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Windows Engineer

WOVN Minato-ku, Tokyo
  • 💴 No salary range given
  • 🏡 Partially remote
  • 🧪 Minimum years of experience unspecified
  • 💬 Basic Japanese
  • 🌏 Apply from abroad
  • 🧳 Relocate to Japan

About WOVN

WOVN Minato-ku, Tokyo is a website localization service. Our users want to provide their website in multiple languages. We strive to provide the simplest and most powerful solution to our users.

Key benefits

  • Friendly and supportive environment
  • Great mobility from within
  • No overtime

About the position

We are looking for a Windows engineer who will contribute to develop and improve our new product which localizes the files on our cloud storage. The successful candidate will join our new product team and work on Windows client development.

Technology Stack:

  • Language: C# (WPF / .NET Framework 4.7)
  • IDE: Visual Studio
  • Infrastructure: Azure DevOps (CI/CD)

Required Skills/Experience:

  • Strong WPF / XAML / MVVM background
  • Experience with unit testing (Nunit, Moq)
  • Basic level in Japanese

Extra Skills/Experience

While these are not required, please tell us if you have any of the following.

  • Experience with maintaining Windows WPF applications
  • Experience with Gitflow
  • Experience with Prism
  • Experience with Windows UI automation testing (TestStack.White)
  • Experience with building CI/CD (Azure DevOps)
  • Experience with Agile / Scrum
  • Experience with developing web applications
  • Business level in Japanese

Hiring Process

  1. 1

    Online coding test

    We will contact successful applicants after their online test. Please be noted that we are not able to show the test score.

  2. 2


    By default, we have three interviews, but there might be more depending on the situation.

  3. 3

    Offer meeting

Meet WOVN's Developers

Jerome joined WOVN as a backend engineer. Keeping things performant was a big technical challenge, as they have hundreds of requests per second and billions of records in their database. To top it off, for a time it was just him and one other developer responsible for the backend.

Read his story...

Kseniya, a backend developer, was attracted to WOVN because it was a place where she could be herself, and wouldn’t be judged by her coloured hair, piercing, or tattoos. She found that flexibility extended to how they work, and people strived to create an emotionally supportive workplace too.

Read her story...

As a developer, Torkel liked making improvements to processes for things like documentation and meetings. So when he was asked to become a product owner, he seized the opportunity to improve how WOVN develops software.

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