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O nama

Founded in 2005 in Los Angeles, IT Labs is a company that produces high-performing, purpose-driven software development teams. Our goal? To enable our clients to compete through tech, while providing a platform for bright heads to grow and develop into top notch professionals.

Everything we do at IT Labs is based on our core values: People, Integrity, Excellence, Proactivity, and Innovation. Thanks to these, we now have more than 150 team members around the world, and we have presence in the US, UK, the Netherlands, Brazil, Ukraine, Belarus, Serbia, and North Macedonia.

We offer complete life-cycle software development, covering the following techs: C# (.NET), Java, JavaScript (Angular, React, nodeJS), Python, PHP, Vue.js, AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Ruby, and others!

Tech stack

.NET C# Java NodeJS NextJS Python React Angular TypeScript MSSQL PostgresSQL MongoDB Cloud-managed RDBMS AWS RDS Azure SQL AWS Microsoft Azure Google Cloud Azure Pipelines GitHub Actions GitLab Pipelines Jenkins Octopus Deploy CloudFormation Azure ARM templates Terraform Docker Kubernetes Cloud-managed EKS AKS GKE



Soft skills training program

Leadership training

Knowledge sessions


Coaching sessions

Booster program:

Mindfulness sessions

Flexible working hours

Fully remote

Online shopping discounts

Life event bonuses

Private health insurance


FitKit application

Team buildings

Socialy responsible activities

Re:Imagine Sessions

Referral bonuses

Game Room Arena

Idea Nest

Naši ljudi

Jelena Trajkovic

Talent Aquisition Specialist

Anika Metikosh

Talent Aquisition Team Lead

Vladimir Glišić

Technical Team Leader

Milan Saric

Frontend Technical Lead

Milan Tomic

Senior Frontend Engineer

Milos Antic

Frontend Technical Lead

Radmila Petrovic

Quality Assurance Team Lead

Jagoda Peric

Quality Assurance Engineer

Iz našeg pera


From Interns to Employees: A New Batch of Enthusiastic Techies Just Finished Our Internship Stream!

Bright minds with bright ideas – it’s the simplest way to describe all the interns we had in our latest Internship Program. Starting from June 20th and finishing on September 20th, a total of 9 bright-eyed tech-lovers walked into our offices and set about cutting their teeth in the world of tech. For this stream, we had three streams – QA, Fullstack .NET, and Fullstack Java – and they all worked on the same project – THE CUBE. What’s THE CUBE? We’ll just say that it’s a ‘marketing tool’ because we can’t really get into details, as this was a real project, but the interns took care of it basically from the start – all they were given was an idea, and they built the whole thing from scratch: the front, the back, and did all the testing in between – with the guidance of mentors and seniors, of course. And after finishing the 90 days, some of these fantastic young techies decided to continue their tech journey with IT Labs – so kudos and a warm welcome to Valeria Chuiko, Petar Partaloski, Viktor Ciforov, Marina Pesic, and Dragan Petrovski! A big thank you to all the interns for choosing IT Labs, and of course, special gratitude to the mentors – Simona Stavreva (QA Stream), Martin Trajkov (FS Java Stream), and Dragana Petrushevska (FS .NET Stream) who selflessly shared their knowledge and guided the interns along the way! Visit the company profile.


From Intern to Principal Software Architect: The Journey of Aleksandra Gjinovska

Deciding to enter the world of tech is a big decision – there are a lot of things to learn and become a pro at. But if you have a general idea of what you want to do and know that learning is a never-ending process – you will find your passion. Just ask our Aleksandra Gjinovska. She walked into IT Labs as an intern almost ten years ago, and has since grown and developed to become a Principal Software Architect. She decided to share her journey with aspiring techies, to show that nothing is impossible if you have your mind set on learning and growing. Read on. How did you end up with us? I searched for an internship program to fill my extra time while preparing my graduate thesis. A friend told me about the internship in IT Labs, so I applied. A couple of days after the interview, they called me up to tell me that I shall begin in a couple of days. Have to say, it’s one of the best decisions I made about my career – I still remember how excited I was that day. What was your experience in the internship program? With the mentors? I had a great time during the internship. Blagoja Panovski, (a senior engineer at the time, now a Principal Software Architect), was my mentor, and I learned a lot from him, but what impressed me the most was the working atmosphere, the friendly attitude of the senior engineers, and their willingness to guide and share knowledge. The lunch breaks, hangouts, and treasure hunting team building are things I still remember. What do you see yourself doing in the future? The only way is up, so where exactly is that? I had my sights set on becoming a software architect, and I worked hard to become one – since reaching that goal, I’m now focused on solution design, being a good mentor and leader, and just learning something new every day. What does your average day look like? As a software architect, my day is filled with a lot of activities: from code reviews, coding, deployments, and meetings with teams – all the way to engaging in more company-level activities, which include planning, brainstorming sessions, mentorship, and development programs. Aside from the regular work stuff, there are the coffee breaks, hanging out with colleagues, and chit-chatting with people from other teams. Something personal you'd like to add? An advice for all aspiring techies – it’s okay to not have a clear vision of what you want to do in the future or what you want to specialize in or become a pro at. I came here as an undergrad without a clear vision in which direction I wanted to develop, but I knew I had to keep learning and growing. At IT Labs, I have the chance to experiment and work with cutting-edge tech, but also improve my skills and develop new ones – some of which I was not even aware of before. I’ve been here for almost ten years now and stayed because I knew I’d have the kind of environment and culture that would fit me – a collaborative environment where individuals work as one cohesive team and knowledge flows freely. Find this, and you’ll do great things. Visit the company profile.


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