Le Tote is looking for full-stack software engineers to join our team responsible for our consumer websites, APIs, and core platform. This is a great opportunity for product-focused engineers who enjoy working iteratively with product managers and designers to build delightful customer experiences.
Check out what the team has been working on..
Personalization. We’re enhancing our shopping experience to leverage user feedback and data to further personalize search results to each user.
Speed and Reliability. We’re improving our real time monitoring and alerting for better visibility into the health of our systems.
New services. We’re breaking out portions of our existing Rails application into smaller standalone services (built in Elixir and Phoenix)
Payments. We’re overhauling our payments system from the ground up for more reliable and traceable transactions.
What we’re looking for..
Strong knowledge of Ruby on Rails, which powers our backend. We love the language and take full advantage of its features and flexibility.
Experience with API design; we build custom REST APIs and also use GraphQL.
How we work..
We love to pair program, especially on major features.
We practice test driven development using RSpec and Mocha.
We do code reviews and consider them a great learning opportunity.
How the engineering team has impact in our company
About Le Tote:
Le Tote is the leading online fashion service, providing women access to an unlimited, personalized closet of everyday apparel. Its highly analytical, data-driven approach to retail aims to fundamentally transform the next generation of commerce. Leveraging more than 2B customer data points, the proprietary style and personalization engine is fully powered by algorithms, and supported by custom-built, end-to-end technology and logistics solutions.
Le Tote has customers across 48 states in the U.S. and recently launched in China. The company has seen over 300% growth year over year for the past 2 years and has raised more than $60M from top-tier venture capital firms including Andreessen Horowitz, Google Ventures, Y Combinator, Azure Capital and Sway Ventures.