Tech at Effectory

Behind the scenes

We love sharing knowledge and meeting you!

We truly believe sharing knowledge and meeting others in the local tech community is key to personal growth and the best way to keep up with the rapidly changing world around us.

In 2016 we started organizing the Aurelia Amsterdam meetup and a few months later we started the dotnet Amsterdam meetup. We've met some of the most amazing people during this period and had a great time organizing meetups. From time to time we try to help out other meetups with sponsoring and hosting to keep the local tech community thriving.

Meet us at one of the meetups we host or find us at one of the conferences we attend.

Upcoming meetups we host

Previous meetups

Vacancies

Our teams

We work in small SCRUM teams of 4 to 6 developers in 2-week sprints. Our teams are named using color names, and each team works in the way that fits them best. In general, each day starts with a standup. The standup takes around 15 minutes or less and brings us together to look at whether we are on target and if someone is stuck at a task and needs help from another team member.

Each product backlog item is only done when it's covered by unit and functional tests and is code-reviewed and tested by one of the other developers in the team. To make code reviews productive, we use linting tools within our builds, because we don't want to waste any valuable code review time on the discussions around code styling issues.

At the end of the 2-week sprint, we demo the work done in the sprint to our stakeholders to make sure the result matches the expectations, and that we are moving in the right direction. After the demo, we have a 1-hour retrospective to determine together what went well and what could be improved in our next sprint.

We use Visual Studio Online to host our backlog and store our code using git. Code reviews are done using pull requests. Once the pull request is accepted and merged to master, VS Build and Release automatically process it and release to staging, run the functional tests, and swap to production. Because we make use of feature toggles, we are able to release daily to production.

Team Design (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

  • Sander van Mourik
    Sander van Mourik

    UX Designer

  • You?
    Martijn van der Wardt

    UX Designer

Team Pink (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Team Pink currently works on modernizing our internal software platform called Project Center. It allows our colleagues to create a questionnaire, set up the hierarchy used in a survey, assign and generate reports and more. Project Center is build using ASP.NET WebAPI, Angular 5, Redux, TypeScript, and is hosted in Microsoft Azure.

  • Dexter Drupsteen
    Anthony Solomon

    Developer

  • Dexter Drupsteen
    Dexter Drupsteen

    Developer

  • Dexter Drupsteen
    Gabrielle Rosario

    Product owner

  • Mark Bouwman
    Mark Bouwman

    Developer

  • Tom van Rooijen
    Tom van Rooijen

    Developer

  • You?
    You?

    Learn more and apply!

Team Red (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Team Red worked on modernizing our questionnaire and Pulse (self-service) platform build using ASPNET Core Web.API, EF Core, Aurelia Framework, TypeScript, SASS and PostCSS, and is hosted on Microsoft Azure. Currently, they work on extending our Pulse (self-service) platform, improving our mailing system, and improvements to our calculation system for calculating survey results.

  • Erik Lieben
    Erik Lieben

    Developer

  • Johannes Ouendag
    Johannes Ouendag

    Developer

  • Jorgen Eijt
    Jorgen Eijt

    Product Owner

  • Ramon Vloon
    Ramon Vloon

    Developer

  • Roy Hoeijmans
    Roy Hoeijmans

    Developer

  • Thimo van Leeuwen
    Thimo van Leeuwen

    Developer

  • You?
    You?

    Learn more and apply!

Team Yellow (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Team Yellow worked on creating our single sign-on system using ASP.NET MVC and ThinkTechture Identity Server. This system allows us to manage authorization in one central place and enable new authorization scenarios like connecting our systems to Microsoft (Azure) Active Directory. Currently, they work on modernizing our customer platform to move it to a single suite that allows our customers to exchanges files safely, view all the results and settings of a survey in one place. This suite is called My Effectory and is build using ASP.NET Core WebAPI, the Aurelia Framework, TypeScript, SASS, and is hosted on Microsoft Azure.

  • Jesse de Bruijne
    Jesse de Bruijne

    Developer

  • Jimmy van den Berg
    Jimmy van den Berg

    Developer

  • Jurjen Ladenius
    Jurjen Ladenius

    Developer

  • Johannes Oenema
    Johannes Oenema

    Developer

  • Sebastiaan Molleman
    Sebastiaan Molleman

    Developer

  • You?
    You?

    Learn more and apply!

Team Aqua (M√ľnchen, Germany)

  • Anne-Maartje Letschert
    Alexander Bykov

    Developer

  • Anne-Maartje Letschert
    Alexander Kapitanovski

    Developer

  • Anne-Maartje Letschert
    Rieke Angersbach

    Developer

Team Data Analytics (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

  • Adriaan Tax
    Adriaan Tax

    BI Developer

  • Anne-Maartje Letschert
    Anne-Maartje Letschert

    Data Analyst

  • Baran Metin
    Baran Metin

    Data Researcher

  • Eddy Wong
    Eddy Wong

    BI Developer

  • Hubert van Kooten
    Hubert van Kooten

    Data Analyst

  • Lieke Pijnacker
    Lieke Pijnacker

    Data Analyst

  • Ronald Mussche
    Ronald Mussche

    BI Developer

  • Wouter Buzing
    Wouter Buzing

    Information Security Officer

Team Support (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

  • Andrew Stewart
    Andrew Stewart

    Support Engineer

  • Edwin van der Vis
    Edwin van der Vis

    Support Engineer

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