Keeping remote teams connected is challenging. In addition to an all-hands meeting, we build team culture through weekly department meetings for our technical teams:…
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I came to Revelry after a 10+ year career in the hospitality industry. I had arrived at a point professionally where I was ready to “get uncomfortable”, learn, and go in another direction. When the opportunity came up to officially join Revelry, all signs pointed to yes. So I jumped in.
A doctor-turned-software engineer, Bob Weilbacher joined Revelry just a few months ago after a 20-year-long career in medicine.
We look for three things. We want a cover letter that shows that you’ve done your research and are applying with intention. We want a résumé. That’s just par for the course. But third, and perhaps most importantly, we want to see your community contribution.
Technical interviews are broken. We do case interviews in order to take candidates from hearing the scenario, to asking clarifying questions, to giving broad opinions and concepts, to specific architecture and programming tasks.
At age 50, I was hired as a software apprentice at Revelry Labs after retiring from a 23-year career in finance. Here’s why… and how it’s going.
As a solutions company, Revelry brings a lot to the table through experience and expertise. These characteristics foster a no-fear approach to completing the…
It’s our first year making our mark on the prestigious Inc. 5000!
Jason says, “Revelry has always been on my radar as a company that works for the community and hires amazing people.”
That’s basically what someone told me on the phone last week. Jon answered the phone and the caller, a recruiter, asked to be connected…