Why Software Developers Appreciate Working At Asynchrony Labs
PICTURED ABOVE: A photo of one of Asynchrony Lab's development areas. It's in a historic district in Downtown St. Louis and has taken up two and a half floors of a very cool building and turned it into a developers paradise.Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist at Asynchrony Labs, John Maglione says technically advanced software developers looking for the best place to work in St. Louis will love the company - especially, it's office space. Here's why... Why is this something you want candidates to see? It shows how dedicated we are to collaboration and the Agile process. What type of candidate will appreciate this? Candidates who are technically advanced, want to be technically advanced or want to work with some of the best developers in St. Louis. Interested in learning more about working for Asynchrony Labs? Watch the videos below AND visitJohn Maglione's recruiter profileand learn more about the company and how to apply TODAY.CLICK his profile to learn more!Asynchrony in one word from Asynchrony on Vimeo. Working Together from Asynchrony on Vimeo. Learning and Pairing from Asynchrony on Vimeo.
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