Meet HealthTap's
VICTORIA SHI

Careers - Victoria’s Story
 Finding Meaning
Victoria’s Story
Finding Meaning
Victoria was looking for the perfect match—a way to contribute and, of course, a place to apply her computer science and design skills. There it was, at a UC Berkeley job fair. From across the crowded expo, her eyes met the HealthTap booth. She heard about the company's mission to make a positive impact on millions of lives, and fell in love with it. The rest is history—well, tech, actually.
Careers - What Victoria Does
 Front-end Engineer
What Victoria Does
Front-end Engineer
Victoria tackles to-do lists like a pro. As a recent graduate, she is an optimist who always finds a way to get work done and have fun doing it. Responsibility? Challenges? Victoria is helping to globalize the entire website, architecting features and collaborating across teams on different time zones. There’s always plenty to do—and that’s just the way Victoria likes it.
 
 
"There’s no reason to feel nervous about asking questions or digging into something new here. Everyone, from the most senior engineer to the newest hire, is supportive and eager to help one another.”
 
"There’s no reason to feel nervous about asking questions or digging into something new here. Everyone, from the most senior engineer to the newest hire, is supportive and eager to help one another.”
 
 
"Globalizing HealthTap was a fascinating engineering challenge. We built a system of tools to parse and extract strings from every part of our product, from the Rails app to Javascript to Android’s xliff files—and then dynamically reconstruct those files once we received the translations. Add to that a few more things to consider, like date and currency formats, encoding requirements, character limits, layout adjustments, and of course time needed to play with the office dogs."
 
"Globalizing HealthTap was a fascinating engineering challenge. We built a system of tools to parse and extract strings from every part of our product, from the Rails app to Javascript to Android’s xliff files—and then dynamically reconstruct those files once we received the translations. Add to that a few more things to consider, like date and currency formats, encoding requirements, character limits, layout adjustments, and of course time needed to play with the office dogs."