In fact, the majority of our engineering team either started as Webflow users, or at the very least want to see it become the default tool for frontend development. We build a product that meets our own expectations and needs. You don’t have to be an experienced Webflow user in order to apply or join our team. However, we do look for engineers who share this fundamental belief: professionals will use visual tools to build production level web sites and apps.
All of us at Webflow share a vision of the future where designers are in charge of handling the look, feel, and UX of the final product, from inception through production. The web is an incredibly powerful medium to share knowledge, start businesses, and build communities, and everyone should have the power to leverage it. Webflow is democratizing access to the web, and empowering creative people to build websites and share their visions with the world.
We build products that developers didn’t think was possible. For example, our Visual CMS, which gives users a way to create a dynamic database, and bind it to the canvas is something that speeds up the development of CMS sites by several orders of magnitude.
We also innovate on the frontend. We pride ourselves by sticking to the HTML and CSS spec, providing a visual abstraction over the technology via our UI. Feel free to take it for a spin by trying out flexboxgame, and CSS Grid.
Many of us at Eaze love cannabis, but we’re collectively bonded by a commitment to push the industry forward.
We’re now the largest legal cannabis company in the world. That puts us in a unique position to shape the industry forever, and we’re taking that seriously. With our work in cannabis policy, public relations, cannabis brand scaling, and our delivery operations, we’re showing the cannabis industry not just how to grow, but also how to grow up.
Handshake was started in 2014 by three computer science students from Michigan Tech who were struck by the inequality in access to opportunity. Along with many of their friends, they were having trouble finding internships outside of their local area. After persistently sending 100 LinkedIn emails to different employees just to get connected to a recruiter, Garrett, one of our founders and CEO, finally landed a summer internship with Palantir in the Bay Area. He spent that summer connecting his friends from Michigan Tech to different Bay Area companies, making $60,000 from referral bonuses alone (which he then used to pay off his college tuition). Bay Area companies didn’t know about Michigan Tech students despite the fact that they were qualified for their roles and many Michigan Tech students didn’t know about these Bay Area companies without Garrett’s connections. Thus, Handshake was born.
The problem we’re solving is one that many of us have personally faced, too. A lot of the employees at Handshake also ran into issues when we were starting our careers out of college. We all believe opportunity can be and should be democratized, and we wouldn’t be here if we didn’t think Handshake would be the one to do it.
There is a wealth of data being collected, information that should help us target and make medicine better for individuals, but are road blocked by archaic processes. You can collect a terabyte of data about a person in a genomics study, but you have no way to tie what kind of disease this person gets or when the onset of symptoms was to a specific gene without clinical outcomes data. Outcome data lives in medical records, and medical records are hard to get to. Everyone at PicnicHealth is passionate about removing this friction and pushing medical research forward by making data accessible.
Noga, our cofounder and CEO, had the honor of sharing her personal story at the White House Precision Medicine Initiative Summit. Having been diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease herself, she understands the frustration of collecting and managing your medical records firsthand. We all strongly believe that we should control over our own medical data. If you believe this too, we’d love to hear from you.
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We believe software is the most important innovation of the past century, but that its potency as a medium for economic value creation and creative expression remains inaccessible to most. (People typically experience a finished software product, rather than software as a medium.) As engineers, we know how empowering it can be to create software, and we intend to bring this power to everyone.
Instead of designing features for narrow use cases, we create fundamental building blocks that can be assembled to model any workflow. For example, rather than building a “kanban board” product, we allow users to organize any data in Airtable as stacks of cards; and rather than building an “organization chart” product, we allow users to visualize any data hierarchically. At the same time, we strive to make this complexity as accessible as possible, sweating the details of our user interface and creating the best possible experience even when it means more work up front.
This combination of flexibility and accessibility has enabled people from all walks of life - from magazine editors and TV producers to architects and cattle ranchers - to find value in Airtable. Our users love what we’ve built; they praise us on social media and publish amazing templates on Airtable Universe. It's motivating to work on a product that has such wide, deep, and positive impact.
