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Iterative


verified
Worldwide

data science

 

git

 

machine learning

 

open source


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Were a company that makes open source tools for data science and machine learning. You might know us from popular tools like [DVC](https://dvc.org) (Data Version Control) and [CML](https://cml.dev) (Continuous Machine Learning), or our [YouTube channel](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC37rp97Go-xIX3aNFVHhXfQ). Our team is small, remote-first, and passionate about creating best practices for managing the complexities of data science.\n\nWere seeking a Developer Advocate to help us sustain and grow our active, worldwide community! \n\n## Job description\nAs an open source project, our community is everything. Our code, docs and outreach activities are fueled by community contributions, and user feedback is a huge driver for our product development. We invest heavily in building relationships with data scientists, engineers and developers around the world, from brand new contributors making their first pull request to longtime users working out a special use case. \n\nThe ideal candidate will:\n- Craft blog posts, release notes, and newsletters to share exciting developments on our projects, amazing contributions, and important technical Q&As. \n- Turn frequently-asked questions in the community into reusable resources, like tutorials and use-cases\n- Be a connector and maintain an engaged presence online. Respond to timely discussions and questions on social media and design shareable, creative campaigns for regular tweets and posts. \n- Enable community members of all skill levels to get involved. Welcome newcomers and encourage creative contributions. When folks make videos, blogs, or projects with our tools, help them boost the signal.\n- Lead community-building events like virtual meetups and present at relevant industry conferences\n- Be analytical and data-driven in creating useful content for the community. Define, report and analyze metrics to understand our communitys needs and interests.\n\n## Skills were looking for\n- Experience in either data science or open source software.\n- Experience blogging or publishing technical content online. Bonus points if its related to open source or data science. \n- Experience building and/or managing a technical community.\n- Understanding of Git, Git-flow and CI/CD. You dont have to be a superuser, but we make tools built around Git and youll need to know how to use them.\n- Strong communication skills. Everyone on our team, from engineers to developer advocates, needs to be able to communicate over digital - platforms kindly and clearly.\n- Proficient written and spoken English is required. \n \n### Mega bonus skills\n- Knowledge of our tools and the MLOps space\n- A strong existing network in data science or open source\n\n### Perks\n- A fully remote job with a competitive salary and benefits package.\n- Our team culture is family-friendly. Our leadership includes several working parents, and our health insurance and unlimited PTO policies are designed with families in mind.\n- This role can grow with you. There are plenty of opportunities for leadership and autonomy in our small team! \n- Impact- you get to work on projects that are used every day by teams around the world! DVC and CML are used by researchers and data science teams across tech, finance, and government organizations. \n- You will get a [DeeVee](https://twitter.com/DVCorg/status/1314668966082572288/photo/1).\n\n#Location\n Worldwide


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Cube Dev, Inc.


closed
Worldwide

javascript

 

node community building

 

writing skills

 

