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FAQ

This section aims to answer frequently asked questions from developers.

What role can I use on LinkedIn?‚Äč

Starting from October 24th, 2022. Fluid Attacks current and former talent can decide on the title and job description/duties they want to show on LinkedIn, certification and recommendation letters, and any other mechanisms where this information may be important.

There are no conditions. The decision on what title or job description/duties a person use is made individually by each person's judgment. Please try to make it relevant, but feel free to word it in the way that's most convenient for you.

Should you wish or need a certification, the Human Resources department or the corresponding authority at Fluid Attacks will sign the letter you write, as you wrote it, or they'll make one including the details and exact words that you voluntarily chose to include.

To clarify a little bit more, a Developer can identify as (but not limited to):

  • Software Developer (or Engineer)
  • Security Developer (or Engineer)
  • Front End Engineer (or Developer)
  • Back End Engineer (or Developer)
  • Full Stack Engineer (or Developer)
  • Mobile Engineer (or Developer)
  • DevOps Engineer (or Developer)
  • SecDevOps Engineer (or Developer)
  • Site Reliability Engineer

And they can decide on their level as well. For instance (but not limited to):

  • Junior
  • Intermediate
  • (None)
  • Senior
  • Expert
  • Principal
  • Staff

Transitions within job titles or levels can also be done at each talent's judgment, at any time. It's not tied to periodic performance reviews or salary increases.

The job titles and levels are also not tied to what the employment contract says, therefore, feel free to pick the one you want.