Keka is one of the fastest growing SaaS products in India and has quickly grown to a leader position in its segment in shortest time. With happy customers who refer Keka to others, Keka is the market category leader in India. We are on a mission to provide best employee experience for companies across the globe and we are looking for awesome folks to join our team.
Our Engineering Team
Keka Engineering Team follows modern engineering practices and works with latest stack. Refactoring is central to our philosophy to evolve the design, maintain code consistency and adapt to dynamic business needs. We believe in DevOps practices, there is no fixed release cycle; our CI/CD pipeline, deployment automation, blue-green deployment and other related practices gives us flexibility to deploy multiple times a day (if required). Our Engineering team is made up of small cohesive teams embracing Agile; working on focus areas to deliver awesome experiences to our Customers. Keka Engineering Team works on complex technical challenges, learns & adapts and most importantly; we have fun along the way.
Can you model the world?
No matter how great algorithms and code you write, if you can’t get your data and object modeling right, it demonstrates your lack of experience building real world scalable products. Before writing the first line of the code, you should understand what it will be doing, how it will be used, what it will use, how modules, services will work with each other, what structure will it have, how it will be tested and debugged, and how it will be updated. And you ask enough questions to get these answers.
“Bad programmers worry about the code. Good programmers worry about data structures and their relationships” - Linus Torvalds
Skills matter less. Problem solving matters most
At Keka, we are problem solvers first and programmers next. Skills are secondary – mere tools to solve real world problems. Tech is only a means to make an impact on the world. So, the reason for you to join us shouldn’t be just some cool tech stack you get to work on, but the impact you are going to make on this world!
“First, solve the problem. Then write the code.” – John Johnson
What you have?