Being a remote-centric company, we tremendously enjoy the rare occasions when we have a chance to meet each other in person. We strive to organise Happy Retreats every few months for exactly that purpose.read more
we work remotely!
What we do?
We deliver dedicated software solutions and provide consultancy to a wide variety of industries. That includes:
and hybrid apps
and backend services
Happy Team was founded in 2015 when 5 software developers, who enjoyed working together, decided to go independent and fully unlock their potential as a team.
It's not only writing code but also exchanging opinions and ideas that's important for the team's growth. HappyTeam loves people and communities. Founders of DevDay and organizers of GET.NET and dev@LDZ meetup are a part of the team. Most of the team members are also successful international conference speakers.
Who we are?The Team
Happy Team supports customers from around the world in their business by providing them with smart and passionate software developers. Every one of them spent last decade expanding his skills in software development field choosing different paths and technologies.
Dev, motorcyclist, dreamer and coffee lover. He starts every day with a new idea and strives to be at least a bit better by sunset. No one told him that some things are not possible in code, so he does it all.
Enthusiastic JS afficionado sharing his passion for the front-end at various international conferences. He is also managing our biggest project and the clients love his deep understanding of their business model and problem domain.
Software dev, interested in functional programming and learning new programming languages in general. Currently, in love with Elixir. Dreams of having an animal shelter. Also, a tea enthusiast, runner, gamer.
A developer that believes that optimised workflow for a user matters. Experienced in all layers but having more passion for building frontend with perfectly aligned elements. Always up for riddles and weekend travels.
Long-haired developer who believes that user experience is far less important than well-written and properly tested backend. Likes to drink coffee as much as writing things in Java. Seriously addicted to metal music.
Full-stack developer, blogger and bookworm. Besides C# interested in Python and Java. When doesn't code, she reads books, knits, crochets and solves jigsaw puzzles.
Our ValuesWhat we believe in
Our values define who we are. They are the fundamental beliefs of our team. They influence the way we work with each other, serve our customers and engage with communities.
JoinCome work with us
Currently we're not looking for developers but if you'd like to work with us in the future, don't hesitate to drop us an email.Send email
2016 in numbersSee how we did in 2016
TestimonialsSee what our clients say about us
Our cooperation with Happy Team started when Kuba Walinski - one of the founders - gave us a helping hand on a project that was at risk. Even though we never met in person I must admit that any work done for us by Happy Team is of great quality and always on time. Moreover, Happy Team understands our business very well, even though we realise our explanations are not always crystal clear ;)Emilia Bratkowska
I definitely recommend Happy Team!
Director of Marketing, Rainbow Tours S.A.
I have been working with Happy Team for over a year and have been impressed with their talent, professionalism and problem solving abilities. They have always delivered on time without the need for oversight. They have been a true force multiplier for my business.Riccardo Terrell
What's new?Our Blog
You just got hired in a company. A big one. The one you always dreamed about. Today is your first, exciting day. You arrive at 9 A.M. sharp, your supervisor welcomes you and introduces to rules and customs in the company. First stop, kitchen and coffee machine (yay, freshly brewed drink of gods). Second stop, chill room and hammocks, sweet. Third stop, your team (open)room and your desk with shiny laptop the IT guy delivered a few seconds ago. You couldn’t be happier, could you?read more
Many of us became programmers because we wanted to solve problems that we came across every day. It doesn't matter if we want to create a website for ourselves, write a mobile app that's missing from the store or program a robot just for fun. We are driven by curiosity and making machines to help us in the process is absolutely satisfying. How about we take all that passion, multiply by dozens of people and focus on solving real issues? That's the idea behind a hackathon - turning any idea into reality in a realtively short amount of time.read more