node dev

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At [Cube.js](http://cube.dev/) we are building a technology stack for modern analytics. If you are fascinated by the software that powers large technology companies but want the challenges and freedom that come with working in a small startup, then the job at Cube.js is for you.\n\nWe are a small and dedicated remote-first team with an HQ in San Francisco, funded by top-tier SV investors, working on making advanced analytics infrastructure accessible to all developers around the world. At Cube.js you will be part of a vibrant community which is active on [GitHub](https://github.com/cube-js/cube.js) and [Slack](http://slack.cube.dev/).\n\nMost of our software is open source, and we are focused on bottom-up adoption. Our goal is to grow the number of developers and companies using Cube.js from thousands to millions, and we also want to help them be successful.\n\nThat's why we're looking for a Senior Developer Advocate to join our Developer Relations and Community team.\n\n---\n\nAs a Senior Developer Advocate, your main goal is to promote Cube.js, increase its awareness and adoption, and support the overall Cube.js community at large. You should have a background in software engineering, be excited about engaging with technical communities, and have a knack for explaining technical concepts in a simple way.\n\nThis role provides a lot of freedom and lets you develop and bring to life creative ideas for how to increase Cube.js adoption among the developers and further improve their learning experience. It's also a very multi-faceted role that involves working with all sorts of content and channels: examples, blogs, docs, events, GitHub, Slack, Twitter, etc. And while we'll be always there to guide and help you, we expect you to be a [manager of one](https://signalvnoise.com/posts/1430-hire-managers-of-one).\n\nIf this sounds exciting, we'd love to hear from you!\n\n### **Some of the things you'll be working on:**\n\n- **Writing and Editing:** Working on tutorials and guides, collaborating with community members, and helping external contributors to create tutorials and blog posts. (See [example](https://cube.dev/blog/building-open-source-google-analytics-from-scratch/).)\n\n- **Code and Examples:** Creating and maintaining example applications built with Cube.js to highlight the different features of the tool. (See [example](https://real-time-dashboard-demo.cube.dev/).)\n\n- **Website and Documentation:** Being a part of the team responsible for maintaining Cube.js landing pages and documentation. (See [example](https://cube.dev/docs/cubejs-introduction).)\n\n- **Events:** Participating in different online and offline events to speak about Cube.js as well as having an opportunity to organize Cube.js events.\n\n### **Requirements:**\n\n- Development experience with JavaScript and Node.js\n- Strong writing ability and skill in creating an engaging, highly technical copy\n- A strong interest and background in community building\n- A collaborative and feedback-driven mindset\n- An interest in learning more about databases\n- Previous startup experience or interest in working in a small fast-moving company\n\n### **Bonus points**\n\n- Availability to travel\n- Advanced knowledge of SQL and databases\n- Experience in data engineering or building analytical applications\n- Experience with React, Vue, Angular, k8s\n\n\n\n#Location\n Worldwide


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Netdata Inc

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closed
Worldwide

conferences

 

software engineering

 

devops

 

systems administration

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Netdata is looking for a Senior Developer Advocate / Developer Relations Expert with extensive experience in helping external DevOps/SREs and System Administrators better use and understand Netdata products. This role is a combination of tasks, so you should be comfortable with context switching. Help us communicate the most advanced real-time health monitoring and performance troubleshooting solution for servers, applications, containers and IoT devices in the world!\n\nThis role reports into the marketing department, but it is fundamentally a technical role. You are a versatile, experienced engineer, who was never satisfied with simply writing code. You will be required to utilize your exceptional communication skills, empathy and business sense to form a bridge between the community, marketing, product, and engineering. A passion for continuous learning, an ability to think outside the box, experience in building complex, real-world applications and, above all, an innate drive to help and please others are all essential for this role.\n\n**Why join Netdata**\n\n* We are a team of industry veterans and senior engineers that prioritize performance and ease of use over anything else.\n* We embrace remote work and great work-life balance.\n* We are solving hard problems that affect thousands of organisations worldwide.\n* We are deeply committed to Open Source and love our community.\n* We deeply care about system performance.\n\n**When you join Netdata, you can expect**\n\n* A competitive salary.\n* A generous stock plan.\n* To join a venture-backed startup working with some of the most sophisticated investors of Silicon Valley.\n* To be part of our world-class team and interact with an amazing community.\n* To see first-hand how to grow and succeed in an engineering-first, open source-based company.\n* To find a culture that rewards doers\n\n*Netdata is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to providing an inclusive work environment free of discrimination and harassment for everyone, regardless of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, military service or other non-merit factor.*\n\n# Responsibilities\n \n* Become an expert on the Netdata open-source agent and Netdata Cloud.\n* Be our user zero, trying new features out before they are released and providing opinionated feedback.\n* Help Netdata users on GitHub, our social channels (e.g. LinkedIn, Facebook), forums and message boards, answering questions and helping the Product team hear user feedback.\n* Help improve our documentation, by identifying gaps and providing improvements.\n* Speak at conferences, meetups, webinars, videos on YouTube, podcasts, etc..\n* Build engaging demos and assist with content production for the Netdata Academy.\n* Write blog posts about our products, features, roadmap, launches, etc. \n\n# Requirements\n**Required experience**\n\n* 5+ years of experience in various roles related to Software Engineering, DevOps and Systems Administration\n* 3+ years of work experience in similar roles.\n* Experience with public speaking and meetups/conferences.\n* Evidence of excellent written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to present complex technical information clearly and concisely.\n\n**Preferred experience**\n\n* Familiarity with distributed systems, modern software architectures and environments, including Orchestrated Containers (e.g. Kubernetes), Microservices etc.\n* Familiarity with Systems Monitoring concepts, tooling and frameworks\n* In tune with the latest trends in the DevOps space\n* Open source evangelist and contributor\n* Thought leader within the DevOps community with social media following\n* BA/BS degree in Computer Science or similar field. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$150,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n Worldwide


