Software Engineer (Full Stack, new Google product) | Relocation to Finland, Helsinki
Poland, Wroclaw
4 d. temu
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At its heart, is a product company. We’re building tools that help our customers work smarter and grow their businesses.

We want to be the best in the world at what we do—building a world-class product and service for our customers. The only way to succeed is to stay humble yet ambitious.

  • We ask for and act on candid feedback to learn continuously from both our customers and teammates. We don’t rest on our laurels, there’
  • s always room to improve.

    Our team

    This is a newer team within that has been tasked with looking for opportunities to expand the company’s existing product offering further into the Google ecosystem.

    The team is still quite small, and consists of 4 fullstack software developers (Joel, Chris, Igor, Shawn), a designer (Mala), Product Manager (Aki) and a Google domain specialist (Karl).

    We work very closely with our early adopter customers, and this often involves travelling to be with them on-site in the countries they are based in.

    We are constantly ideating and experimenting, which means we’re regularly changing course and adapting to new discoveries whilst driving progress.

    Also, because we are more or less a green field project, we also enjoy opportunities to learn and use new technologies, as well as leverage the existing tech infrastructure. is looking for a humble and hungry software developer like yourself to join our team, and help us to steer Smartly.

    io into unchartered territory we need your help to discover new and exciting ways to make our customers jobs easier and more enjoyable, and have fun ourselves on the way!

    If you enjoy solving problems with large data sets, experimenting with new technologies and working in self organising teams*, then you might be that person

    Ideally, you’re a full stack software engineer, but we don’t mind if you’re well rounded in both back end and front end, or have a preference for one over the other.

    What we’re working with

    We use microservices to facilitate flow and transformation of data between Google and our application. We’ve already built a few microservices of our own, and also interface with some of the existing ones that are apart of the broader infrastructure.

    All sorts of processes and data transformations occur in these services, and we’re using a variety of technologies to facilitate this.

    Our tech stack

  • A Node.js service that provides application level functionality via a RESTful API, as well as internal cross service functionality.
  • We use Typescript to keep things nice and sane

  • Knex.js on top of PostgreSQL
  • A Spring Boot (using Kotlin) internal API service that passes data in and out of Google APIs, using Reactor for data streaming
  • An existing Ruby on Rails service responsible for transforming huge data sets using PostgreSQL and dynamic SQL queries (based on user selection in our UI).
  • Our team does not own this, but we often need to code new functionality to enable Google support

  • Our UI uses React and Redux, and our build system for the front end is based on many of the usual front end suspects, such as Yarn, Webpack, Flow, Sass, etc.
  • We contribute to the internal UI library, which is built with React and managed with Lerna
  • We test our Javascript based applications using Jest and Enzyme
  • We use a variety of tools to handle product intelligence, such as StatsD, Elastic Search, Kibana, Logstash, InfluxDb, Grafano, Telegraf, and more
  • All our microservices run on’s broader Kubernetes infrastructure, and we use a wide variety of tools to facilitate continuous deployment, such Docker, Jenkins, Artifactory, Telepresence and more.
  • There are many opportunities to use and learn DevOps technologies in our team, and we work with our in house DevOps team in an ongoing fashion

  • Our designers use Abstract and Sketch to develop product ideas and components, and as developers we often are exposed to these tools (though not necessarily required to use them)
  • Across teams there are many other technologies in use, and as our new product grows, so do the number of opportunities to use new things
  • Importantly, engineers at are in control of their own direction, and it will be up to you to determine what direction you want to go in
  • Other challenges we need your help with

  • In general, building performant and scalable software at is a necessity, due to the huge volumes of data that flow through our application from many various data sources.
  • This includes third party APIs, as well as our own internal services, and aggregating all this into something that is useful for our customers is somewhat complex to do, but highly rewarding for us

  • Our team has been able to ease the above requirement a bit during our prototyping phase, but now that we are gaining customer adoption, the need to optimise for performance is once again becoming front and center
  • If you have experience moving and transforming large amounts of data across different services and technologies, that would provide a huge amount of extra value into our team.
  • If not, having a genuine interest in helping us do so is great!

    What we offer

  • Competitive salary + option plans
  • Recharge yourself with full 5 weeks of paid annual leave
  • Healthcare insurance / service
  • Paid parental leave
  • Wellness and personal development (books, conference tickets, etc.) reimbursement
  • Work with the nicest and brightest teammates in a self-organizing team
  • Opportunity to travel to meet customers, Facebook and Smartlies at our offices around the world via our Developer Rotation program
  • Enjoy weekly breakfasts and quarterly dinners with the team
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