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02 Apr 2020

A Backend engineer’s perspective on Delivery Hero’s Pandora

Pandora is the internal name of the Tribes “Foundation” and “Shop”, both serve a different purpose for the consumer platform FoodPANDa and FoodORA. Unlike Zeus Pandora, which happened to be a jar container, Delivery Hero’s Pandora is a fast-paced, multicultural melting pot of generally happy and friendly people. I am here to talk about it with you from a backend engineer’s perspective.

by Alexandros Kechagias | Berlin

18 Mar 2020

Aliza jumps user first into Product Design

In this interview, we speak with Aliza Markovitch, a Product Designer who joined Delivery Hero 1.5 years ago. Aliza shares her journey from starting as an intern to becoming the sole designer on her team.

by Aliza Markovitch | Berlin

04 Mar 2020

About Coffee and Dependency Management

You come to work on a cold winter morning, and while you are pouring yourself a warm cup of coffee, you are suddenly hit by a million-dollar solution for a problem you have been working on. Your heart starts racing, coffee spills from the cup, and you wonder; how is it possible that no one thought about this until now? This is absolutely brilliant!

by Barbara Souza | Berlin

19 Feb 2020

What, How and Why to Load Test

In the world of test-driven development, load testing is often overlooked. Here we would like to make a case to give load testing the attention it deserves and provide some useful tips based on our experience in Delivery Hero Engineering.

by Max Williams | Berlin

05 Feb 2020

First Level IT Support – Career gateway

I have been involved in IT for over 20 years. The last 15 of those I’ve been building and leading support teams. Here are my thoughts on why I love working with first level teams and some of the things I do which I have found worked well for me in building high performing and fun to be a part of teams.

by Ian Davies | Berlin

22 Jan 2020

Optimize Your First 30 days at a New Job

Practical advice for a smooth transition into a new company.

Changing jobs isn’t something one does often. It’s a big decision. Being a Product Manager requires having both breadth and depth of understanding, which needs to encompass the organization, the business, the people, the customers and the technology. When starting a new company you possess little of this knowledge. I recently went through this transition. I went from having over four years of domain knowledge and historical context to knowing nothing. It’s daunting and scary.

by Curtis Stanier | Berlin