As ambitious as our current product is, we know our mission demands far more. In Niklaus Wirth's classic formulation, Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs; Airtable starts users with a rich, highly accessible canvas to describe their data, and then layers powerful tools to add functionality (algorithms) over that data. By scaling both of these dimensions — further enriching the data and layering progressively more powerful tools — we have a unique opportunity to gradually teach users to build fully-realized applications.
Building that general-purpose toolkit comes with a unique set of hard engineering and design problems. Whether it's finding the right level of complexity and expressiveness for a new feature, or thinking through how it might intersect with the existing dimensions and building blocks of the product, the opportunity and challenge embodied in these problems inspires us to do our best work.
Finally, we're enthusiastic users of Airtable ourselves! Many of our internal processes run on Airtable, including our issue tracker, recruiting process, team gallery, and product roadmap. And if you're ever at a loss for a conversation topic with one of us, ask about our personal bases for our travel plans, parenting responsibilities, or books we're reading. This shared passion for our own product unifies our team and ensures that we're all invested in continually improving it.
Everyone has felt the pains of poor developer documentation. It causes headaches for makers and users, and this frustration is what ultimately led us to build ReadMe. In fact, the company started when our founder, Gregory Koberger, was retreating in Costa Rica. He was supposed to be building another company with his friends, but kept finding himself reimplementing ReadMe’s functionality whenever he had to write documentation. This was in 2014… and we’ve been building ever since.
We love what we do because it’s so much more than just docs. We’re providing tools for teams to create and manage beautiful documentation with ease. We give customers the ability to login their users via JWT, we support custom variables to create personalized guides, and we have an interactive API Explorer, which allows users to try out APIs in the browser (check out our demo site!).
Documentation edits normally take days to push through, but companies can push out updates in seconds using ReadMe. Technical writers don’t need to learn how to use XML data models or make GitHub pull requests to author content anymore - they can simply make edits in our dash and save. For larger companies with stricter review processes, we have the suggested edits workflow to iterate on updates and deploy when they’re ready.
We serve customers of all sizes and love being able to help teams grow their developer communities by answering their questions and notifying them of changes. (Our product also provides companies with metrics about how their customers are using their API!)
We are bonded by not just love for the product, but by love for the entire process. We are bonded by love for your personal growth, for team growth, and for what this product can do with the people it touches. When it starts from love - there will passion and purpose behind your work.
The Jane team feels very passionately about the positive effect cannabis can have on a person’s overall well-being. Our Co-founder and CEO Socrates is a US Army Veteran and had never tried cannabis until he left the Army. Cannabis helped Socrates find balance in his life, connect with his loved ones, and connect with himself. As he explored the medical market in California he was stunned at how little transparency there was in the medicine that may or may not be available to him. It was easier for him to order a burrito than it was to order medicine that was invaluable to his health. This led to the ideation and creation of Jane. The rest is history.
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Software allows few people to have a large impact and that happens through a great product. We talk to our users every day, and they share their enthusiasm for Peergrade with us. This is what get us up in the morning. Peergrade is a tool for teachers and students that allows them to run peer feedback sessions. Students submit work and provide feedback to their peers - a process where students train critical thinking, giving feedback and learn to take ownership of their own learning. Peergrade started as a tool for a class we taught and we keep dogfooding our own product to ensure it stays relevant and great. In the end, we are our product.
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Remix was founded back in 2014 when Tiffany Chu, Sam Hashemi, Dan Getelman, and Danny Whalen were at a Code for America fellowship. They initially bonded by their appreciation for public transit and desire to empower local governments with their knowledge in technology. This has been the foundation for Remixers. While not everyone who joins has a background in urban planning or civic tech, everyone is excited about our products impact and the greater community we are serving.
Below is our growing collection of public transit tickets from around the world.
