- You will become part of our international team in a Scrum setting
- You will be responsible for releasing Apps with stores from Google, Apple and Microsoft
- You will also be responsible for releasing our large-scale cloud software
- You will contribute to the continuous improvement of our team and processes
- You are a cooperative team player, which shares their knowledge and has fun in learning new technologies and concepts
- You have a background in Release Engineering, and you have software development expertise
- You have experience in Azure DevOps Server, and you are familiar with Gitlab
- You have experience with WiX toolset and Xamarin
- You are familiar with JSON, XML and ideally NuGet
- You have an analytical mind-set and can grasp complex concepts easily
- You are fluent in English; German is a plus and you are not afraid of working agile
Work Life Balance
Flexible working hours so you can decide on your own work-life balance and have time for yourself, your family and friends as well as your job
STATE of the Art
A 20-year success story and a company culture with a start-up mentality – every day is a casual Friday and our doors are always open
International headquarters in the heart of Munich with excellent public transport connections
A BenefitsCard, which you can use for example as for all surrounding restaurants as a lunch subsidy.
Enjoy our internal training and health programs or use our cooperation with Urban Sports Club
Teams from every corner of the world that work in flat hierarchies and have fun at our regular staff events.
1 S-BAHN ROSENHEIMER PLATZ
It’s only four stops to Munich main station and just round the corner from Brainloop. Plus: Rosenheimer Platz is the gateway to the cool Haidhausen district with its bars, coffee shops and designer boutiques. You’ll be able to check out hotspots like Weißenburger Platz, Pariser Platz and the area between Bordeauxplatz, Orleansplatz and Preysingstraße, which Munich insiders call the “French quarter”.
2 MÜLLER’S SWIMMING POOL
Since 1901, this art nouveau pool next to the Ludwigsbrücke bridge has been the go-to address for everyone wanting to relax in stylish surroundings. Along with the large pool with its barrel vaulting, you can enjoy a Roman-Irish steam bath, another steam room with a cascading fountain, and a Finnish sauna with a range of different steam aromas. The opening times are amazing too: dive in from 07:30 to 23:00 every day!
3 HANS IM GLÜCK
A great grill and bar with unusual burger creations made from succulent beef or fresh chicken breast. Or are you more tempted by the vegetarian versions – maybe with a cheese and spinach patty or one made from Tirolean alpine cheese? Whatever you choose, enjoy it in a hip birch tree décor. If Hans im Glück didn’t exist, someone would have to invent it!
4 KARL VALENTIN’S BIRTHPLACE
Valentin Fey, known as Karl Valentin, was a real Munich original – a comedian, cabaret singer and inventor of daft things like the furry winter toothpick! In the house where he was born, a local association provides an exhibition showing the history of what used to be a hostel district for labourers. A little further away, you can learn more about Valentin and his crazy life in the Valentin Karlstadt museum, located in the historic Isartor. As stipulated in the rules, entrance is free for 99-year-old people if they’re accompanied by their parents!
5 HOFBRÄUKELLER BEER GARDEN
Located in Innere Wiener Straße, the Hofbräukeller beer garden attracts people of all ages wanting to enjoy a bit of Bavarian lifestyle in the open air. The traditional dishes include roast suckling pig, spare ribs and Obazd’n, a traditional cheese spread served with pretzel bread. Wash it all down with the famous Hofbräu beer. The beer garden has 1,700 seats and a highlight is the cocktail bar with a sandy beach. The entrance is on Wiener Platz, one of Munich’s most attractive squares.
6 GASTEIG CULTURE CENTRE
The Gasteig has seen all sorts of famous names pass through its doors, and today it’s home to the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra and the Richard Strauss Conservatory and the city library. Located by the Isar river, it puts on about 1,700 events per year, covering music, theatre, dance and literature. The library offers a huge choice of media too, with over 1.7 million titles. Want to catch a glimpse of your favourite film and TV stars? Then come to the Munich International Film Festival, which attracts some 80,000 visitors every year.
7 DEUTSCHES MUSEUM
Want to track how stars move across the firmament? Experience the atmosphere in a mine? Or be startled when lightning strikes a few feet away from you? The Deutsches Museum is the address for you. With its 25,000sqm of exhibition space, it’s the world’s largest science and technology museum!!
8 ISAR BEACH
Its ecological restoration in 2011 cost millions and was worth it! The Isar river is now a great meeting point for all Munich residents. There’s a lot to see – from the gravel shore on the Prater island to the Muffatwerk entertainment venue. Or get a great view up on the Cornelius bridge and enjoy nature lower down on the Reichenbach bridge. Chilling by the Isar is a great way to end your day! Surfing in the city? You can in Munich. Come to the Eisbach river next to the Haus der Kunst art gallery and watch surfboarders do their thing – or join in. Prefer wind or kite surfing? A bit further out of the city, you’ll enjoy your sport at the bay in Herrsching or the Ammer Lake (Ammersee) in Utting.
SURFEN IN DER STADT? SIE KÖNNEN IN MÜNCHEN. KOMMEN SIE ZUM EISBACH RIVER NEBEN DER HAUS DER KUNST ART GALLERY UND SEHEN SIE SURFBOARDER, DIE IHRE SACHE TUN – ODER BEITRETEN. WIND- ODER Drachensurfen bevorzugen? EIN BIT AUS DER STADT GENIESSEN SIE IHREN SPORT AN DER BAY IN HERRSCHING ODER AM AMMERSEE IN UTTING.