We like to get out of our comfort zone and learn new things.
“Full stack” is the core principle of our engineering culture. Influenced by the DevOps movement, the essence of full stack engineering is a never-ending quest for a complete understanding of strategy, technology, and methodology. Just as we emphasise continuous delivery of business value in our software engineering, in our personal development we strive for continuous self-improvement.
We design and build systems that have demanding requirements for volume, performance, security, and resilience, and we operate in highly regulated environments, challenges for which full stack engineering is ideally suited.
Business Analyst, Tester, Developer, Architect, Designer, Systems Administrator, User Researcher, Scrum Master…
A full stack engineer maintains a variety of technical disciplines and assumes different roles across the product life-cycle. An Infinity Works consultant is equally capable planning a product roadmap, building a UI, or operating cloud infrastructure. An Infinity Works team will typically be small, each member skilled in a range of technologies and methodologies. A broad skill-set enables the reduction of hand-offs and the breaking down of barriers, it increases collaboration, and it improves effectiveness by minimising wasted effort. These factors combine to increase the speed and quality of business value delivery to where it matters – into production.
Full stack engineering means we can do more, better, with less.