Tag Archive: engineering

Six things I enjoy the most about working at Wolt 

High ownership, a strong spirit of collaboration and growing together with Wolt... In this blog post our Engineering Team Lead Carolina shares the highlights of what she enjoys the most about working at Wolt.

From biotech to Python with Ada  — the journey of a software engineer

Our engineering team builds the technologies powering Wolt, involving the full lifecycle of our products from release to maintenance. Our...

Our hybrid & remote working set up for product teams at Wolt

Working in distributed, autonomous teams enables us to work effectively together and provide great results, even when remote or hybrid. That's why we believe in supporting hybrid and remote working for our product teams at Wolt. Find out what this means in practice.

Coding remotely – Tips and truths from Mila

In this blog post, our backend engineer Mila sheds light on how it is to work remotely at Wolt.

Accessibility on Wolt.com

Wolt serves customers across 23 countries around the world. We make it our priority to design and engineer our products in a way that they are usable by anyone, anywhere. To ensure this, there are many things we take into consideration in our daily work, one of them being accessibility.

How we do technical interviews at Wolt

At Wolt, the whole engineering team focuses on a fair, realistic, and ambitious recruitment process with a take-home task as a key ingredient.

Optimizing SSR Memory Usage on wolt.com

Traffic to our consumer web app, wolt.com, has grown steadily, and over the years, we have taken gradual steps to...

Datadog region migration at Wolt

In this blog post we’ll share about our Datadog region migration at Wolt — what were the tricks we used for the migration, how we overcame problems in the process and tips for those who might be working on a similar migration.

Mia’s career switch from campaigns to coding

Happy International Programmer’s Day! To mark the occasion, we wanted to share our Software Engineer Mia’s journey, who switched up her career from marketing to engineering a few years ago.

Wolt loves open-source software

At Wolt, we're huge fans of open source software. Especially our data and machine learning engineering stack consists in large part of open sources like Airflow, Datahub, Flyte and Seldon-core. In this blog we'll discuss how we think about contributing to open source and our framework for picking projects to be added to our stack.