“I can do what I do best, learn new skills and face new challenges. I like working here because we are encouraged to learn from failures, and there’s a solid culture of psychological safety, trust, and respect.”
“I’ve never worked anywhere with such a unique and supportive company culture as Timeular. My time here has, without a doubt, been the best of my professional career.”
“I enjoy the flexible schedule, development opportunities, and dynamic environment. The amazing people are the icing on the cake. Hard-working & fun, driven to improve daily while enjoying the work.”
“It’s so encouraging to have this level of trust and creative freedom. And the team has been so open hearted since day one that it felt like we’ve known each other for years.”
“I’ve never experienced the trust and freedom given here. I have plenty focus time to code and little overhead beyond that. I can even decide what to work on, as long as it beneficial for our customers. “
“The flexibility and support among the team is incredible. I enjoy Monday mornings because it means another week of solving exciting challenges with a great team. And not just work.”
- Answer just a few written questions, instead of spending hours on a motivation letter and a CV
- If we see a fit – Quick 15-30min call so we can get to know each other
- If we both see a fit – Take home exercise capped to 2-4h work max
- If the result is good – Call with your future manager and one team member
- If you all still see a fit – Job offer
Over the years we’ve learned that if you don’t like dynamic, fast-moving environments, or you need the office buzz, or don’t like to keep growing and improving yourself, Timeular is not the right place for you.
While we’re fully distributed and async by default, we only hire people who can cover 13:00-17:00 CET (Rome) time zones without sacrificing their life outside of work. That timeframe is needed to have face-to-face time across the team.
Yes. Our growth team decides if we’ll launch on TikTok or not, and what else to focus on.
On the frontend side we use Electron, CSS, Typescript, React, React Native, and Redux.
The main languages for our backend-microservices are Kotlin and more recently, Rust. Our tech stack evolves, based on our needs and preferences and we also had services built with Node.js, Golang, and Java in the past.
On the infrastructure side, we run Kubernetes on AWS for our cluster, Postgres for the data layer, and RabbitMQ for events.
For provisioning and setup, we rely mostly on Ansible and Terraform. Regarding monitoring, we use Prometheus, Grafana, and the ELK stack for logging.
Blockchain is not involved.
While we strive to be diverse and inclusive, we recognise that we still have work to do on the hiring side of things. We had many kinds of people coming and going, and no one ever left because they didn’t feel welcome and included. We do not discriminate on any basis and never have. However, we usually just put our jobs out there and see what comes in. That doesn’t necessarily create a diverse pipeline and here we have to learn and catch up.