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60 days at expedia India

About to complete 60 days at Expedia, Gurgaon and till now the ride has been a rollercoaster.

I joined Expedia hoping for challenging work, participating in building a good team and workplace full of amazing people. To be frank, everything is as close to reality as I imagined.

The experience is amazing, people are awesome, the new office is great, the parties are crazy, but the most important thing is the freedom to express yourself and asking questions. And people around you listen (even leaders) and have enough patience to make you feel comfortable.

Work-wise finishing user-stories (part of the onboarding process), building a team by interviewing the brightest mind in the industry and ideating about the new ideas to make it a better workplace and best technology platform. It's a great learning opportunity to contribute to one of the fastest-growing company's in the technology and travel industry.

I hope this answers some of your initial questions about joining Expedia.

Looking forward to seeing you onboard \o/.


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