We’ve been doing this for a long time. In fact, many of us started our “careers” in the early 1990s trying to hack Commodore 64s. Although we were unsuccessful, those little machines sparked a lifelong interest in coding.
In college we learned how to code in C++, .NET, Java and other languages. Several of us went on to work for major global players in backend development, help develop popular Java open-source frameworks like Jersey 2 and Tyrus, and even present at the JavaOne conference in Silicon Valley.
Like many IT professionals today, we have roots that go way back. But what sets us apart is our sincerity. We love good code so much that most of us research the latest technologies in our free time, if not at work. And although we specialise in machine learning and AI, we are human in the fullest sense of the word. People are who we serve, whether that means you or the person sitting at the desk next to us. Stop by for lunch one day and we'll prove it.
We are people and we build solutions for people – not our bank accounts, not our egos.
We are always on the lookout for new trends, because a good education never stops in this industry.
Our boss has got a nose for talent, so this is definitely our greatest strength.
We always recommend the development path we think is best for you.
We empower our employees to make their own decisions, but we never forget we’re a team.
The proverb “measure twice and cut once” is written on the mirror in our water closet.
We like to have fun, whether by goofing around on our in-house ukulele or hanging out after work.
chief coding bear
Mira takes good care of all his bear cubs. Whenever there is a problem in the den, he’s usually the first to sniff it out.
Jiří ensures all our projects stay on track. By night, he attends magic shows to figure out how the tricks are done. He won’t volunteer to be sawed in half though.
Klára is the stabilizing spirit in our office. Her aura of Zen stems from a love of gardening, yoga and crochet. Everything is gonna be OK.
Vašek is from Pilsen, Czech Republic – the birthplace of Pilsner beer. Naturally, beer is what he likes. But coding is what he loves.
A devout metalhead and Medieval history buff, Jakub is our knight in shining armour when it comes to backend development.
Adam is a professional guitar player, photographer and backend developer. Wow, the force is truly with this man.
Jarmila is the frontwoman for an alternative rock band. But she’s so good at backend development, we hope they don’t get famous.
Analyst, UX & Graphic Designer
Not surprisingly, Bětka is a talented sketch artist. And she’s an avid sports fan to boot. If Coding Bear were a school, she’d be the gym teacher.
Even though still in medical school, Filip is one of our best coders. If all goes well, he’ll develop artificial livers for our notorious weekend retreats.
Josef is our liaison between front and back end. In his free time, he likes to fish. But unlike Mira, he doesn’t use his claws.
machine learning specialist
When he’s not pushing the boundaries of artificial intelligence, you can find him doing the cha-cha-cha around a pot of chili in his kitchen.
Bařťa, with his long and winding beard, is a level-20 coding wizard with a really big bag of spells. As you can see, he too puts the “bear” in Coding Bear.
Hana is our resident superhero and project manager. Her main hobby is ballet, which is perfect, because we Coding Bears really have to stay on our toes.
this place could be yours!
Get in touch with us. We are always looking for interesting people.
When not making apps, Sam plays the guitar professionally. He showed us at a team-building retreat once. We all came back deaf.
Michal is an IT enthusiast who speaks Japanese. Although his coding abilities are truly precocious, we’ve never heard him speak Japanese.