- E-commerce, Tourism
- Paris, Berlin
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B2B users worldwide
Technologies and tools
Google Cloud Platform100%
We use Gitlab to manage our backlog, do our code reviews, CIs, test units and the deployment phase with Helm and Kubernetes in GCP.
Centralize all our knowledge and internal processes.
Organization and methodologies
Daily: 15 minutes/day to follow the progress of the project and give priorities for the next 24 hours
Code review: systematically before the merge phase and which is done in live
Peer-programming: during onboarding, but also on new technical aspects that are implemented
Planification: short sprints (1 to 2 weeks) to do small features and improvements & long sprints (3 weeks) to focus on the project as a whole, followed by a week of refactoring
Continuous improvement: user feedback, presentation of new features to All Hands, etc...
Projects and tech challenges
At Worldia, we make custom-made products!
Our biggest challenge is that our platform interfaces with many third parties, especially to retrieve essential data (prices, stock data, etc.). We therefore have a number of challenges to overcome, particularly in managing the response time of certain APIs.
What differentiates us from other players in the e-commerce sector and the tourism sector in general is that we offer a wide range of products that are both chronological and interdependent with each other. With few open-source resources available in our segment, we have to customize and we do it well!
Step 1: 1st visio-call with our Tech Recruiter to better understand your career plan and your suitability for the position at Worldia
Step 2: Technical test to be performed at home
Step 3: Technical interview with our Engineering Manager & Lead Developer to evaluate your hard skills and the way you operate
Step 4: Final interview with our VP of Engineering to create a strong alignment on what we'll be expected from you and help you project yourself within the team
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