Ammar Witwit is a Data Engineer at trivago. He reached out to me, asking if he could share his most recent, eye-opening experience yet on the company blog.
Posts in Humans
Humans make up 100% of the work-force at trivago (at least for the next few years…). Get to know some of our favourite mammals here.
Sian Williams has had quite a journey, not just from a small English village to Düsseldorf, but also within trivago, a journey fast approaching nearly a decade.
Last year, our Motion-Design expert Chieh made the brave decision to begin a journey towards a huge life change. Searching for your true identity, even in today’s more liberated society, is still far from an easy thing to do.
Danny Jakobsen, from our Content Marketing team, attempts to cycle 750 km in 30 hours in aid of Progressive MS research. Our own Anne Linnenbrueger had a chat with Danny ahead of his feat of endurance.
In a special #womenintech edition of trivago 10s, we asked ten women from the Content Marketing department about their favourite blogs.
Jessica Schnase works in our Content team as an Outsourcing Project Manager. Jess welcomed a visitor to the offices yesterday for a tour and a quick interview, one of our freelance writers, 82 year-old Eva.
Everybody has that one app they just cannot live without. We got the lowdown on some of the favourite mobile apps used by our own experts in the MSE (Mobile Software Engineering) team!
At trivago, all newbies are matched with a buddy to show them around, help them get started and make them feel welcome, including a get-to-know lunch on Day One.
Tania Mercado, from our Talents & Organization team, was recently interviewed for the brilliant www.grow-up.de blog about her position at trivago, and how a Talent Development role in a tech company differs from the more traditional ‘HR’ position. The original blog-post is presented in German, but we got our hands on the English version, just for you 😉 […]
Jorge Barrera, a former analytical mastermind at trivago, left us almost a year ago. So we thought we’d drop him a line to see what he’s up to now. Life at trivago: Hi Jorge, Nice to ‘e-meet’ you! let’s go back to before trivago. Where are you from originally, and what brought you to trivago in […]