We want to transform the quarter Trillion $USD Logistics Industry in Indonesia. At 25% of GDP, Indonesia’s logistics cost is one of the highest in the world. Everything gets moved by trucks, but billions of KM are driven empty and booking truckload freight still largely depends on phone and paper for handling transactions. We passionately believe technology can revolutionize this industry, leading to a much more efficient & transparent system to move Indonesia forward.
Why join us?
Kargo is currently the biggest seed round investment made by Sequoia in South East Asia.
We are building world-class engineering team with Silicon Valley standard in Indonesia.
The founding team members are alumni of Uber. Our CEO, Tiger Fang, was a General Manager at Uber for many key countries.
Engineering at Kargo Technologies
Scrum We start with 9AM stand-up meeting everyday as a review, retrospective and sharing session. We are using a combination of JIRA, Confluence, and Teams as our daily communication tools.
Open Source Way We want to build high quality software with detailed documents and less meetings. We go with RFC and review just like building open source software.
Balance in Quality Daily pair programming to increase our quality and speed. High quality comments, unit test cases and algorithm performance review on a day to day basis.
Production First We are using Trunk-based development. Engineers are working on “HEAD”. Dev and production are really close. We embrace bug and cover that with unit-test and CI/CD.
Post-Mortem Whenever there is significant outage, engineers involved are required to write a post-mortem document. The focus is on the problems and how to avoid them in future, not on the people or apportioning blame.
Act Like Owners Any engineer can access any piece of code, check it out, and build it. Engineers are encouraged to fix anything that they see is broken regardless of project boundaries.
Working at Kargo Technologies
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