​MyWave doubles Melbourne team as overseas growth continues

“Intelligent Assistants will quite literally change the way we live our lives."

Intelligent Assistant software provider MyWave is doubling the size of its Melbourne software development team as customer implementations begin across the UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

Following the growth, MyWave Chief Technology Officer James Ladd says the company is hiring senior developers, technical leads, testers and project managers.

Immediate appointments will be to MyWave’s Melbourne software development hub, adds Ladd, with later appointments in the UK and US to support specific new customer implementations.

“Intelligent Assistants will quite literally change the way we live our lives,” Ladd adds. “Our Intelligent Assistant - Frank - controls a ground breaking platform now being rolled out to customers.

“We’re looking for brilliant developers who want to be part of the IA revolution and make a real difference - giving users control of their data and unprecedented power and simplicity in making choices and managing their daily lives.”

New hires, Ladd says, will be senior developers, technical leads, testers, and project managers working to build out the MyWave Platform, Frank, and provide 3rd Party Extension support - as well as participating in R&D activities.

“MyWave’s CMR (customer managed relationship) platform is built using a highly scalable CQRS/ES architecture deployed to the cloud (AWS) and accessed by Frank on mobile, tablet and desktop,” Ladd explains.

“MyWave’s platform also supports 3rd Party Extensions that can be developed by independent developers and deployed to the CMR platform using the App Store model.”

For Ladd, the ideal new hire will have taken applications from inception through to production and implementation - they will have used multiple languages including one or more of Ruby, Java and JavaScript and Smalltalk.

“They will also understand the importance of Test Driven Development (TDD) and Pairing, and demonstrate a sound and proven understanding of Object Oriented Design,” he adds. “Experience with React, Flux or Angular is an advantage.”

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