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Stripe


verified closed
North America

fintech

 

devrel

 

finance

 

dev

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*Grow Stripes developer community around the world. *\n\nAt Stripe, were building the commerce infrastructure of the internet. Our Developer Relations team works with the largest developer audience possible. We are engineers and storytellers, representing Stripe to developer communities all around the world and inspiring new and existing users to build on top of the Stripe platform.\n\nAs a Developer Advocate, youll establish strong relationships with developers around the world in a scalable way, by crafting great resources to help developers build with Stripe, including samples, blog posts, and documentation. Youll foster developers communities, championing their interests and translating their feedback into actionable product insights.\n\nIf youre passionate about connecting with developers, trying out new frameworks and technologies, and sharing what youve learned with the world, wed love to hear from you.\n\n# Responsibilities\n **You will:**\n* Create momentum and drive adoption of the platform through your interactions with developers building applications and businesses on Stripe.\n* Champion Stripes developer products in person and online by presenting at conferences, writing technical tutorials, publishing articles and videos.\n* Build inspiring demos, sample apps, and continuously improve the developer experience of our APIs and SDKs.\n* Identify strategic partnership opportunities to grow our developer community.\n* Influence the direction of our developer products by gathering insights from our developer community. \n\n# Requirements\n**Were looking for someone who is:**\n* Creative, empathetic, communicative, and clever.\n* Confident and comfortable presenting to different types of audiences, large and small.\n* Adept at communicating technically complicated topics simply and elegantly.\n* Strong hands-on developer who is comfortable with full-stack development.\n* Intellectually curious, with great problem-solving skills.\n* Happy to travel regularly.\n\n#Location\nNorth America


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Dashbird is an organization that helps developers succeed at building serverless applications. We offer a monitoring and debugging platform to some of the most innovative companies in the world. We have global investors and a long-term vision for the future of serverless applications.\n\nIf you like **researching technical topics, fiddling with cutting edge technology, educating developers and building a community**, then this job is for you. \n\n\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n * Researching serverless topics\n* Experimenting with cloud technologies\n* Educating developers about serverless\n* Speaking at conferences\n* Participating in serverless community discussions\n\n \n\n# Requirements\n* Previous experience in Developer Advocacy\n* Experience in building with serverless\n


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Traefik Labs

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closed

golang

 

dev

 
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San Francisco, United States - As Traefik Labs' Developer Advocate you will engage with our user and contributor community to help drive its growth. In this highly technical role, you will be an ecosystem influencer and champion of users needs. You will work to build relationships and deeply understand and ...


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DataMotion


closed

dev

 

