I have been working at TravelTab full-time (More than a year)
Working as a developer at TravelTab has been a fantastic experience. The entire technology team at TravelTab is like a big family and has helped me grow as a developer ever day since day one. The company is very transparent and wants to to the best by there employees and the attitude from management shows that. The environment is very relaxed and the entire team is very focused on learning, doing things the right way, and helping each other better themselves both on a career and personal level.
TravelTab is a start up and with that comes certain pain points. The largest of some tends to be process and product management. While working with TravelTab there have been a few hiccups that could have been avoided, but nothing the team didn't buckle down, work through, and improve upon to avoid making the same mistakes again. Being a start up, there is a level of looseness in process and standardization, but in my time here the company is moving in the right direction.
I applied in-person. I interviewed at TravelTab (Orlando, FL) in October 2016.
They had a .NET and an Android position open. I applied to the .NET one with the understanding that they would segue me over to an Android position, because that's what I really want to do. This was a mistake, because the recruiter didn't tell them this, so that the management DESPISED me for my lack of Android experience (I only had two applications in the play store at that time). I wish I were kidding. She looked daggers at me. Like almost literal murder leaping from her eyes. Because I was asking for "ramp-up time" in Android, 90 days worth. Fast forward a few months, and the job is still open, even though since then I have pushed five Android applications to the play store. I have reapplied, but have heard no response. All I have left to do is this review.
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