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.NET Architect

If designing systems that handle big amounts of data, transactions and services is your passion, we would like to hear from you.

SHAPE is known for building high quality mobile apps that tackle real problems and push businesses forward. At Shape you will be working closely together with other talented developers to build the brains and hearts of some awesome mobile apps used by millions. You will put your existing skills to good use, and learn new ones by working together with other skilled people.

We hope that you also want to share your knowledge with co-workers and assume you are as eager to follow the newest technology trends as the rest of us.


  • Solid experience with large scale system architecture, caching techniques, REST APIs and data modelling.
  • Experience with .NET development.
  • Motivation to become a part of and learn from a team of experienced and passionate developers for web, iOS and Android.
  • An interest in system architecture, caching techniques, REST APIs and data modelling.
  • Maybe you also have experience with Docker and Azure services.
  • Ability to work from our office in Copenhagen.


Our office is located in a lovely old warehouse on Islands Brygge, where we host social events, keynotes, Fifa tournaments, morning runs (and swims), friday bars, board game nights, family LEGO days and much more.

We are organized with a very flat hierarchy without unnecessary project managers, but with team leads who also have technical backgrounds. Our team is very international and so far includes people from 31 different countries. Our company language is English.

A couple of times each year we press pause on our daily projects and retrieve to a remote location. We get together for socialising and hacking on side projects - we call this Shape Weekend. It is a lot of fun.


If you are looking to relocate to Copenhagen, we offer visa sponsorship as well as relocation support.

We have relocated many great Shapers. You can read some of their stories here: