Software Development

Experienced software developers, full-stack engineers and DevOps engineers
- all on the autism spectrum and ready to work on your next project.
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Software development and migration

We can help you upgrade your technology portfolio to take advantage of new, modern technologies that are always becoming available. auticon provides autistic talent that is ready to work. We specialize in matching our team of full-stack developers and engineers to your project, bringing a unique, neurodivergent perspective to your agile team. Additionally, auticon offers you redesign and re-platforming services and supports system migrations to new platforms.

We now feature bespoke software development for companies wanting SaaS platforms, mobile applications or widgets.

Full-Stack Engineers

Skills include UX and UI frameworks, CSS, JavaScript, HTML, Java, C, C++, Ruby, Perl, Python, Scala, Go, Kubernetes, Docker, Apache Mesos, Jenkins, HashiCorp stack (Terraform, Vault, Consul, Nomad

Software Developers

Skills include C, C++, Assembly, Java, proprietary technologies/frameworks/toolkits

DevOps Engineers

Skills include Oracle VirtualBox, Vmware, PowerShell, TCP/IP, Windows System Admin, Linux Systems Admin, Autodesk InfraWorks 360, Auto CAD, Kubernetes, Docker, Apache Mesos, Jenkins, HashiCorp stack (Terraform, Vault, Consul, Nomad)

The world’s most innovative companies are seeing the benefits of adding our autistic technology consultants to their teams:

“The auticon consultant’s technical expertise is now being implemented as best practice in our systems and processes. I can highly recommend the auticon consultant. We look forward to further cooperation in future projects!”

– Andrea Schultz, Group IT Reporting, Allianz


Software integration engineer

Primary duties: In the modern era of smart devices and the internet of things, software integration engineers (also referred to as embedded systems developers) use coding languages to program hardware like consumer devices, home security alert systems, electronics, interfaces, real-time systems and serial data transmissions.

Skills: C, C++, Assembly, Java, proprietary technologies/frameworks/toolkits

Full-stack engineer

Primary duties: A software engineer who is fluent in front-end and back-end skills and responsibilities is referred to as a full-stack engineer. These individuals possess all the skills necessary to create a fully functional web app, from the front-facing user experience to the complex systems behind it.

Skills: UX and UI frameworks, CSS, JavaScript, HTML, Java, C, C++, Ruby, Perl, Python, Scala, Go, Kubernetes, Docker, Apache Mesos, Jenkins, HashiCorp stack (Terraform, Vault, Consul, Nomad)

DevOps engineer

Primary duties: DevOps (development and operations) engineers apply processes and methodologies to streamline product development, improvement and maintenance as well as facilitate communication between development and operations teams.

Their work requires familiarity with the processes used by back-end developers to build, deploy and integrate across technologies, like cloud computing services. These engineers are familiar with cloud storage applications such as OneDrive, GitHub and Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Skills: Kubernetes, Docker, Apache Mesos, Jenkins, HashiCorp stack (Terraform, Vault, Consul, Nomad)

Back-end engineer

Primary duties: A back-end engineer, or back-end developer, works within complex systems to create smooth functions behind the user interface, focusing on the core logic, design, implementation, scalability and performance of a system. They mainly create and manage databases, integrating data systems, logging systems and caching systems using Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).

Skills: Java, C, C++, Ruby, Perl, Python, Scala, Go


Autistic Talent

Our teams have extraordinary cognitive abilities that provide exceptional value in the tech space. Logic, speed, precision, sustained concentration, and an ability to intuitively spot errors provide a uniquely autistic perspective on your tech projects.

Targeted Fulfillment

We closely match each consultant to your job requirements, office culture, and the neurodiversity goals of your organization. Our autistic consultants arrive at work at your local office, providing expertise in high-demand skills such as business analytics, Salesforce Administration, software development, cybersecurity, quality assurance, and more. Like any team member, they become integrated into your teams and function as employees.

Ensured Success

Our job coaches play a central role in your success, acting as a liaison between you and the autistic consultant, working hand-in-hand to communicate timelines, manage expectations, resolve needs, and ensure the ultimate success of your program.

The auticon advantage

Autistic adults often have extraordinary cognitive abilities, such as logic, pattern recognition, precision, sustained concentration, and an ability to intuitively spot errors, yet many find it difficult to secure or maintain mainstream employment. While autistic strengths are highly individualized, academic research shows advantages emerge:

  • Autistic employees show greater analytical & systemizing skills
  • Innovative & creative intelligence
  • Higher standards & productivity
  • Honesty
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Job coaches ensure success

auticon’s consultants and clients are supported by our job coaches who ensure that the consultants’ work environments enable them to deliver to their full professional potential. Our  job coaches promote inclusion and wellbeing and are integral to making sure our consultants feel supported in their assignments. Most importantly they provide clients with support and information regarding autism in the workplace and can convey feedback between the client and the consultant.

Our Job Coaches typically have a background in clinical psychology, performance coaching, managing anxiety disorders, special education, and vocational rehabilitation.

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Autism is not a processing error,
it's a different operating system.

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