senior

 
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\nDataMotion, Inc. is an API company that enables secure digital business. Our solutions modernize business processes by bringing together information exchange with the way employees, customers and partners want to work. We are headquartered in Florham Park, NJ.\n\nWe are seeking a senior developer advocate/evangelist/educator who will be a technical thought leader, and who will inspire, enable and build a developer community around DataMotion APIs. Reporting to the Senior Marketing Director, you will deliver outstanding content, technical subject matter expertise and support in a variety of formats for relevant audiences, building and nurturing relationships with developers and influencers, online and offline. You will also be a key partner to our Sales, Engineering and Product teams, delivering content and feedback to internal teams to improve the developer and customer experience.\n\nThe ideal candidate for this position excels in a dynamic environment and is a confident communicator with the ability to clearly and persuasively articulate the company’s mission, solutions and business value to the developer community and influencers.\n\nDataMotion employees are currently working from home for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic. When we return to normal operating mode, this full-time position will be based in our Florham Park headquarters, but we are open to exceptional candidates working remotely. We are not offering relocation.\n\nResponsibilities:\n\n\n* Promote our APIs and source code on Stack Overflow, GitHub, blog posts, and other developer channels\n\n* Create and deliver blogs, articles, webinars, videos, tutorials, best practices, and other relevant content; Provide feedback on DataMotion developer documentation as needed\n\n* Advocate DataMotion to our target community at conferences, hackathons, meetups, coding boot camps, online forums, Twitter, Stack Overflow, Hacker News, and other appropriate channels\n\n* Build relationships with key influencers, foster a healthy technical community\n\n* Design and create samples and reference applications closely matching our target customer use cases\n\n\n\n\nRequirements:\n\n\n* Technical aptitude and ability to write samples and reference applications (Java, Python, C#/VB)\n\n* Excellent written and verbal communication skills; experience with public speaking, presentations, podcasts, webinars, blog and article writing\n\n* Ability to communicate with, present to and influence all levels of a customer organization, including executive and C-level, and in particular developers\n\n* Previous experience as a developer advocate\n\n* Experience growing an open source community\n\n* Experience working with 3rd party communities, social media and blogging\n\n* Recent experience in a start-up environment\n\n* Travel may be required (post Covid) depending on where developer events are held\n\n\n\n\n Education:\n\n\n* Business Administration or Software/Computer Engineering: Bachelor’s degree (required)\n\n\n\n\n Compensation/Benefits:\n\n\n* Competitive salary and performance-based bonus\n\n* Robust health (medical, dental and vision) benefits and 401(k) plan\n\n* Paid time off\n\n\n


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Coder Technologies


closed

dev

 
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Coder is looking for someone to lead our developer relations efforts.  But note up front that we are not just looking for someone who wants a job—we are looking for someone who wants to take a leading role in revolutionizing how software is developed.  We’ve created a great solution that will benefit a lot of Coders—now we need someone to build relationships and cultivate a community among developers who use our products.  We want to communicate with, listen to, and learn from our developer community so that we continue to develop solutions that meet their diverse and evolving requirements. We want to help the innovators innovate. \n\nWe are a startup so your responsibilities will be both broad and deep—and we’re moving very quickly so you’ll need to prioritize effectively and establish lightweight processes to ensure you’re making the best use of your time and resources to propel Coder forward.  It’s definitely a firehose in a whirlwind, but in a good way of course.\n\nThe Developer Advocate will report to the VP Marketing. \nEssentially, you’ll get to establish Developer Relations practices at Coder.  We’ve already got millions of downloads and a lot of active users; we just haven’t yet created a community. \n\n\n\n\n\nResponsibilities\n\n\n\n\n* Community Development — Build relationships and develop trust to transform our product user base into an active and engaging community.  Ensure that we are listening to developers and building solutions that 1) solve their biggest challenges and 2) make their lives easier.\n\n* Product Evangelism — Get out and talk to everyone you can and extol the virtues of developing on Coder—convert the masses.  You’ll have to be a coder too to have credibility and to demonstrate how the product works.\n\n* Open-Source Product Messaging — Construct product messaging to articulate the value our technology provides, what challenges it solves, and how developers can benefit from our solutions now. \n\n* Developer Enablement — Develop a ton of content to support developer discovery and use of our solutions.  Establish programs, create materials, conduct training to ensure our users are fully supported. Do everything you can to empower developers.\n\n* Events — Own and coordinate developer event planning to maximize coverage and product adoption.\n\n* Partner Development — Create programs and messaging to build a network of partners to extend our product capabilities and facilitate developer use. \n\n* Product Input — Develop a process to incorporate all the input you are obtaining through your conversations with developers into our own product development process to ensure we are building solutions that developers want and need.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nQualifications/Experience:\n\n\n\n\n* At least seven years of experience in product management, product marketing, engineering, corporate marketing, managing a team—a mix of larger organizations and startups is ideal.\n\n* An understanding of and experience in high technology—cloud computing, dev/ops, enterprise applications—are a bonus.\n\n* Experience with software development highly sought after—be a coder to relate to coders - at a minimum an understanding of the development process.\n\n* Adaptive personality, highly organized and self-motivating, willing to take ownership and deliver results in a fast-paced environment. Should be comfortable with high ambiguity.\n\n* Ability to understand technology at its core functions and articulate the benefits of the technology at a business level.\n\n* Innate drive to learn and grow—a want to solve problems and find answers to challenging questions.\n\n\n\n\n


