Sleep on it

Fully agree with this article, http://avc.com/2016/07/sleeping-on-it/.

One of my best life lessons. I have been through this several times.

Please read the comments below the article. There are so many valuable insights and experience that are worth having in life. And you get them all for free without going through it one by one in hard ways.

So, ‘sleep’ sufficiently.

Wanted: Mobile App Developers

Update: These opportunities are no longer available and already occupied.

Looking for 2-3 creative developers who can develop and maintain Jobplanet mobile application.

1. iOS (1 developer)

Qualifications:
3~4 years of iOS development and publishing experience
Fluency with Objective-C, iOS related APIs and SDK
Experience with integrating internal and external APIs
Experience with app testing and quality assurance (Unit test and/or automation)
Experience with performance optimization on iOS
Familiarity with visual design and user experience principles
Understanding of Storyboard and Interface builder
Experience with Internationalization(I18N), Localization(L10N) is a plus

2. Android (1-2 developers)

Qualifications:
3~4 years of Android development and publishing experience
Fluency with Java, Android related APIs and SDK
Experience with integrating internal and external APIs
Experience with app testing and quality assurance (Unit test and/or automation)
Experience with performance optimization on Android
Familiarity with visual design and user experience principles
Experience with Internationalization(I18N), Localization(L10N) is a plus

If you are interested or have good friends you can recommend to me, please send an email to hr.id@jobplanet.com.

Or, you can just share this information to your network, in case someone is interested with this opportunity.

Thank you.

Product Checklist

  1. Understand what people need.
  2. Address the whole experience, from start to finish.
  3. Make it simple and intuitive.
  4. Build the service using agile and iterative practices.
  5. Structure budgets and contracts to support delivery.
  6. Assign one leader and hold that person accountable.
  7. Bring in experienced teams.
  8. Choose a modern technology stack.
  9. Deploy in a flexible hosting environment.
  10. Automate testing and deployments.
  11. Manage security and privacy through reusable processes.
  12. Use data to drive decisions.
  13. Default to open.

Source: U.S. Digital Services Playbook

I wish Indonesian government could also setup such list.Hat tip: Matt.