Working and studying simultaneously is no easy feat, but that didn’t stop UX architect Dejan Ulcej from taking on this challenge! We asked him a few questions about his experience of balancing his PhD and job at trivago. Tell us your story! How did you end up at trivago and what is your current role? […]
We recently hosted a Q&A on our Life at trivago Instagram page where we gave our followers the opportunity to ask our recruiters anything. Even though we tried to answer all of them on the day, we decided to compile some of the most recurring questions and their answers for you below! Getting a job […]
This year a group of six trivago talents took the opportunity to shape our participation in this year’s Pride in the city of Cologne. This is how it all went down!
Moving to Düsseldorf and unsure which neighborhood might be right for you? We’ve compiled a practical guide of the best neighborhoods in Düsseldorf that will help you find your ideal neighborhood in no time!
“I recently celebrated my 6th anniversary at trivago. Looking back at all those years, I must say it has been quite a ride. I can hardly imagine another company where I would learn so much and which would allow me to discover my potential to such an extent. I used to believe that a study […]
To kick off Tech get Together 2019, we played Rock–Paper–Scissors with 500 people in ~06:40 minutes. It was a well-received energizer game and provided a lot of fun to all attendees.
Moving cities can be daunting, especially when you add a cultural and language barrier. Luckily enough Düsseldorf is an open and welcoming city full of people from all walks of life, but there are still a few things you must know and prepare for before making the big move. Our Düsseldorf headquarters is home to […]
My learning curve had flattened. I was reasonably good at what I was doing, but I had been doing the same things for too long — mainly people management, organizational tasks, and communication. One colleague once called me the counselor of engineering, because of the many one-on-ones I was doing, and because a lot of […]
“Change is life and life is full of it. I was born in East Germany in 1975 and grew up “behind the wall.” I did not care about the fact that there was so much that people missed ─ I did not know it any differently. I improvised to create something useful out of the […]