Alyssa started Hipcamp to get more people outside. Hipcamp makes it easy for people to explore, adventure, and find the best campsite. Hipcamp is passionate about creating equal access to the outdoors and providing a revenue stream to landowners so they can remain autonomous and protect their private land. We are passionate about sustainability and getting more people outside to connect with nature.
Like Alyssa, many of our employees have a passion for camping and want to help build a product they love using. Most people who want to work with us are concerned about increasing access to the outdoors while also protecting it for future generations. It’s no surprise that all of us use our own product to go camping on the weekend. We participate in a ‘Summer Camp Challenge’ and each employee receives a large amount of Hipcash (Hipcamp credit) that refreshes annually to allow them to get out, experience nature and use the Hipcamp product!
To learn more about Hipcamp’s origin story, take a peek at this documentary created by REI.
Well, first, you focus on phones, the computer that everyone has. Next, you design an interface that makes the process of building the internet—building a website—easy, fun, and open-ended.
There’s a reason why this hasn’t been done yet: it’s hard. How do you fit a full-featured web editor into an iPhone app? You need to start from first principles and invent a new kind of user interface. Our grid editor is exceptionally simple—just move blocks around, like Lego—but also extremely open-ended. We accomplish this by revealing complexity only as its needed.
While nearly everyone is on the internet, very few of us can actually build it. We are changing that. We believe that the internet is more powerful, and more fun, when everyone creates it. This mission has brought us all together, and watching what people build with our tool inspires us every day.
[Applicants should make a site before reaching out 🙂]
Education has the power to transform individuals and enable them to solve the world’s most critical problems. We deeply believe that it’s critical to invest in education. We get the opportunity to do this every day and are transforming education at every level. We started with higher education, as that is the category the world looks to as the pace setter in education but we are branching out from there into professional learning and high schools.
We actively engage with our users at all levels. We are in the rare position to have a technology team working hand-in-hand with a stellar academic team asking how to make education better every day. In addition, we get to directly interact with students at Minerva Schools, watching them grow and thrive as the result of our work.
We get to work on hard and challenging technology problems. We are creating Minerva Forum, which is pushing boundaries of WebRTC and dynamic real time web applications in order to create a compelling education environment. You can see a video of Forum at work, learn more about the future of our platform, its latest features, and how it supports our global partnerships as part of this panel discussion at the ASU GSV Summit 2019 with our CEO Ben Nelson.
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Caviar Noms is how we get to experience our corporate products first-hand while also getting feedback from other teams. We regularly test our products as a team, and we not only get to try new delicious food, but we also get to meet new people and eat together.
We’re all driven by empowering our customers to do more through our tools, which is why everyone on the team visits Caviar restaurants in person and can do courier runs when they first onboard.
While we love our product and are passionate about what we do, we don't expect candidates to be familiar with Caviar. Of course, it’s a plus if you are! Chances are, if you love food, you’ll love what we do.
We have two products. The first is Deploy, which automatically implements the security controls you need to achieve regulatory compliance and pass customer audits. The second is Comply, which organizes and automates security and privacy management into clear, simple processes that give businesses and their customers confidence. We lead with design, meaning we hold every feature accountable to the day-to-day experience of the person whose life that feature is intended to improve. We talk in terms of loving our customers and building product that they can’t live without.
We set an equally high bar for maintainability, evolvability, and performance. We codify our engineering principles in an Engineering Manifesto, and we acknowledge and accept trade-offs involved with keeping high standards.
Below is a view of Aptible Comply.
Home care, on the surface, may seem like something that’s not particularly exciting. However, if you take a few steps back and look at the global trends, the number of people reaching the age of 65 is exploding, and most nations don’t have a good solution for how to take care of them. We want to take care of our parents–and yours–as they age, and what we build affects their lives on a very personal level. We’re equally passionate about providing better working conditions for the Care Professionals that care for them. If helping people improve their quality of life is meaningful and fulfilling for you, then you’ll fit right in.
