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Alex Morrison and Andy Cummins
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Updated 3 Mar 2023
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- 5.03 Mar 2023Web DeveloperFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsHove, England
Friendly, curious, ambitious group of people. Collaborating very effectively and empathically to solve interesting problems. Good day-to-day patterns, support, coffee and (most importantly) cake.
Hard to think of. If you were less interested in their core client's material (museums, galleries, archives and so on) you might find the work more challenging and harder to get enthusiastic about.
- 5.023 Oct 2022Web DeveloperFormer Employee, more than 3 years
Flexible, happy, supportive culture with help to grow. You can learn anything you like from dedicated weekly training time. Great projects and it provided me good learning exposure.
Salaries can be more competitive.
- 4.019 Aug 2021Web DeveloperCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
Great culture and team, no blame culture. Self training weekly time, conferences and some travel.
Salaries can be more competitive. I don't think there are any other cons as they are completely flexible since after Covid.
- 5.021 Sept 2020Software DeveloperCurrent EmployeeBrighton, England
Clients are super-interesting, you get to work on projects for clients that do good things in the world. It's not just marketing campaigns or quick builds but long-lasting, quality work for clients all over the world. Colleagues are exceptionally talented and really trust and help one another out. Every company claims their culture is great, Cogapp's culture is actually great, it's fun and professional, a great place to learn continuously from junior developer through more senior roles.
You're always learning at Cogapp so if you are the sort of dev who wants to stick to that one technology that you love dearly then unless you're prepared to branch out Cogapp probably isn't the best fit.
- 5.029 Sept 2020Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
The environment is super supportive, in terms of career growth, personal growth, and even making mistakes. The content we work with is interesting and the clients are nice too. The projects aren't motivated by money, but by doing something good, which I find fulfilling. Our work is a bit of a niche, but it's amazing to be working with the people at the very cutting edge and top of the digital for museums and galleries field.
Sometimes we're really busy, but it's not all day every day.
- 5.014 Sept 2020CEO-FounderCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsBrighton, England
Great projects doing interesting things for worthwhile organisations Interesting technical environment - serverless, AI, Node etc... Very smart team Decent salaries and benefits
Not great for people who just want to work on their own
- 5.03 Jan 2018Software EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsBrighton, England
- Challenging and interesting work - Great colleagues - Independent research time and training
I can't think of any