Accountabilities - Junior Developer

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Mission

  • To realize software solutions that satisfy customers' needs
  • To follow the guidance of more experienced team members whenever given.
  • To follow our agreed procedures and match our quality standards.
  • To value collaboration and critiques as the building blocks for trust with colleagues and customers.
  • To value continuous improvement, seek out opportunities to learn and live by the principles of the Agile manifesto.
  • To seek assistance every time you are in need, not trying to shine by self-love or obstinacy.

Values

  • Passion
  • Curiosity
  • Communication

Attitude

Teamwork

You share your goals with your mates and work with them, never playing the hero or being a team of one. You speak your voice clearly, even when it's difficult, without holding relevant information for fear or stubbornness. When being frank makes you uncomfortable, you still strive to be polite and cheerful so you can make your point.

  • I still can't match the expectation (Why? Take notes!)
  • I deliver what's expected
  • I exceed this expectation (Why? Take notes!)

Self-organization

Your task-level schedule and workload balance are your responsibility. You have clear what's expected of you each iteration (week, sprint, milestone) and step up to discuss conflicting priorities and possible bottlenecks with the management.

  • I still can't match the expectation (Why? Take notes!)
  • I deliver what's expected
  • I exceed this expectation (Why? Take notes!)

Lucidity

You have a clear understanding of what's expected from you and what you have to do to match the expectation. When you feel like you lost your goals, you speak up and do your best to have them clear.

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  • I deliver what's expected
  • I exceed this expectation (Why? Take notes!)

Awareness

You perceive the overall impacts of your day-to-day choices and know when to ask for validation. You face challenges proactively, don't wait for others to solve problems for you, but know when to stop and ask for help to avoid wasting time or losing your mind on things bigger than you.

  • I still can't match the expectation (Why? Take notes!)
  • I deliver what's expected
  • I exceed this expectation (Why? Take notes!)

Openness

You speak your mind openly and don't shy away from having an opinion, but you listen to criticism and feedback as a way to improve your expertise and form new opinions.

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  • I deliver what's expected
  • I exceed this expectation (Why? Take notes!)

Business impacts

  • You conceive relevant implementation details of what you need to accomplish, asking for validation if in doubt.
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  • I deliver what's expected
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  • You realize solutions that fulfill business goals, matching our high-quality standards, as defined by your team.
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  • I deliver what's expected
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  • You learn new, useful skills, taking advantage of any opportunity and resource the company provides you with.
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  • I deliver what's expected
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  • You help improve internal projects (even if just with bug fixes or documentation) whenever it's relevant to your work or aspirations.
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  • I deliver what's expected
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Contributions

  • You seize all opportunities SparkFabrik will give you to shine, like contributing software, attending events, writing a blog post, or showing up in a podcast.
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  • I deliver what's expected
  • I exceed this expectation (Why? Take notes!)
Last updated on 2 May 2024