We’ve borrowed this mission statement from Sesame Street (who also happens to be one of our investors). Moms and dads take dozens of photos of their kids every day. Their phones and cloud storage accounts get so flooded with photos, but they can’t find the time or stand the thought of deleting any of their precious moments in time. As a result, they hoard photos with no real plan to use or even share them. With Precious, a digital journal is automatically created for you which you can then easily share with family. It allows grandparents that live far away to watch their grandchildren grow up, and gives parents the ability to reflect on parenthood without any work. Family means a lot to us, so it’s easy for us to love our own product too. (If you’re curious, check out the app for yourself. We’d love to hear what you think!)
Looking at the back end, we also have a deep interest in computer vision and artificial intelligence. We use AI to help parents manage their photo libraries: facial detection identifies photos of kids and finds the best ones, discarding those that are blurry or poor quality. We also consider age and gender to differentiate between siblings (if a family has more than one child). In addition to our love for our product and end users, we’re also excited to be facing technically challenging problems every day.
As studio- and gym-goers ourselves, it is incredibly rewarding to be able to write code that immediately improves the lives of the people we interact with. We’re building a product for the instructors who teach the classes we ourselves attend – getting real feedback from them is so motivating and energizing.
While we’re not working on cutting-edge technology, our product has a lot of surface area and we’re putting together a lot of different pieces. We’re processing hundreds of millions of dollars across multiple countries, currencies, and payment processing methods (which is exhilarating on its own!), but this is just the starting point. Beyond that, we have to figure out what data is important, what information to share, and how to provide a smooth experiences for our customers and also their customers.
One example of something we’re currently working on is identifying how we can help make instructors more effective. Does having more information about the people attending your class before they arrive help? Do fitness instructors want to know their clients’ birthdays ahead of time? Or of their history of injuries or relevant experience/skills prior to class? (These are rhetorical. ;) We know that instructors want this information, and we’re working on providing them with simple ways to collect, organize, store, and access that data!)
We strive to create technological solutions that facilitate this mission. You might build out products that help our tour leaders (called Chief Experience Officers) run trips better, work on gadventures.com to create new ways to find life changing trips, or develop mobile applications that connect our passengers to others and their CEOs. Regardless of what team you join, you’ll be helping to bring more life-changing experiences to travelers worldwide.
Everyone on our team is also passionate about technology and continuously improving ourselves and the company. While you don’t need to share our mission, it’s definitely a big plus!
Engineers at Intercom strongly identify as ‘product engineers’ who orient themselves around building and maintaining the Intercom product suite – or around enabling others to do this well.
Problems that engineers work on are almost always framed (directly or indirectly) as solving interesting problems for our customers, or improving our product in some meaningful way. As a result, our engineering culture is pragmatic and quite averse to “technology bikeshedding”, technology ego and snobbery or using technologies for the sake of it.
This is not to say we refuse to embrace technical innovation or trends where it makes sense. For example, one of our latest products could not be built without significant investment in our ML capability. However, you’ll find that at Intercom engineering we’ll cut right through the bullshit and the hype to get to the real value of the technology.
Today, when people travel, they think about which airport they’re leaving from and which airport they’re going to. We want to change this. Travel should be about the starting point and the final destination, and travelers should not be constrained to large commercial hub airports.
We’re trying to find the most time-saving way for people to get where they want to go. For example, if you want to go from San Francisco to Tahoe for a ski trip, you can drive ~6 hours. Or you can drive an hour to SFO or OAK and fly to Reno, and then rent a car and drive an hour. However, you could also take a private plane and land right in Truckee. There’ll be no TSA, you can arrive 15 minutes before the flight takes off, and get to where you want to go in the most efficient way possible.
At Aero, we’re providing premium travel to users who are not price-focused. The concierge aspect of our product is to cater to every preference our users have, whether that’s your favorite in-flight beverage or a baby seat for your 3-month old. We want it to be a personal interaction. You shouldn’t feel like you’re interfacing with an airline, but rather a real human, someone who knows your circumstances and can offer you your favorite options. Ultimately, travel isn’t just when you’re in the air. For example, given that our CEO Garrett Camp co-founded Uber, we want our travelers to have a car service waiting for them when they touch down, ready to drive them to their final destination.
