The Volkswagen Software Development Center (SDC) is part of the Volkswagen Group strategy that works to address the challenges of digital transformation within the company. We are located in Berlin and Wolfsburg. Data-driven services and business models will play an increasingly important role in the future for both industry and society. Our goal is to develop products that go beyond our traditional core business. We will fundamentally transform our customers’ mobility experience and support the Group on its path toward becoming an integrated mobility service provider. The philosophy of the Volkswagen Software Development Center represents a new form of collaboration throughout the company. This includes the culture within our team based around flat hierarchies along with the collaborative way we work together. As a software developer, you will work in an agile team to design and program the solutions and also implement these in a productive environment during the development phase.
Following are some of your responsibilities:
• Developing software as part of an iterative and agile software development process using the methods of extreme programming (e.g. test driven development)
• Providing and developing of services for the application platform
• Simplifying complex problems and implementing them in qualitatively demanding software
• Collaborating with interdisciplinary and international product teams (pair programming)
• Developing new technologies
You should possess the following qualifications:
• Successfully completed degree in information science or a comparable qualification
• Advanced knowledge of software engineering quality and design principles
• Practical experience with test driven development (TDD), web frontend development, mobile application development and cloud development
• High team spirit and motivated to discuss ideas and work in pairs or teams
• Fluent business English skills
• Proactive and analytical approach
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