Tag Archive: engineering

Introducing a project template for modern Python packages

We open sourced a project template for modern Python packages. In this blog post, we describe what it contains and discuss the choices made while developing it.

How to use Event Storming for effective team collaboration

Event Storming is a great method for aligning and working effectively with your team. Let's see how to run a successful session.

Behind the scenes of Wolt Hackathon 2022

In June we had our second ever Wolt Hackathon in the picturesque Nuuksio national park. Here's what our teams hacked.

Turning on the lights in the Dark Stores — engineering behind Wolt Market

In 2020 we launched Wolt Market, our approach to quick commerce. This blog is all about the engineering behind our Wolt Market journey.

How to reduce JVM docker image size

If your JVM based app docker images take more than 400MB, with this easy guide you can dramatically reduce the image size by at least 2/3.

Scala at Wolt – Technical Decisions (Part II)

Scala is one the core technologies we use for backend services at Wolt. Let’s talk about technical decisions and the practicalities of how we're building up our Scala Organization.

Scala at Wolt: Our Scala Organization (Part I)

Scala is one the core technologies we use for backend services. In this blog we'll dive deeper into how we're building a Scala organization at Wolt.

Expandable text with “read more” action in Android — not an easy task

At Wolt, user interfaces in consumer applications are highly valued. Not only does a good UI design deliver a modern...

We’re building a tech hub in Berlin — join us for a delightful journey 🚀

We’ve just opened our shiny, new Wolt office in one of the up-and-coming areas of Berlin, Friedrichshain. And we’re looking...

Starting my career at Wolt — meet HyeSoo from Engineering

Our 2022 internship roles are open! In this blog we’ll hear from HyeSoo who joined Wolt as an intern last year and stayed with us ever since in a permanent role as a front-end developer.