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About Wanari.

Once a colleague pinpointed who we really are “Wanari, the hungarian software development company incorporating everyday fun into exceptional craftsmanship.” and we couldn’t agree more. Go to Wanari Tech Blog
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Each one of us values easy-to-maintain, well-written code that adheres to the specification. And every team member is a character. Wanari isn’t just the sum of its parts, our true strengths lie in our team efforts.

18 years of Wanari resulted in a culture that’s open, efficient, professional, yet extremely exciting. We look forward to Mondays, and we spend time together on some weekends. We have made conscious efforts to become our best possible versions.

We value simplicity, honesty and believe in the power of careful planning and precise execution. Easy-to-maintain code is secured by regular code reviews and monthly coding dojos, while we have fun staff get-togethers at least once a month.

The Crew.

Fanni Medvey

Anna Kalmár

Norbert Farkas

Sebestyén Csorba

Gergő Törcsvári

Attila Regős

Ádám Hosszú

Tamás Repiczki

Kinga Czuczor

András Kecskés

József Lakatos

Gábor Nagy

Gábor Pap

Péter Pogonyi

Róbert Klacso

Renátó Kiss

Attila Iván-Páll

Vera Szikes

Kristóf Horváth

Alex Sükein

Iván Utkin

Orsolya Báthori

Bence Csondor

Boldizsár Fenyővári

Andrea György

Viktória Halász

Ákos Nosticzius

Ákos Nagy

Csaba Pálfi

Ildikó Biró

Gábor Bence Beke

Dániel Balogh

Don't be fooled by her quietness. She is smart and always chooses her words very carefully. Her impeccable English skills also make her posts a pleasure to read!

Anna Kalmár

Anna Kalmár

Anna

Office manager

She is the one that organizes pretty much everything, the one we can turn to with any of our aches. She keeps everything in order at the office, sometimes even the rest of the team. A little bit like a mom away from home.

Norbert Farkas

Norbert Farkas

Pókmalac

CTO

Our CTO has quite the Wanari experience, he joined the team in 2005 and has been going strong ever since. Read more about his career in this in-depth interview about him and his team.

Sebestyén Csorba

Sebestyén Csorba

Sebi

Fullstack Developer

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Sebi is an experienced full stack developer. He loves Spring Boot and tries to internalize its philosophy as much as he can.

He loves simplicity and elegant solutions. Time-zones though are not his favorite - he hopes they will one day disappear. 😀

He is interested in agile methods and traveling. In his free time, he keep himself active by playing basketball and squash.

He’s finished his Master’s degree in software engineering and has been a member of #TeamWanari since 2015. His precision is only coupled by his attention to detail. (Really.) His favorite tools are cmder and 3RVX. He is passionate about becoming more and more effective in software development and loves experimenting with new technologies. Personally? Whenever he has free time, he has a few favorite shows to watch and also enjoys playing; be it card, computer or board games. His favorite is still ...drumroll… sleeping!

So, this guy is a certified bartender. Our fun and insightful leader is a CTO-became-CEO. His remarkable ability to juggle staying up-to-date on technologies, while educating himself about management, and even sales techniques, makes him a resource any member of the team can turn to. His current explorations lie in the business implementation of lean methods. ...and yes, he is even a certified bartender.

No surprise he’s always led an active and full life. He loves the early hours of dawn, too, when the city and his inbox are quiet, giving him a couple of hours to really focus on issues that matter to the business.

All the while, as a father of two, he has now learned to leave the office by 6 PM… on most days anyway. 🙂

His favorite color is red and his favorite piece of advice is “Choose the right tools for the right job.”

Ádám Hosszú

Ádám Hosszú

Long

Android Developer

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Long is a junior Android developer who loves a challenge. He is eager to learn and also loves sharing knowledge. Read his first blog post on #WanariLeaks!

Tamás Repiczki

Tamás Repiczki

Repi

Support Specialist

Our Repi started at Wanari recently. He has experienced project management and execution at his previous jobs and is now eager to help our clients with their needs. Meeting the requirements is something that he is very particular about, however he is a sensible guy to talk to.

He likes to take his mind off of the daily grind with cooking. He is originally from the countryside and he can - for example - make a rabbit in 8 different ways. (yumm :))

In his free time he plays chess and board games, and buys random gadgets. (Ask him about his smart watch collection! ;))

Kinga Czuczor

Kinga Czuczor

Kinga

Designer

Kinga started working with #TeamWanari as an intern. We quickly realized she is a perfect match to our growing team with her positive attitude and passion for quality service.

