Company and Culture
At K15t we've created a repeatable hiring process that's easy to follow and transparent for candidates. No secrets or magic involved.
Are you also exploring the possibility of remote work in your team? Here are three things we've identified that you need to nail both as a remote worker and as a company if you want to be successful.
For the third year in a row, K15t participated in Bike to Work Day, a global event that encourages a fun, healthy commute to the office and promises to add a few new regulars to our growing K15t cycling community.
What happened to the old K15t design? CEO Stefan tells the story beyond the change from his personal perspective.
How do I combine technology and teamwork in a meaningful way? Our very first TeamTalk held in our office in Stuttgart exposed thought provoking answers to this and other questions.
Each year, the K15t team goes on an adventure known as the Company Outing. This time around, we hiked, tobogganed, and swam our way through the Black Forest, enjoying the sites along the way. Read all about what the team got up to.
The K15t Hacketse always promises to produce some awesome projects – and occasionally a surprise or two. Read on for a recap of our latest Hacketse, everyone's favorite K15t event.
What do you get when you combine 27 participants, 10 creative ideas, 24 hours, and a kitchen full of pizza? A K15t Hacketse of course!
K15t co-founder and CEO, Stefan Kleineikenscheidt, tells his personal story of growing a career in IT, being inspired by new ideas and technology, meeting co-founder Tobias Anstett, and founding K15t.
We have held ten hackathons over a period of three years, and until last week, we've never had two winners.
Davin recently kicked off K15t's first official Bike to Work Day. We'll talk a little bit about why and how.
Much has been written about the habits of effective and successful teams. Very few articles actually talk about how to develop them. This blog post aims to fill that gap.
Some of our team members recently took advantage of K15t Software's Pledge 1% partnership to spend a sunny afternoon cleaning up Stuttgart's forest trails.
The latest K15t hackathon just wrapped, boasting 22 participants and ten projects. With a time constraint of 24 hours, every team worked hard to get their great ideas shipped out the door. Here's a look at the three highest voted projects.
An employee handbook is an important business document. There are many reasons for having one and at least as many articles on the web that discuss them. So, instead of reiterating arguments others have already made, I'd like to discuss how an employee handbook can help build company culture.
There are lots of blog posts that talk about why and how companies host hackathons. This is not one of those. This blog post provides a practical guide and checklist that helped me organize our upcoming hackathon. To help out all those other hackathon-organizers out there, I thought I'd share my experience and checklist.
K15t Software regularly stages hackathons, which I participate in. But how do you go about a hackathon project? What do you start with? How do you decide what you can and cannot achieve? I will answer these questions by guiding you through my own hackathon project.
Sharing passwords with team members can compromise company security. Unfortunately, many teams have to. In this article, I want to demonstrate how the K15t team manages and shares passwords without compromising security.
At the end of a successful year, we want to thank you for collaborating with us by sharing a little bit of cheer: K15t Software is proud to present you with a free sticker pack for iMessage and Telegram featuring our rocketcorn mascot. Happy Holidays!