Proxify helps talented developers connect with brilliant startups. Join yourself or apply as a team with your friends.
Proxify connects talented developers with growing startups.
6 of 10 startups add at least one more developer to the team within three months. Our projects give you the room to progress into leading roles and develop your skills.
We headhunt developers and assist in helping startups to efficiently work with talented developers on a remote basis.
Our ultimate goal is to convince every company that we come across to work with devoted and senior developers outside of their home country.
We've met many companies who tested outsourcing but were forced to stop because they found quality and communication to be real issues - they just weren't able to find the right developer. With this in mind we have crafted a growing network of Eastern Europe’s best developers.
We are constantly looking for developers writing code that we would be confident in deploying, even on a Friday. Startups that we work with deserve the best developers - we know that they don't grow on trees, but we're hoping that you can be the next one!
You write readable code and follow best practices - You burn for maintaining standards.
Your English doesn’t have to be perfect. But you should be willing to speak on Skype and not be afraid to speak with webcam turned on.
You have an entrepreneurial spirit. You come with suggestions on how to improve the product. You take pride in assuming responsibility.
See what some of our talented developers have to say.
I'm so happy to be a part of such a successful project. On a daily basis I get to use my managerial skills and implement improvements. Read Oleksandra's story →
I've been working with Proxify as a full-stack developer for over a year already and I really burn with enthusiasm for the project I'm working on. Read Olexii's story →
I continue to work remotely but have the added bonus of not having to worry about looking for my next clients or projects, or negotiations about pricing. Read Evgeniia's story →