Daxx is looking for an iOS Engineer to join Brainly team.
Product Teams at Brainly are working on some of the most complex technical challenges in the ed-tech space and creating the product for over 250 million students from all around the world. We focus on building the infrastructure and features that enable Brainly users to learn and collaborate, ask, and answer millions of questions every day. On a daily basis, you will work with a fully independent product team which includes: developers, Bi analysts, product designers, QA. You will take full responsibility for your product area from conception to completion creating valuable and engaging products. All of the features that we are releasing are under the A/B/n test, so you’re gonna see how your work impacts students and the company in practice.
The first new project which is being developed in the Structured Content area is Textbook solutions. In this project, the questions from the textbooks are digitalized, answered by the team of experts, and uploaded to the database via self-written CMS. In our web product and on mobile apps it creates a new type of a user journey – navigating students from a library of uploaded books to a particular book and exercises within this book. You will be working on optimization of the whole journey, both in terms of the book upload – increasing the speed and the quality of content creation, and end-users experience – increasing the engagement and student satisfaction. As a team – you will be also responsible for the implementation of the new content type on Brainly – video answers, creating an efficient way of content upload and content presentation on web product and mobile apps.
A new iOS engineer will join the Supersonic Team and will be responsible for:
Level: strong Mid or Senior
We expect the person to have 4+ years of experience in writing in Swift or Objective-C. In addition, we expect a high level of maturity and self-organization in terms of everyday work. Such a person after onboarding to our product should be able to start delivering features without guidance but of course in cooperation with peers and PO.