BookingSync · Jul 12th 2017
Headquarters: French Alps, France URL:
Location: Remotely-based, preferably 4 hours of your worktime would be overlapping with CET between 8am-6pm
Salary: 2500€ - 4500€ + VAT / month on B2B contract + equity
BookingSync is a distributed startup at the center of a constantly evolving vacation rental industry. But we are more than merely a vacation rental solution for hosts and agencies, we are also a platform for hundreds of applications and developers. As a company we hold a strong commitment to charity: a share of our profits will go to charitable works with humanitarian, social and ecological aims.
We need a strong full-stack developer to take on the challenges of developing the tools, patterns and platforms to provide the best APIs and developer experience for our internal usage and our partners, and also building beautiful client-side applications with Ember.js.
The ideal candidate is passionate about solving complex problems with performant code, great architecture and design and providing tools for developers. Our platform supports numerous third party services (including Airbnb, HomeAway, TripAdvisor, Booking.com, Zapier and more) and hundreds of private integrations, and we are growing fast. There are a lot of exciting challenges to come!
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It'd be great if you had experience with:
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Before the interview we would like you to build a project which might be somewhat similar to your everyday work at BookingSync. The project should consist of 2 applications:
Generate a new Rails application and build REST JSON API with 2 endpoints: Rentals and Bookings with full CRUD. Rental is something that you can book for a particular period of time (like a vacation villa or a hotel) and Booking is a reservation for given Rental for a particular period of time.
The API should be authenticable by a token (can be one global hardcoded token, no need for refresh token, expiring tokens etc. this time, keep this part simple).
Rentals should have :name attribute, daily_rate attribute and should have many bookings. Bookings should have start_at and end_at datetime attributes which indicate the time period of the reservation, client_email attribute, just to know for whom it is supposed to be and :price attribute, which will be the price for this booking.
Price calculation for the booking should be simple: only daily_rate should be considered when calculating the price. If the rental's daily price is equal to 100, the booking's price for 3 days should be equal to 300, for 5 days it should be 500 etc.
All attributes for both Rentals and Bookings should be required. Make sure that:
#Mini-BookingSync API Client
Generate a new Ember application that would serve as a client of the Mini-BookingSync API. This application should be able to handle all CRUD actions for both Rentals and Bookings endpoints. The essential part of the application would be creating bookings for given rental - a user should be able to pick start at and end at dates, fill in client email, see the price for given period of time and create a booking.
Treat this assignment it as if you were building a real-world application. If you think some other validations or requirements would make sense from the domain perspective, feel free to add some extra things.
To apply: Sounds interesting? If yes: - please read through the full job post (see homework at the end of job description section :p). - don't just drop your resume, we hire people not robots :). Oh, and we're looking at hiring in-house developers, no IT sourcing companies please. - please send a short email to firstname.lastname@example.org telling us about yourself, why do you think you are the best candidate for this role and attach a résumé. Want to increase your chances of standing out? Include your open source contributions, blog posts and other publications you wrote, links to conference talks. You could even tell us about one thing or two you created that you are particularly proud of or the most challenging features you’ve worked on. - don't forget to include a GitHub repository URL(s) in your email. Good luck and see you at the interview!