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Coder


closed

dev

 
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\nCoder is looking for someone to lead our developer relations efforts.  But note up front that we are not just looking for someone who wants a job—we are looking for someone who wants to take a leading role in revolutionizing how software is developed.  We’ve created a great solution that will benefit a lot of Coders—now we need someone to build relationships and cultivate a community among developers who use our products.  We want to communicate with, listen to, and learn from our developer community so that we continue to develop solutions that meet their diverse and evolving requirements. We want to help the innovators innovate.  We are a startup so your responsibilities will be both broad and deep—and we’re moving very quickly so you’ll need to prioritize effectively and establish lightweight processes to ensure you’re making the best use of your time and resources to propel Coder forward.  It’s definitely a firehose in a whirlwind, but in a good way of course. The Developer Advocate will report to the VP Marketing.  Essentially, you’ll get to establish Developer Relations practices at Coder.  We’ve already got millions of downloads and a lot of active users; we just haven’t yet created a community. \n\nResponsibilities\n\n\n\n\n* Community Development — Build relationships and develop trust to transform our product user base into an active and engaging community.  Ensure that we are listening to developers and building solutions that 1) solve their biggest challenges and 2) make their lives easier.\n\n* Product Evangelism — Get out and talk to everyone you can and extol the virtues of developing on Coder—convert the masses.  You’ll have to be a coder too to have credibility and to demonstrate how the product works.\n\n* Open-Source Product Messaging — Construct product messaging to articulate the value our technology provides, what challenges it solves, and how developers can benefit from our solutions now. \n\n* Developer Enablement — Develop a ton of content to support developer discovery and use of our solutions.  Establish programs, create materials, conduct training to ensure our users are fully supported. Do everything you can to empower developers.\n\n* Events — Own and coordinate developer event planning to maximize coverage and product adoption.\n\n* Partner Development — Create programs and messaging to build a network of partners to extend our product capabilities and facilitate developer use. \n\n* Product Input — Develop a process to incorporate all the input you are obtaining through your conversations with developers into our own product development process to ensure we are building solutions that developers want and need.\n\n\n\n\n\n\nQualifications/Experience:\n\n\n\n\n* At least seven years of experience in product management, product marketing, engineering, corporate marketing, managing a team—a mix of larger organizations and startups is ideal.\n\n* An understanding of and experience in high technology—cloud computing, dev/ops, enterprise applications—are a bonus.\n\n* Experience with software development highly sought after—be a coder to relate to coders - at a minimum an understanding of the development process.\n\n* Adaptive personality, highly organized and self-motivating, willing to take ownership and deliver results in a fast-paced environment. Should be comfortable with high ambiguity.\n\n* Ability to understand technology at its core functions and articulate the benefits of the technology at a business level.\n\n* Innate drive to learn and grow—a want to solve problems and find answers to challenging questions.\n\n\n\n\n


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Jack Henry & Associates .


