Meet the Baianaters
We are believers, innovators and free souls. Together, we fight, make mistakes, learn, iterate and enjoy doing our best everyday with passion!
Software Testers are responsible for the quality of software development and deployment. They are involved in performing automated and manual tests to ensure the software created by developers is fit for purpose. Some of the duties include analysis of software, and systems, mitigate risk and prevent software issues.
We pour our soul into everything we do and take pride of ourselves and visions. That’s why we create things in our own way and add unexpected twists to every project.
Walking the talk and talking the walk. We respect the trust our partners place in us and take the responsibility of meeting the impression created in their minds.
No secrets. No barriers. We work closely with our partners to create projects of value. When issues arise, we address it together and talk freely over anything and everything.
Just as family gatherings, we get around the table on special occasions and birthdays to share stories and bond with each other on personal levels.
From time to time, we travel as a team for sessions, meetups and conferences where we can engage with like minded professionals and exchange experiences.
At the beginning of every year, we set in a meeting to share our last year mistakes, achievements and turning points then promise ourselves with a killing one ahead.
Since we spend more time together than with our families, we decorated the place in our way and added our personalities around every corner for a cozy atmosphere that feels just like home.
One who has no morals, has no knowledge.
'Time is gold' doesn't describe the importance of time accurately.
Success is not about luck, it's about sacrifice.
For every problem there is a solution and an IDEAL solution.
The necktie suffocate only the one who wears it.
Problems are not stop signs, but they are guidelines.
Love what you do and do it with love.
Stop watching your clock and start observing your progress.
Behaviors are valued over technicality.
Act as a family member, not an employee.
Read tons of books to solve millions of problems.
Adopt a lean mentality.