Meet The Washington Post's
BHAVYA KILARI

Careers - Bhavya’s Story
 Mobile Master
Bhavya’s Story
Mobile Master
After obtaining her bachelor’s in IT in India, Bhavya came to the U.S. and gained her master’s in computer science from Georgia State University in Atlanta, where she started making Android apps as an intern. While interviewing, Bhavya was surprised at how extensive the Engineering Team was, and impressed by its close-knit camaraderie.
Careers - What Bhavya Does
 Lead Developer
What Bhavya Does
Lead Developer
Using a general dev-ops model, Bhavya and her team are focused on providing support for current products and devoted to smoothing out the kinks for projects in development, ensuring they go live without a hitch. Each day brings new lessons, and Bhavya gets excited to work on high-profile projects—like election day apps—that reach massive audiences.
 
 
“The Engineering Team is like a startup within a larger organization—we get the best of both worlds.”
 
“The Engineering Team is like a startup within a larger organization—we get the best of both worlds.”
 
 
“Because of the legendary history of The Washington Post and the huge user base, it’s important to be diligent and produce high-quality applications—it’s a bit of pressure, but immensely satisfying.”
 
“Because of the legendary history of The Washington Post and the huge user base, it’s important to be diligent and produce high-quality applications—it’s a bit of pressure, but immensely satisfying.”