We’ re the Technology Team at Zalando! Zalando is transforming from an e-commerce company into a multi-service platform that provides fashion as a service. We make it our mission to imagine and predict the infinite points of interaction between fashion and people - and develop the technology to make them possible.
The 1300+ members of Zalando Tech build most of our products in-house and open source, from our logistics software to our mobile applications. We use Scala, Java, Go, Akka, Spring and Docker - to name just a few. Check out our Tech Radar for more information on the technologies we use.
Under Radical Agility, we offer our technologists the chance to work with autonomy, mastery, and purpose, based on and bound by organisational trust. Our teams are agile, choose their own tools to get things done, and own quality end-to-end. The foundation for how we will build the systems of our future is based on five key principles: API First, REST, SaaS, Cloud, and Microservices. Interested to learn more? Check out our Tech Blog.
What does it take to become “a Zalando”?
Above all, it requires passion: to experiment, learn, fail, and repeat the process, so that we get stronger and better every day. Zalando Tech includes men and women from more than 70 different nations and representing a seemingly endless number of interests, hobbies, programming-language preferences, personality types and other characteristics. What unites us is the energy and enthusiasm we share in tackling our common purpose: to deliver award-winning, best-in-class shopping experiences to our customers.
Learn more about us! Jobs: tech.zalando.com/jobs Blog: tech.zalando.com Twitter: @ZalandoTech Open Source: github.com/zalando
Scala eXchange 2017
Two days in London
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