At Bistrohub, we provide the first integration solution for restaurants to manage all their online orders from a single interface, integrate with their POS, avoid mistakes and focus on their growth. But this is only the beginning: we aim to become the center of all operations for a restaurant.
What we expect from you...
As a product engineer at Bistrohub we expect you to sit at the intersection of technology, design and business, with a stronger stance on the tech side.
We don't want you to be a code monkey, but to engineer wisely, across all the stack, with the end users in mind. And, because we are a small team, we expect you to do it with autonomy: to carry a task from conception to delivery, making sensible decisions along the way, while discussing them with the team when needed.
We also need you to have attention to detail, to achieve thoroughness when accomplishing a task, for two main reasons: because we are not building a throwaway MVP but a lasting product, and because we need Bistrohub to be robust. We cannot afford to make mistakes when dealing with restaurant orders: we all know as users how annoying that can be, and how harmful to a restaurant's reputation.
We would like you to join us through the entire lifecycle of the product, from the early research - design phase we are in, all the way to launch. We may will live this lifecycle many times as we refine and expand! Now, especifically, what we expect from you
... during your first months here
... for the future!
Our (current) tech stack
We are almost a full monolith now: it suits our needs best at this stage. However, all our (not micro) services are dockerized. Our backend is made with Django, making a heavy use of DRF serializers. We use self-hosted PostgreSQL as the DB and dramatiq for async task processing: not huge fans of Celery. On the frontend, we use React, relying as much as we can on react-admin (pragmatism above all). Typescript team here. We use Bitbucket Pipelines to deploy to Google Cloud Platform (although we are not using any specific service from there).
Specific experience with our tech stack is a nice-to-have, but we will give more value to having experience with the underlying concepts (relational databases, working with ORMs, successful use of any design system...), and above all, the ability and willingness to learn them on your own (not without our help!).
UI/UX experience will be very appreciated.
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