Dear fellow programmer!
I'm Pavel, I run a small developer company 4M. Almost all of us are devs or devs-turned-something-we-needed-more. We've been around for 18 years, have played with tech like databases, various back-end tech, binary desktop apps, web apps, mobile apps, TV apps, you name it. We've always been on the forefront of what's new _and_ useful but since we've seen so many evolution cycles and buzzwords that they bring, we can tell stable from experimental and offer great solutions to our clients' long-term needs/problems in more than one tech.
If we have a choice we go with C# or Java on the back-end. On the front-end, we're C++/Qt, C#/WPF on the desktop, Java and Swift on mobile, and all kinds of HTML5 tech for the web.
Currently we're building our second C# team as we have too many opportunities in the tech and too little time. We're looking both for junior and senior C#ists, so don't worry if you don't have 10 years' worth of experience under your belt -- but if you do, we'll be delighted to meet you. Also, if you're into Java, let me tell you a controversial thing: C# is like Java v2. So it's easy to change but hard to get back - and since that switch is relatively painless, javists are welcome as well.
Hear from you soon!