András Kecskés

András Kecskés

Catchy

Frontend Developer

Catchy is a junior frontend developer. His contagious can-do attitude is an excellent addition to #TeamWanari

József Lakatos

József Lakatos

Laki

Backend Developer

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Laki is a junior backend developer. His first tasks were full-stack oriented however, he was not frightened though! His thoughtful questions and laid-back character make him a pleasure to work with!

Gábor Nagy

Gábor Nagy

Gabesz

Junior Frontend Developer

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"...and the university convinced me that I don't want to be an electrical engineer." Gabesz then started educating himself on software development and soon realized he enjoyed frontend tasks the most. He applied to Wanari and is now a quick learner on our frontend team.

When he is not at the office, you might be able to find him bartending at Hungarian festivals.

Gábor Pap

Gábor Pap

Papi

Backend Developer

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Papi is an excellent resource when it comes to Java, Akka, and Play framework questions. His sense of humor also makes him a delight to ask. 😉

Péter Pogonyi

Péter Pogonyi

Pogi

Android Developer

Pogi started working at Wanari a few months ago and has already become an integral part of the team.

His favorite color is B22222, commonly known as fire brick red. 🙂 He is a junior iOS developer at Wanari and has been with us since January. His coding style and favorite language are the same: Swift.

He loves dogs that are, as he puts it, big enough not to jump when they bark and appreciates any remote control he can download to his phone (those make it easier to be lazy). His favorite time of day is any quiet night that gives him an opportunity to think about the most pressing questions of life. He isn’t so different at work: he loves to learn and is always eager to put his knowledge to good use.

Renátó Kiss

Renátó Kiss

Renátó

Mobile Application Developer

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A mobile developer experienced on many platforms, our team knows Renátó as a resourceful guy, always willing to help. His great sense of humor makes even the dullest coffee break a joy.

Attila Iván-Páll

Attila Iván-Páll

Ati

QA engineer

Ati is on the forefront of testing our every app and of course leads all manual testing teams for bigger project. Truly an invaluable guy.

Vera Szikes

Vera Szikes

Vera

Frontend Developer

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She’s always been interested in computers and knew she wanted to work with them since she was a child.

Fast forward: Vera got her bachelor’s from Obuda University with a specialization in mobile development. But she already knew she wanted to become a frontend developer. She saw Wanari’s opening online and with no related work experience, she took a leap of faith and applied.  

Once here, she started working on the server side and engaged with CSS, HTML and later her absolute favorite: Angular on the frontend! Another dream of hers is to visit Japan one day. She absolutely loves the island: the culture, the food, the language. Yes, she studies Japanese, setting herself up, we think, for achieving another dream!

Ksisu is a Scala backend dev at Wanari. His curious attitude and attention to detail are quite remarkable!

His favorite color is blue. His favorite technologies are AngularJS and Java 8. He loves being an orientation leader! He is a fussball champion ...or so he likes to declare. And he’s been at Wanari for two years. How did he become a developer? He hadn’t seen a single piece of source code before starting university. But then, during his sophomore year, he was given an assignment: make a game of Tetris in Java. This was his first time realizing, software engineering might be, as he likes to say, AWSUM. Afterall, who plays with a tetris game they built?

Iván Utkin

Iván Utkin

Cob

Junior Backend Developer

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All codes are like persons: you need to listen carefully to understand their purposes, motivations. After that, the small details will come clean by themselves.

Orsolya Báthori

Orsolya Báthori

Orsoly

HR Manager

Orsoly is our always smiling and forever cheerful HR manager. She helps to make the most of ourselves. She likes being able to use not only HR knowledge but also his insights and soft skills as a member of Team Wanari. Plus she is a professional hiker, mountaineer and she loves to dance!

Bence Csondor

Bence Csondor

Csondi

Junior iOS Developer

Csondi is a heavy Apple user, he loves to use Apple devices, and he becomes curious about how can he develop on ios. So he learned it and started to work with us as an intern junior ios developer, and now he is working with us as a full-time ios developer. In his free time, he loves to play football, skiing, go to the gym, playing on his guitar or playing on his PS4.

Boldizsár Fenyővári

Boldizsár Fenyővári

Boldi

Junior Android Developer

Boldi is our junior Android developer, but he loves to work in Flutter too. He is playing handball and ping-pong in his free time.