closed
綾 US-only

dev

 
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\nBanno is redefining the relationship between forward-thinking financial institutions and their customers. Banno leverages bleeding edge technology and an industry leading product vision to make user-friendly mobile and web apps. We build front end applications natively in both Android and iOS as well as using modern web components.\n\nAbout You\n\nYou are infinitely curious and thrive in an environment where you are constantly learning and growing. You want to be somewhere that you are trusted and set up for success every day. You want to be somewhere that surrounds you with other great engineers that drive you to be better everyday.\n\nAlthough you work with multiple teams you are self motivated and able to work with independence. You have experienced good developer experiences and poor developer experiences.  You have an itch to make a great developer experience. You care deeply about your work, your teams, and the end user.\n\nBanno values trust and those with a bias towards action. We have a remote-first culture that challenges you each day and supports your growth. We are confident you will love it here.\n\nWhat you are working on\n\nIn short, you'll be advocating for the needs of developers whether they are 3rd party developers or internal engineers.The Developer Advocate is the primary public interface for evangelizing Banno’s API, developer toolkit, and plugin ecosystem while assisting outside developers in building new and interesting products with Banno.\n\nThe Developer Advocate is constantly creating new proof of concept projects to demonstrate inventive new things to do with Banno’s API. The Developer Advocate publicly discusses Banno’s API on social media as well as presents at conferences. The Developer Advocate writes technical guides, tutorials, and reference docs for https://jackhenry.dev.\n\nAbout the Banno team\n\nWe are committed to creativity, thoughtfulness, culture, and openness—the perfect place to make phenomenal products that have a big impact. Our work environment echoes a modern tech startup but we have the security and benefits of a large, publicly traded company. With an engineering team of over 100, we place a high value on continued education and also contribute to--and use--open source projects.\n\nOur team is distributed and that means you can live and work wherever you want within the US. You’ll get the chance to choose your own tools, work with bleeding edge web technologies across the stack and contribute to products that are used by millions of people.\n\nTravel of up to 25% may be required for company meetings, professional development, and public speaking at conferences.\n\nMust be U.S. based.\n\nMinimum Qualifications\n\n\n* Minimum 6 years of programming experience.\n\n* Experience with one of these modern JavaScript frameworks; Angular, React, Vue, or Polymer.\n\n* Must have experience presenting at a conference, industry group or local development groups.\n\n* Experience being in a customer facing role as an engineer.\n\n\n\n\nBonus Points\n\n\n* Proof of concept applications built for various APIs on GitHub.\n\n* Examples of great communication: documentation, blog posts and video blogs.\n\n* Active professional presence on Twitter.\n\n\n\n\nEssential Functions\n\n\n* Gain industry recognition and credibility as a regular attendee, panelist, and keynote speaker at meetups, technology conferences, trade shows, and press events\n\n* Advocate for developers internally and craft narratives around new releases and features by working with Product Management, Engineering, and other cross-functional teams.\n\n* Write, curate, and edit developer resources: tutorials, examples, guides, and documentation.\n\n* Deliver compelling presentations, product demos, sample solutions, and discussions to drive adoption of company products and services\n\n* Create screencasts, white papers, and tutorials about emerging technologies and industry developments\n\n* Maintain a strong and credible presence in social media channels relevant to developers\n\n* Work with worldwide counterparts to share best practices and help build a best-in-the-industry developer advocacy organization\n\n* Collaborate and cultivate trust with both the product and the developers. Facilitate dialogue to drive achievement of objectives and a better developer experience.\n\n* Develop a process to solicit, gather, and organize feedback from both internal and external stakeholders to improve and extend the developer experience, product offering, and platform ecosystem.\n\n\n\n\n#Location\n綾 US-only


