DigiExam is a tool used by students and teachers to perform exams and assessments. A typical week over 50 000 exams are handed-in using DigiExam, which means that your work will have a direct impact on a lot of people.
The backend that you will work with is a Go application hosted on Google Cloud Platform - which means that you will have all the Google Cloud Platform products at your disposal (more details: https://cloud.google.com/products/). Some of the tools we frequently use today are App Engine, Compute Engine, Datastore, Memcache and BigQuery.
We use practices such as continuous delivery for automatic deployment and testing, documentation of our routines and peer review of all our code changes.
We expect that:
We can offer you the opportunity to:
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6 weeks paid vacation
Breakfast at the office every morning
Occupational pension (Tjänstepension)
Flexible working hours
Private health insurance
Wellness grant (Friskvårdsbidrag), 5000kr/year
DigiExam is the leading digital exam platform to create, deliver and grade exams and academic tests. Through a comprehensive, integrated set of tools the platform makes life easier for instructors and teachers to prepare and grade exams, helps students to take tests more efficiently and to reach their full potential. On a institutional level DigiExam helps to offer a more qualitative education and saves the environment and institutions money by reducing paper wastage. DigiExam is intuitive, reliable and secure and currently serves 3,000 universities and schools worldwide.
2014Product released from beta, we reached 30+ schools using the system and 7 employees. Also got our first own office!
2015Reached 350+ schools using the system
2016 1000+ schools using the system
20171,000,000 exams written in DigiExam, 2,500 Schools, 95,000 National tests in Sweden
2018More than 2,500,000 exams written in DigiExam, 3,100 Schools, 900 Customers, 19,000 Teachers, 300,000 students.