About this role
As a mobile app engineering intern you will have the opportunity to learn about and create mobile experiences at scale. As an early member of our team you will have the ability to not only learn about what goes into building an early stage startup and a quickly growing early stage product but also to contribute your ideas and creativity in a meaningful way that thousands of people and companies are going to use.
Today, we're managing conversations and messaging for thousands of rentals and are continuing to grow quickly. We’ve love to have you join us!
What you’ll learn & do
- 🎨 Frontend: You enjoy thinking about performance and prefer to rigorously test both your logic and components. We’re building our webapp in vue.js and work extensively with quasar
- 📱Mobile: You love thinking, imagining, and designing the next generation of mobile travel experiences. We’re building out our iOS app in swift
- 🔥 Firebase: Our backend is serverless and built in firebase. You’ll have the opportunity to help design and build the architectures needed to deploy yada experiences on mobile at scale. If you’ve never used firebase, you’re in for a treat!
- ☁️ Serverless Backend: This will be a great opportunity for you to learn about serverless architectures, development, and deployment.
- 👯 Talk to customers: Like every team member at yada, you will have the opportunity to understand who you're serving. You may form close relationships with music creatives to deeply understand their wants and needs. You may also work through some of the manual problems music creatives face directly.
- 💺 You have a seat at the table: We appreciate strong engineering and your unique perspective on how the product should function. We'll take your feedback seriously.
- You are a problem solver with an unquenchable curiosity
- You LOVE ASKING QUESTIONS and aren’t afraid to question everything
- You have comfort dealing with ambiguity, especially in areas you have never worked in before
- You know any problem, no matter how unfamiliar you are with it, has a solution
- You think of the second and third-order effects
- Your love to learn and self-teach