We believe it should be the golden age of aviation and want to make traveling and flying feel as premium and effortless as possible. If you love to travel, you understand the pain points of getting from A to B. We are looking for people who understand our customers’ needs and are passionate about Aero’s mission to meet them.
At EyeLevel.ai, we believe the relationship between humans and computers is evolving from one based on browsing, tapping, and clicking to one that is conversational, personalized, and contextual. Similar to what transpired with social, mobile, and video, we understand that many digital industries will be completely disrupted by this transformation. We recognize the moral responsibility of our industry to value transparency and to respect individual privacy. We are seizing the opportunity created by the confluence of these market forces to reinvent what digital advertising will be in a future where we talk to the computers around us.
This vision for EyeLevel.ai came from an unrelated project at IBM Watson & the Weather Company where Ben, Ryan, Stephanie, and Jason worked together in 2016. We led teams that collaborated to build a weather-based digital assistant experience for the Weather Company that, once shipped, quickly grew to over 1M daily active users. Basically, three years ago, we were chat application developers that built a (relatively) successful conversational experience and we learned three important things from it:
EyeLevel.ai is the product we needed when we were developers to build a sustainable business. We recognized that dropping a banner ad into a chat would be a terrible idea – no one wants that: brands, users, or developers. We started EyeLevel.ai to reinvent the advertising technology stack for conversation, where advertisements will be more like contextually-relevant recommendations. We believe moving the industry from display advertising to something more like a personalized recommendation will be better for everyone: users, brands, and developers.
You don’t need to have any familiarity with online dating apps to work here. Some of us actively use Coffee Meets Bagel (not just for testing purposes) and some of us found love long before online dating existed. Regardless, we all find it incredibly fulfilling to be making matches and helping people find love. Just imagine how exciting it is when one of our success couples has a Bagel Bite (more commonly known as “baby”). Take a look at all of the connections, marriages, and babies we’re responsible for! #cmblovestory
It’s impossible to work at Cameo and not wake up feeling excited every day. Our fans and talent are constantly sending us their ideas and amazing feedback. We’re in the business of creating priceless memories and making people happy, and that’s pretty awesome. One of the coolest perks of working at Cameo is that everyone on our team is bookable as talent! Not only do we get to fulfill fun, silly, and sometimes heartwarming requests, we also get to dogfood our own app and understand firsthand the pain points and joyful moments.
One thing that can’t be overstated about working at Cameo is that it’s fun. (“Make it fun” is literally one of our company’s core values.) We don’t want coming to work to feel like walking into a corporate office every day, and if there’s ever an opportunity to make something fun (or funny), we do it. As one of many examples, we used some of our recruiting budget to fly a banner over Facebook’s headquarters that read: “Tell Mark You Quit. Join Cameo.”
Feature flagging and toggle management for continuous delivery
Oakland, CA / London, UK
Feature flagging is something that is critically important to every tech company, and many companies have been forced to develop their own tools to prevent major issues. We proudly serve customers like CircleCI, Atlassian, and Microsoft and know how valuable it is to have a safety net when releasing new products. Strategic and careful deployment is incredibly important for developers, and we love being able to empower development teams to collaborate more effectively, maintain stability, and deliver software faster.
We serve over 30 billion feature flags daily to companies big and small. Developers and operations teams use LaunchDarkly to eliminate risk from their software development cycles, and we (of course), use our own product to ship code with confidence.
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In our non-engineering teams, we employ a lot of former teachers. Many of us who have hopped on the Aula train have some kind of connection with education, whether we were previously teachers, teaching assistants at Uni, were personally frustrated with the technology used by universities, or were raised by parents who were teachers.
We also ‘dog-food’ Aula internally, which means we use it as our internal communication tool (nope we don’t use Slack, apart from our a-sync hiring). We’re on the staging environment, so we get all the good things first, but also filter out all the bugs before it goes live at a partner institution.
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