Meet the Team at GoustoTech — Conrad Godfrey — Junior Software Engineer

This post is the eighth in our series interviewing members of our GoustoTech team. In this post we meet Conrad Godfrey who works as a Back-End Engineer for the Carrots Squad in our Core Tribe.

GoustoTech
Nov 7, 2018 · 3 min read
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Please introduce yourself and tell us about your role at Gousto.

How long have you been at Gousto? How many boxes a week were we selling when you joined?

Can you tell us a little about your journey until arriving at Gousto?

What made you decide to join Gousto?

Also, my uni friends Tom and Rodolphe had been working at Gousto for a couple of years each and both were really enjoying it, and I think that kind of vote of confidence is always helpful when deciding where to spend years of your life!

What has been the most exciting thing you’ve worked on at Gousto since joining?

I found it exciting as often the work we do can be quite invisible to the customer, but in this case the impact was clear! After we went live, my mum — a loyal Gousto customer who eats a lot of vegetarian food — called me up to congratulate me on the smaller packaging she’d been getting. Success!

What are you looking forward to most in 2019 at Gousto?

How would you describe the culture at Gousto?

Why would you suggest that someone considers joining us in GoustoTech?

Conrad Godfrey
Junior Software Engineer

Gousto Engineering & Data Science

Gousto Engineering Blog

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