We saw Google change office productivity tools by building a technical foundation for cloud-based collaboration. We want to do that for developer tools.

We’re small (10 people, VC-backed). We’re based in NYC, but also have teammates in Berlin, Germany and other parts of the US.
 
 
 

And we're currently hiring!

We're actively searching for people with these backgrounds:

Dan Bentley

Ten years as a software engineer at Google: Google Code, Open Source Programs Office, internal build tools/continuous integration, Google Sheets. Two years on internal development tools at Twitter. $2.56 check from Donald Knuth. He/him.

Nick Santos

Seven years as a software engineer at Google building consumer editing tools (Sheets, Forms) and Closure Compiler (a type checker for JavaScript). Four years at Medium, leading development on writing tools. He/him.

Han Yu

A decade at startups building consumer MVPs and growing audience, in roles from UX designer to technical product manager to software engineer. Most recent team acquired by Move, Inc. Dedicated diarist and parent of one. They/them.

Matt Landis

Seven years at Microsoft. Four years at Twitter. Needs to think of a pithy bio. He/him.

Ellen Körbes

Twitter-addict with a penchant for excessive trolling and galaxy-braining. Cloud Native Ambassador and 'Best Hair' award recipient. They/them.

Surbhi S Gupta

Product designer, Bollywood music lover, mother of two and a builder of physical things. She/Her

Milas Bowman

Five years building endpoint security products at VMware. Sriracha enthusiast. Too competitive at board games. He/him.

Lizz Thabet

Three years building fullstack experiences at Attune. Makes weird drawings and wearables. Loves to pick up heavy things and put them back down again. She/they.

Lucie le Blanc

Excited software engineering intern, HackNY Fellow, and appreciator of bicycle rides with food-related destinations. She/her.

Peter Chapman

Relationship-builder, number-cruncher, has strong opinions about sql syntax and the Sufjan Stevens discography. Amateur pickle producer. He/him.