Technologies

We use any technology that enables us to reach our objectives. We see technology as a set of tools to help us do the right things. We'd rather change a technology than fit our ideas into a bucket of compromises. Our infrastructure helps us to plan, build and validate our products fast. A day without production deployment just doesn't feel right. Our teams work hand in hand with stakeholders from all over the Thomann universe and never back off from collecting real customer feedback.

> code: php, js, typescript, react, react native, twig, graphql, memcached

> data: google big query, firebase & data studio, ga4, splunk, mysql, solr

> design: figma, sketch

> devops: docker, openshift, helm, drone ci, github

> yeah, we made this look like terminal haha brrrrrr even with shitty line breaks

> infrastructure: rocky linux, google cloud, foreman, puppet, vmware

> day-to-day: slack, jira, confluence, google workplace, mural, lucidchart

> way of work: cross-functional product, platform and service teams

> equipment: get what you want and achieve your goals with it!

> there's even more. check us at stackshare

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Data

We have a clear opinion and vision on how to use data to constantly improve our products and services while respecting your privacy. We'd rather kill a pipe than create the next useless algorithm for the sake.

Our offices

Remote. Distributed. Together.

Work from home or any of our offices. Our team is 100% remote and will stay this way. You need a stable internet connection and your laptop. Currently our way of work supports the central European timezone +/-2h.

Treppendorf

Our Thomann headquarters. Just a few minutes’ drive outside of Bamberg. Come by to visit our shop or meet with colleagues outside of tech & data.

Berlin

Our thomann.io office in the heart of Berlin. Easily reachable at Rosenthaler Platz. Perfect for workshops and team building.

Erlangen

Our thomann.io office in Nuremberg's metropolitan area. Just a few minutes by foot from Erlangen station. Nice, quiet location to do some deep work.

Our thomann.io Blog

Jul 13, 2022 - Oliver Dolgener

Are you Appic enough to join us?

Developing the most appic Thomann App while hunting for 5-star reviews and perfect burndown charts!

Jun 30, 2022 - Heiko Terfloth

A day at the BK-nusprig drive-in

Bad jokes, burgers, and developers... Did someone call us?

May 13, 2022 - Ralph Cibis

Thomann.io goes Cyberpunk

We went fully cyberpunk! Our branding community's last side and heart project.

Jan 3, 2022 - David Beuchert

DIY software: Why it's the one and only way to do it and everyone else is wrong

My provoking approach wooing for more in-house development.

Dec 8, 2021 - Nadine

Going fully responsive

Why we redesigned our shop - and why purple's the new blue.

Oct 18, 2021 - Julia Manger

Open Space 2021

Summer 2021 - Home office, lockdown, a fourth wave and: huh?! An Open Space!

Aug 6, 2021 - Stefan Stammler

Bits, Beats, Ops-Team

Someone needs to bring our shop online. This is our mission.

Jul 7, 2021 - Ralph Cibis

Hello, Webteam

We are the Thomann Web Team. We create thomann.de and the Thomann App.

Jan 27, 2021 - Nadine

What Kan Kanban do

The idea behind moving cards - with a crispy epilogue.

Sep 7, 2020 - Francesco

Guitars to Oslo or: The Art of Offering the Right Shipping Methods

Our developer Francesco provides you with behind the scenes insights

Jul 14, 2020 - Thomas Tischner

How Thomann is mastering the move to Kubernetes

Our Sysadmin Thomas tells you from his day-to-day work

Nov 4, 2019 - Domi

Thomann Dev Camp 2k19

This year under the Slogan "ready for our collective take-off".

Severe case of I-wanna-work-with-you?

...or any questions for us? Give Anne a call!

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