· 2 min read Posted by Kevin Galligan

Work at Touchlab

(Crosspost from medium.com/@kpgalligan)

Hello! We’re hiring great Android folks, here’s our website. But so is everybody.

I wanted to put in a personal note about what’s going on here and why you’d want to come join the team.

We’re releasing the Doppl thing (below), but from day 1 Touchlab has been very Android-focused, and that isn’t changing anytime soon. If your goals include working on the bleeding edge of the Android ecosystem and teaching/learning/defining best practices, we need to chat.


Doppl is an Android-centric code sharing platform. Like an actually-native React Native. Read about it here, here, and here. We’re locking down our first big clients now and opening up the source in a couple weeks. We’re also going to need to refresh the Droidcon NYC app to use RX, Room db, and other things. So there’s that.


We’ve been doing Kotlin for a few years. We’ve only been putting Kotlin into the client projects for the past year or so, but now that Kotlin is “official” it’s an easier sell. Doppl is Java, so it’s not like we’re all Kotlin, but it’s happening.


If you want to work on custom AOSP-related hardware, we’re doing some of that too. Highly visible stuff. In fact, that’s our most immediate send-your-resume-yesterday need. It’s really fun stuff, and if this is the kind of thing you’d like to work on, please reach out immediately.


If you’ve never heard of us, we run the big NY Android meetup, as well as Droidcon NYC. Networking is good for you. Also, consider submitting a talk.


We have a VR room with a Vive, which has nothing to do with what we’re working on. Yet, anyway. We do group outings, offer outstanding benefits, and have surprise cookies and scotch. You can maybe bring your dog to work. It’s a tech company.


We’re a consulting company, but we’re a really, really interesting one. Reach out.