Andrea György

Andrea György

Andy

Office Manager

Her official name is Andi, her artist name is Andy at Wanari. Her field is manage everything that you can imagine in the office, financial and operational issues too, so you can mean a-n-y-t-h-i-n-g for us! So every day is a new, interesting, challenge day in a big ocean and she is enjoying this kind of sailing. As she said ""And honestly my main joy is a good feeling, when “nothing happens”, it means that everything is safe and sound…” She loves to travel, get experiences, sing loud in the bathroom, whistle on the street, be with people who have good vibes, sometimes go to the forest to enjoy nature and reload herself 😊

Viktória Halász

Viktória Halász

Viki

Junior Mobile Application Developer

Viki is one of our new colleagues, this is her first job. She started to love programming because of a backend project at the university. Since then she has been interested in web development and as a part of Wanari, she can finally try herself as a real programmer. She loves animals (except bugs just like in coding), when she sees a cute dog or cat on the street, she usually screams. Her friends are used to this, but to strangers, it can be weird. She loves skating, taking photos and create drawings both on paper and in digital.

Ákos Nosticzius

Ákos Nosticzius

Ákos

Junior Backend Developer

Ákos is a Scala developer: he started to learn this programming language 2 years ago because he is interested in functional programming. Before Wanari he worked as an embedded software developer for a company where they made an automatic beer-brewing device what is pretty cool. He likes to spend his free time with his friends or go out to nature for some relaxing and rebooting.

Ákos Nagy

Ákos Nagy

Áki

Junior Backend Developer

Áki is a junior backend developer. He started to learn programming at the university, and he decided to make a career as a developer. He started learning scala about a year ago, and he's looking to put his newfound skills to good use in developing exceptional applications with #TeamWanari.
He loves all kinds of console- and board games, sci-fi, playing football, and drinking endless amounts of energy drinks.

Csaba Pálfi

Csaba Pálfi

Csabi

Junior Backend Developer

Csabi first time studied programming in high school, and he liked it there. Creative problem solving is close to Csabi, and that's what caught him in coding too. As he said, "It's a bit like a jigsaw puzzle you have to put the matching pieces together to get one thing working, sometimes just joining two pieces will ruin the rest." He likes to organize, and in the not so far future, he would like to try himself as a team leader or a project manager.

In his spare time, Csabi likes to watch animated series like Adventure Time or Final Space. He loves hip-hop music his favorite artists are Post Malone, Kendrick Lamar, Travis Scott. He loves to cook and of course, to eat his favorite is Indian cuisine.

Ildikó Biró

Ildikó Biró

Ildi

Project Manager

Ildi is our project manager. She moved to Budapest in high school when she started her studies on graphic arts major after that, she continued her studies at college and learned business communication and media technology. She has been managing various projects for five years before Wanari she worked on facilities management projects. Don't be misled by her sweetness and kindness, she can be strong-minded if need be.

When she is not working, she balances on a slackline, climbs a wall, and tries snowboarding in winter. She collects books, and in the cold, her favorite activity is to read on the couch with a hot tea and her kitten Phantom.

Gábor Bence Beke

Gábor Bence Beke

Bence

System Administrator

Bence works with Windows servers and now he is learning the tricks of Linux servers. If he faced with a seemingly unsolvable problem, he takes a walk to clear his head and starts working on it again.
In his spare time, he likes to go to the cinema with his girlfriend, to explore Budapest and to have some coffee. If he has some time left, he builds Warhammer 40,000 or other sci-fi and fantasy models or plays on his Nintendo.

Dániel Balogh

Dániel Balogh

Dani

Junior Backend Developer

Dani is a backend developer with Java (Spring) background and now a wannabe Scala dev as he loves the way of thinking needed for functional programming.
He is a real foodie, constantly searching for new food and drink experiences across the globe, with a focus on Asian cuisine, natural wines and cocktails.
He loves travelling, especially exploring the nordic region and major cities.

The Crew.

How about you?

We live by the words 'Life is too short not to work somewhere awesome.' If it's true of you, too, Wanari might just be the place for you.

Java Backend Dev

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Junior Developer

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Android
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If you have no hands-on experience, but love learning, apply to join Team Wanari!

iOS Developer

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Mid-level iOS developer who has aspirations to become an iOS Lead Dev.

Android Developer

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