Level up your career at FrogSlayer. We are a growing, cohesive team of experienced software development professionals. You'll be challenged to quickly master new skills, design practical and intuitive solutions, and approach software as a discipline, not just a job.
More than just a place to work, FrogSlayer is a place to grow professionally and personally. We not only create a relaxed and fun environment for learning, we take it one step further by creating a great work community. We've been named thrice in the past five years as one of the best companies to work for in Texas by Texas Monthly...in 2013 we were ranked #1.
Benefits of being a FrogSlayer
Results-Only Work Environment
A Results-Only Work Environment, or ROWE, is a strategy where employees are rewarded for results rather than just a presence in the office or how many hours they worked. ROWE has increased schedule flexibility for our people while simultaneously increasing productivity for the entire organization.
Work in a flexible and relaxed environment where people are more worried about creating outcomes instead of playing office politics. Productivity and employee happiness live harmoniously in the world of FrogSlayer.
Great software development requires constant communication between developers, testers, managers and other stakeholders. In order to move fast and stay tied to our clients' needs, we believe it is essential to hire people who exhibit strong communication skills and an eagerness to work with others to solve problems. Software development is more than spitting out lines of code. It is the ideas shared among people that produce exceptional software products for our clients.
You're never finished learning, especially in our industry. We expect our people to have their finger on the pulse of their respective fields and to develop informed opinions. We encourage everyone to take advantage of educational opportunities. It is not uncommon for a group of FrogSlayers to organize a carpool to events and conferences throughout Texas and even across the country. As the old saying goes, “If you’re standing still, you’re falling behind.”