Title insurance for Landowners in India
Work directly with the CTO. Design and build API endpoints using Rust and gRPC. Collect data from disparate, unstable, and slow government sources. Work on an asynchronous system for analyzing results and using them to seed subsequent searches. Make full use of HTTP2 and state-of-the-art notification systems to send this information to the user as it becomes available. Speak with customers and build something you would want to use.
New responsibilities at this level:
We also dedicate one day a week to writing articles on the interesting problems you have solved at Landeed. You've never really learned something until you've taught it.
We'll ask what technologies you have worked with and what you're looking for in a company.
Before the interview, we'll share an existing Tonic and Diesel repository. The technical screen will be developing an endpoint in this repository. You will be screen-sharing from your computer. You're free to use your own development environment, google any syntax you need, and ask for help. Tonic: https://docs.rs/tonic/latest/tonic/ Diesel: https://docs.rs/diesel/latest/diesel/
The final round is a non-technical conversation with Sanjay Mandava, our CEO.
Land in India is precious but is also prone to encroachment and disputes. Two thirds of Indian court cases are land related. Landeed’s mission is to make land ownership secure and easy. Our first product performs a fundamental task to any property ownership - automatic document pull and health check. The Landeed app received overwhelming traction (50,000 users in the first month) and good reviews (4.7 stars on the Indian app store) since launch. We are now actively growing our engineering and product teams to bring the next generation technology solution to the hundreds of millions of land owners in India.