Blog


Sep

Inside Information


A new side of Elabs is about to be revealed. You will be granted access to our office, to our thoughts, to the very core of our work. The intention is to share our everyday life.

First we want to welcome our newest addition, the Stockholm crew: Peter Marklund, Ingemar Edsborn and Dennis Rogenius. Ingemar and Dennis have worked with us before and we are very happy to announce them as official Elabs employees! Peter and CJ have known each other for several years. You will soon get to know them better, and the old Gothenburg crew, through a series of personal interviews which will be posted here on the blog.

The Stockholm crew is currently in the Gothenburg office for a two week long Elabs bootcamp. We will share knowledge, get to know each other and have fun. Pair programming, talking and playing ping pong. Soon we will hopefully recruit a fourth crew member as well. Our Stockholm headquarter will be located in our customer Streamio's facilities on Sveavägen. We are very happy to be sharing space with them!

We would also like to thank our client Alessandro, from Tinet, who was here last week working with us. Thank you for great pastries, fun conversations and productive work. Now he is back in a sunny Sardinia, Italy. We are just a little bit envious.

We hope you will enjoy the coming inside information!

Aug

Announcing Elabs Stockholm


After two great years in Gothenburg, it's time to broaden our horizons a bit. I'm very happy to announce that we are opening an office in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, in early October.

Most of our Swedish clients are located in Stockholm, so the primary reason for opening the new office is to get closer to them. We look forward to being able to provide even better service to our existing clients, and to exciting endeavors with new clients.

Another big reason for opening an office in Stockholm is because of all the great Ruby on Rails developers there. We've already added some great people to our initial Stockholm team, people we've worked with before, but we're looking to add at least one more. If you're interested, please have a look at our job listing. The listing is in Swedish, but we'll definitely consider applications from non-Swedish speakers too. We'll even help the right candidate move to Sweden if necessary.

Sergels Torg, one of Stockholm's distinctive landmarks

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Stay tuned for more info as we get closer to the premiere!