AppyThings

AppyThings assists organisations with connectivity to help them become leaders in the digital world. AppyThings is a hyper-specialist in APIs and API management. APIs allow you to unlock data or functionality for applications, mobile apps and websites, but also for third-party developers, allowing you to integrate your internal application landscape, open up new revenue models or create a competitive advantage with more efficient processes.

API Engineer

Job description

As an API Engineer, within a team of colleagues you can develop yourself into the Christiano Ronaldo of table football alongside hard work. Does that sound good to you? Then you have come to the right place! “But table football, it’s not my cup of tea.... “ No worries! At AppyThings, we find it much more important that you bring to the table a higher professional education and that you have experience with APIs.

The job?

• you’ll work on real-time web applications with complex data flows;

• together with your colleagues, you’ll help grow the business and team in Belgium;

• there’s plenty of room to use cutting edge technologies and features – target only the latest “evergreen” web browsers;

• you’ll have the freedom to choose your own tooling and judge if a new tool can be used to increase productivity, code readability and/or maintainability;

• conference & training budget to boost your professional development.

About AppyThings

AppyThings is a successful Dutch company founded in 2014. We help large organizations such as Arvesta (Aveve), PostNL and many more every day to get the most out of their data and applications. We help our clients to get involved in today’s digital transformation and to innovate their business. We realize this through API management.

Requirements

Do we match on these fields?

Higher education

Think-and-work level

API management

Experience with APIs

Apigee and/or SAP

Have basic knowledge of the platforms

Team leader

You have an interest and the potential to lead a team in the future

SCRUM

You should know this :)

Node.js, JavaScript, Angular JS, JSON, ...

A big advantage if you have experience in these languages

Benefits

What do you get in return?

Competative compensation

Company car

Crazy fun team

Food vouchers

Nice workspace

Questions? Interested? Or just curious?

Iris Snoeck

Contact

Iris Snoeck