Who We Are
We are experts in our fields: leading thinkers and battle-hardened engineers that have paid our dues. We work on cutting-edge technology, and we like to understand how the technology works from the high-level architecture down to the low-level bits and bytes.
Defining the Future
The Onux company slogan is "Defining the Future". We are pushing the boundaries of technology. Your future, our future; they all depend on the work that we do together.
Onux is a highly-technical company. Founded as a company working on programming language theory and compiler engineering, you will be challenged every day to think about the future and how we can push the limits of technology. What others believe to be "not possible," we work to solve; that is how the company was founded.
Driven by Passion
We live and breathe computers. We have strong opinions on our hardware — down to the CPU and hard drive. We got excited when we printed "Hello, World!" to our computer screen for the first time. We talk software and technology in our free time. We have a nostalgia for historic computer equipment but equally love the smell of a new machine. We have a deep respect for the pioneers in our industry, and we endeavor to build on their work and leave a mark on this industry as they did.
Are you tired of offices at technology companies that resemble your child's pre-school playground? Would you rather walk down the stairs than go down a slide? Do you agree that slides and Nerf guns have no place in an office building?
At Onux, we take our work seriously and behave professionally, but we still have fun... without losing our dignity as men and women. In fact, the company name, "Onux", was derived from its phonetic resemblance to the "onyx" rock. When used in jewelry, it has a polished black shine and represents the values and culture of the company: strong, via its hardness, and determined, via its dark colour. We believe this serves as a stark contrast to the stereotypical juvenility of modern technology companies.
Do you sound like a fit for our company culture?