_ Hey

Nice to meet you!

Meet Coding Sans, the people behind our code.

Gábor Zoltán Tóth “Totty”

CTO

Máté Wohlmuth

CEO

László Csele "Lacka"

Tech Lead

Péter Esztári

Tech Lead

Balázs Boros

COO

Karolina Tóth

Internal Coach & Podcast Host

Barna Burom

Developer

Károly Székely

Developer

Tamás Török

Head of Marketing

Dávid Juhász

Developer

Dávid Gombos

Developer

Dániel Brezovcsik

Dániel Brezovcsik

Developer

Bálint Kántor

Developer

Renáta Tóth

Developer

Gábor Trubel

Developer

Gábor Zöld

Content Marketer

Nóra Halasi

Quality Assurance

Márton Németh

Developer

Hajni Molnár

Developer

Olivér Kaposi

Developer

Gergő Vinkler

Developer

Nándor Nagy

Project Manager

Máté Vásárhelyi

Developer

Csenger Szabó

Developer

Tamás Szabó

Developer

Balázs Fábián

Developer

Szabolcs Veér

Developer

Bernadett Török

Designer

Bence Sebők

Product Marketer

Dávid Zsombok

Project Manager

Krisztián Dobó

Developer

Eszter Soóki-Tóth

Developer

Kristóf Várszegi

Developer

Letícia Soós

Office Manager

Tamás Rigó

Developer

Dániel Raffer

Developer

Dávid Pál

Developer

Dóra Oláh

Developer

Dorina Maráki

Developer

Eszter Diána Kocsis

Quality Assurance

Csenge Jakabos

Developer

Gábor Kovács

Quality Assurance

Kata H. Jancsó

Head of Design

Alex Goth

Developer

Áron Fridvalszky

Designer

_A step closer to your product

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Request a free consultation with our project managers, and we help you figure out the next steps for your project.

_The pillars of our work

How We Do It

Code Quality

Our code is tested, linted, and follows the industry best practices. It’s also self-describing so you will know exactly what is happening under the hood.

Free sprint

You won’t get to know us until you work with us. To minimize your risk in the process, we provide the first sprint of coding for free, so you can check out how we actually work to decide whether it meets your requirements.

Full transparency

We provide full code transparency with version tracking software (GitLab or GitHub) and use a direct communication platform (Slack) to communicate achievements, setbacks, and changing requirements on the fly.