Those positions are still quite rare, especially in France so when I saw one, I excitedly applied.
The recruitment process was quite straightforward. The case study was a simple automation workflow to do with Zapier, followed by a few questions about the No code sphere as a whole.
The position is in a growing startup in the Edtech, where I'll be in charge of:
-Building new features/maintaining their web application (built with Bubble.io)
-Automating internal processes (CRM, Sales, Growth) -> Zapier/Integromat/Python/Phantombuster
-Data analytics/Management (Airtable, Gsheet)
Having the opportunity to become a Bubble developper and practicing Zapier/Integromat was highly appealing to me, even though it meant giving up part of my core skills (Python, SQL, Tableau).
The funny thing is, I have absolutely no experience with Bubble but my managers were totally fine with it and offered me a premium Bootcamp in August to make up for it.
I'm quite amazed that this was possible to land a position with absolutely no experience with a tool I'll have to use on a daily basis!
This is not very "Indie" yet, I know, but I strongly believe that these skills will prove to be useful in the future.
Very excited and happy to talk :)