life of a coding kraken
The tech sector has some niche careers that can seem mysterious to the uninitiated. Raluca Petruc, a validation software engineer at Asavie, Dublin, gives us a glimpse into a typical day in her job.
Asavie: ‘Aiding candidates’ transitions to Ireland is a big focus’
Asavie is a great example of a homegrown company making good. A year ago, the internet of things (IoT) connectivity company had just 40 members of staff on the books. Now, there are 90, and that’s set to grow.
Speaking to Siliconrepublic.com for the Look Inside series, Mark Mullane, software engineering manager for product development at Asavie, talks about what we look for from candidates, and why Asavie is a fantastic place to work.
“One of the things that gives us an advantage – and it is an advantage in the area – is to have many different backgrounds [working here]. A lot of viewpoints coming through; a lot of cultures.”
There is no denying the internet of things will play an important role in the future of production.