After applying, a selected candidate will receive a phone interview to assess their experience in their primary platform, tools and processes.

Then, select candidates will be invited to have a one hour in-person interview. The first half of this interview will be a hands-on developer exercise that ensures a candidate understands how to create layouts, make web service calls and implement controller logic in their platform. If you have a development machine, please bring that, otherwise we will provide a laptop with Xcode/Android Studio installed. The second half of the interview consists of topics like application structure and working within a process on a team.

Related: Now Hiring Mobile Developers: Why you should work at stable|kernel

Our goal in the interview process is to pragmatically assess a candidate’s ability to contribute in an environment similar to the everyday experience of working at stable|kernel - a collaborative space where you will be able to ask questions and have a network of support. There are no high-pressure, brain-teaser questions on a whiteboard - that’s not what this job is, and that’s not what you will be tested on.

Our team has consistently given stable|kernel a phenomenal Employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS), hovering around 85.
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About The Author

For the past 16 years, Joe Conway has programmed everything from macOS to Android to iOS. As a former instructor and lead developer at Big Nerd Ranch, he fine-tuned his skills and expertise in overall mobile strategy, specializing in iOS Development. Author of "iOS Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide," an Amazon Best-Seller, Joe quickly made a name for himself in the mobile space. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies, technology start-ups and government entities to build mobile platforms, enhance existing applications and develop mobile strategies. Joe was recently named one of Atlanta Business Chronicle's "People on the Move."