14.05.2019 @ Browar Lubicz, Lubicz 17J
KRK.rb - KRUG #5 / 2019 season finale
As AirHelp continues to grow rapidly and is currently dominating the air compensation scene (following San Francisco’s Y Combinator), we are looking for talented Software Engineer to join our Engineering Team on a full-time basis.
You will join a group of 100+ engineers, designers and QA’s, located mainly in 2 development centers in Gdansk and Krakow (Poland), and help over 500,000 air passengers a month when they have delayed or canceled flight. We spent much effort to build great software ecosystem supporting that goal, now reached the point where automation, optimisation, scalability and testability really matters. Our ultimate aim of AirHelp engineering is to automate most of the processing.
In AAS (Automatic Airline Submission) team we aim at making 90% of communication with airlines fully automated. Our solution follows SoA architecture and the stack is clear from Rails (which we only use when committing to external applications). We take code quality, design and performance seriously, thus we focus on OOP and design patterns a lot.
We expect from you:
We can offer you:
If you feel like you’re good fit, we hope to hear from you soon!
Meanwhile, check AirHelp Engineering in numbers:
Helping over 500,000 air passengers each month in their journeys
Supporting over 400+ agents and lawyers in processing the claims
Submitting data to over 300 airlines
Integrated with over 100 large companies all over the world
Would you like to share your concepts or dilemmas on one of our KRUG events? Or maybe you are up for sponsoring one of them? If your answer is yes to any of the two questions, drop us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.