What makes Tink different to other organisations?
1. The (real) dedication for learning.
Most organizations state they prioritize learning but only do so if it comes for free and definitely not if the kanban is not empty on tickets. Tink of course cares about getting the job done, but no one will bat an eye if you put a calendar entry LEARNING RUST 9-12 on a Tuesday.
2. The smorgasbord of responsibility that is up for grabs!
I joined Tink as a junior in my career but was very eager to climb fast. My nightmare is an organization where you just can’t take more responsibility because there is none to be claimed. At Tink this was easy; my managers understood what type of career path I desired and helped me to find responsibilities taking me on such a trajectory.
3. There is no such thing as a programmer at Tink.
You are an engineer, and by that you solve issues. Of course, you can love code(almost all at Tink do), but no one will just hand you a solution specification and expect you to type the code. Rather you will be involved in the project(what use case do we support by this), and with others scope limitations, capabilities, and timeline.