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Wikimedia Foundation


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dev

 
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\nDeveloper Advocate\n\nCan you envision yourself applying your technical and communication skills to make a positive impact in the world? Come work with our team of Developer Advocates, Technical Writers, and Site Reliability Engineers in Technical Engagement at the Wikimedia Foundation! We are dedicated to supporting developers within and outside of the Wikimedia Movement who create and use Open Source solutions to technical problems. You are comfortable sharing ideas, providing guidance and technical support, speaking in public, and communicating via asynchronous channels (mailing lists/forums/IRC). Our teams work remotely and so can you!\n\nThe Wikimedia Foundation is passionate about making it easier for people to use Wikimedia APIs and to contribute to the numerous Free and Open Source software (FOSS) projects that the Wikimedia movement relies on to power their wikis. Our Developer Advocates provide technical support; run workshops; produce sample code, tutorials,  and other documentation; and help to create a fun, inclusive and productive environment for our international technical communities.\n\nWe’d like you to do these things:   \n\n\n* Support and nurture a vibrant community of tool developers and API consumers.\n\n* Collaborate with volunteer developers as well as other teams and organizations across the Wikimedia Movement and beyond.\n\n* Help developers to diagnose and resolve technical issues with our Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) platforms and their code.\n\n* Produce tutorials, documentation, and sample code demonstrating best practices in the use of Wikimedia APIs and datasets to build tools and other software for the Wikimedia projects.\n\n* Conduct trainings and workshops and provide space for discussions and peer-learning both online and at movement events.\n\n* Mentor technical contributors toin FOSS development practices and local community norms.\n\n* Talk with teams, individual contributors at Wikimedia Foundation, and community volunteers to obtain an in-depth understanding of needs and requirements of technical contributors\n\n\n\n\nWe’d like you to have these skills:\n\n\n* Strong interpersonal skills, with a track record of modeling collaborative development practices.\n\n* Demonstrated experience with one or more scripting languages in a Linux/Unix environment, such as: Python, Javascript, Node.js, PHP.\n\n* Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills.\n\n* Good analytical and problem-solving skills.\n\n* BS in Computer Science or other relevant technical field or the equivalent in related work experience.\n\n\n\n\nAnd it would be even more awesome if you have this:\n\n\n* Experience working with geographically distributed software engineering teams\n\n\n\n\n\n* Experience participating in FOSS projects or online volunteer communities\n\n* Ability to read and write multiple (human) languages\n\n* Familiarity with MediaWiki and/or MediaWiki APIs\n\n* Experience with writing and optimizing SQL queries\n\n* Experience with one or more cloud computing environments (OpenStack, AWS, GCP/GKE, Azure, DigitalOcean, Heroku, etc)\n\n\n\n\nShow us your stuff!\n\nIf you have participated in on-line collaborative communities please share links with us. This could be a wiki, web forum, mailing list, GitHub, Stack Exchange, Quora, etc. If you have developed any open source software, send links to that as well. We would love to see your work!\n\n\nU.S. Benefits & Perks*\n\n\n* Fully paid medical, dental and vision coverage for employees and their eligible families (yes, fully paid premiums!)\n\n* The Wellness Program provides reimbursement for mind, body and soul activities such as fitness memberships, baby sitting, continuing education and much more\n\n* The 401(k) retirement plan offers matched contributions at 4% of annual salary\n\n* Flexible and generous time off - vacation, sick and volunteer days, plus 19 paid holidays - including the last week of the year.\n\n* Family friendly! 100% paid new parent leave for seven weeks plus an additional five weeks for pregnancy, flexible options to phase back in after leave, fully equipped lactation room.\n\n* For those emergency moments - long and short term disability, life insurance (2x salary) and an employee assistance program\n\n* Pre-tax savings plans for health care, child care, elder care, public transportation and parking expenses\n\n* Telecommuting and flexible work schedules available\n\n* Appropriate fuel for thinking and coding (aka, a pantry full of treats) and monthly massages to help staff relax\n\n* Great colleagues - diverse staff and contractors speaking dozens of languages from around the world, fantastic intellectual discourse, mission-driven and intensely passionate people\n\n\n\n\n*Eligible international workers' benefits are specific to their location and dependent on their employer of record\n\nMore information\n\nWMF\nBlog\nWikimedia 2030\nWikimedia Medium Term Plan\nDiversity and inclusion information for Wikimedia workers, by the numbers\nWikimania 2019\nAnnual Report - 2017 \nThis is Wikimedia Foundation \nFacts Matter\nOur Projects


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\nSeniority: We are open to all levels of seniority, and adjust compensation accordingly\n\nCompensation: Competitive market salary \n\nLocation: This position will be remotely based, with the ideal candidate based in the US East Coast, but we will consider all candidates based between San Francisco and Moscow timezones.\n\n At source{d} we are building the data platform for your software development lifecycle. We are an open-core company built around our popular Open Source projects. We have raised over 10 million USD so far, and we are currently growing our team. \n\nRole\n\nThis position is for a Developer Advocate reporting directly to source{d} VP of Marketing who is based in San Francisco and is also responsible for Developer Relations. Be prepared to wear many hats! \n\n\n* You will be expected to have previous experience in Developer Relations: technical writing (blog posts, tutorials, hands-on labs, etc), documentation, technical presentations on stage, and participation in forums (such as StackOverflow) \n\n* A significant amount of time you will be trying out source{d} products and writing about them in both blog posts and technical documentation. You’ll need to find defects or possible improvements and report them to the product and engineering team. \n\n* In addition to communication skills, you are also a developer at heart, with experience in basic data retrieval (SQL) and visualization (Python + graph tooling). \n\n* You’ll be responsible for managing communication within the developer community as well as with prospects and customers. \n\n* You will also be planning and participating in technical events, leading technical enterprise workshops and giving talks at developer conferences.\n\n\n


