Code with the pros and learn more than you ever imagined

At Yummygum we make top notch digital solutions for amazing clients at spectacular companies, big and small. From our clean and minimal office located in the heart of Amsterdam we refine, design, build brands and digital products.

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  • A tightknit team of focused individuals
  • Growth spurt
  • Relaxed office hours
  • A sweet internship compensation

Being a Front-End Developer Intern

As a Front-End Developer Intern you join the Development team as you make the most enticing designs come to life and then some.

That very same team you're part of is continously in close contact with the Visual Design team to make sure their designs are implemented meticulously.

Your average day consists of picking up issues on GitHub and coming up with ingenious ways to code components to be as neat as possible. Of course this is all done with a super duper modern tech stack that includes TypeScript, React, Next.js, GraphQL and more.

While some days might be more about learning to code according to ESLint and Stylelint conventions, other days are more about getting aquianted with Design Tokens and testing your Components with Storybook. Git version control is incorporated into your daily routine. Whether you're committing, reviewing a Pull Request or playing a game of foosball you learn something new every day.

Our tools of choice

  • React

  • Next

  • VSCode

  • TypeScript

  • Storybook

You know how to turn a design into a working product using whatever code editor you prefer  (please say Visual Studio Code). Clean code and good design get you weak in the knees, and motivate you to step up your own game.

You know VanillaJS inside out and you're drawn to modern JS Frameworks and libraries. As a matter of fact you're eager to (finally) work with a state of the art stack. Working together with other devs and learning from their approach is what drives you to improve. But you also don't shy away from trying to find opportunities for others to improve through pull request reviews.

Although you might still be in school going for that Computer Science or Software Engineering degree, you can't wait to apply your dev skills outside the realm of your study. Heck, you may even have some freelance or open source projects going for you besides school assignements (brownie points if say you do). Whichever the case may be you've got a GitHub page to back it up.

In short you'll

  • Learn working the agile way

  • Develop a keen eye for detail

  • Chip in on client projects using Git

  • Learn about ESLint & Stylelint conventions

  • Help code components in React

  • Experiment (eg. with new JS frameworks)

Your squad to-be

Meet the Development Team

  • Donovan

    Developer

    Getting the best out of the dev squad and building solid products together is what puts a smile on my face.
  • Nils

    Developer

    Making sure we’re always up-to-date with the latest technologies is what I strive for.
  • Yannick

    Developer

    It's my job to make sure that we write maintainable and performant code, to ensure the best user experience.
  • Steven

    Developer

    I love the feeling when my code contributes to a meaningful and beautiful product.
  • Guus

    Developer

    I love being challenged by amazing designs and turning them into reliable and clean code.
  • Margot

    Developer

    I love to make beautiful design #id’s come to life with the latest web technologies.
  • Teun

    Developer

    My passion for development comes from crafting beautiful interfaces using modern web technologies.

Okay enough about us, let's talk about you.

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We'd love to hear your story and see what you and your past work are made of to see if we're the right fit for you.

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