We are looking for a geek who is willing to break the conventions and work on the biggest tours and activities product, that is one of it's kind. Your primary focus will be the development of web application and it's integration with back-end services. You will be working along-side other engineers and developers working on different layers of the product. Are you committed to collaborative problem solving, sophisticated design, and creating quality products? If yes then let’s talk.
You are someone who can take ownership of things and deliver the assigned feature on time.
You are always finding out new ways to optimize your code.
You cannot live without writing tests for your feature.
You always look forward to learning new technologies. Someone who would love spending his weekend hacking and learning new things.
You never give up when you don’t find answers on StackOverflow, but go deeper into the Rails source code to exactly understand how a feature is working.
You have a passion for travel and interest in building systems that will help fellow travelers.
Good CS fundamentals and problem-solving skills
4+ years of experience in building scalable and maintainable web apps including
2+ years of experience in Ruby on Rails
2+ years of experience in React.js
Profound knowledge of HTML/CSS/JS
Proficient in Git
Solid knowledge of databases such as PostgreSQL, MYSQL
Experience in designing database schema with proper use of indexes, constraints, triggers, etc.
Hands-on experience with in-memory databases like Redis, Memcache, etc.
Well-versed in writing raw SQL queries (not via ActiveRecord :P)
Have worked with background job processing systems such as Sidekiq, Delayed Jobs, etc
Solid Foundation and Understanding of REST APIs and have built robust, scalable APIs
Hands-on experience in writing automated tests using RSpec or any other framework.
An ability to communicate and work in a team
You have ever built a Ruby Gem or a JS library
You have hands-on experience in DevOps
You have hands-on experience with ElasticSearch/Redis
You have used GCP services earlier