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Product & Tech
Being a software engineer for OnlineDoctor allows me to explore new technologies that can push the limits of what is possible to craft practical, valuable products for people.
In being a software developer at OnlineDoctor, I have the flexibility to structure most days as I see fit. This usually means starting my day early with some programming followed by a couple of meetings. After lunch, I will sometimes pair with other software engineers or work solo on some more problems before I finish up my day.
We are OnlineDoctor! A young and fast-growing start-up. With our innovative telemedicine platform we want to help doctors address patients’ concerns with a digital-first approach.
Series A in 2021