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\nOverview\n\nEverything we do empowers our clients to move forward.\n\nGreat technology companies are built on incredible design, engineering and strategy, working in unison, operating at the very heart of an organisation and its audience. Enabling organisations to become great technology companies is our mission and our promise to our clients.\n\nWe aim to leave them with the mindset, tools, skills and expertise they need to go beyond their own expectations, revolutionise their sectors, and for us to be proud of the change we create with them and their customers.\n\nAbout YLD\n\n“Good enough to be dangerous”\n\nDuring our company-wide trip to Porto, our CEO Nuno attributed YLD’s continued growth and success down to those we hire.\n\nOur employees are “good enough to be dangerous” and we believe that bringing extraordinary people together produces great results.\n\nWe are a strong proponent of continuous delivery and rigorous testing practices, and we help our customers move towards modern best-practices with minimal risk.\n\nWe educate, co-develop and automate, whilst passing on our expertise to our customers’ development teams in the process. It’s not just about lines of code.\n\nYLD has offices in London, Manchester, Lisbon, Porto.\n\nAbout The Role\n\nA YLD Developer Advocate is first and foremost an engineer, so you will need to be specialised on a particular technology. You will also have experience engaging with the community, public speaking and developer relations.\n\nOur tech conferences and meetups are built by the community, for the community. Your role will be leading the innovation of our community engagement with open-source work. We expect a Developer Advocate to work closely with the CTO and Head of Marketing to engage open source communities and tell the YLD story.\n\nThis role helps keep us connected to the communities that love technology as much as we do!\n\nAbout You\n\nYou will act as a passionate advocate within the community as well as being a vocal champion for developer interests within YLD.  \n\nYou will be an engineer that loves to connect with developers - you enjoy speaking publicly about open-source technologies at conferences, meetups and sharing your knowledge through varying content forms. \n\nYou’ll bring an entrepreneurial flair,  as you will build and maintain networks with other engineers and decision-making leaders.  \n\nYou possess excellent communication skills that will allow you to build clear and compelling presentations and deliver them to a variety of audiences. \n\nYour Responsibilities\n\nEngineering\n\n\n* Open Source work - Be active in the open source world, own open source projects that impact the community and participate in relevant open source projects by opening issues, commenting on existing issues, submitting pull requests, etc;\n\n* Software Development - Build tooling / extensions for the technologies we use, find ways to improve the engineers’ workflows and talk / write about it;\n\n* Research - Proactively seeking new technologies, building prototypes, and writing about the experience, which will inform YLD of potential new business areas  to explore;\n\n* Training - Be a leader and an expert in a given technology, write content that can be used in a business context for a client or internally for our engineers to help their professional growth;\n\n* Sales Engineering - Being able to clearly articulate the benefits of a particular technology in the context of a client engagement, provide workshops to clients and be able to prove to clients the value of using a given technology\n\n\n\n\nMarketing / Community\n\n\n* Community engagement - Work closely with the marketing team to represent YLD within our community via education such as talks or workshops at conferences and meetups, events organisation, and content creation;\n\n* Knowledge sharing - Lead content creation on the core YLD technologies via blogs, white papers, webinars, videos as well as exploring new channels and technologies;\n\n* Documentation - Work on training materials and identifying ways to document how we utilise open-source technologies;\n\n* Educating the internal teams - Bring back the knowledge from the industry and community events by presenting new trends and working with the team to implement new ways of working and community engagement\n\n\n\n\nOur Offer\n\n\n* 6 month pay reviews\n\n* 6 months fully paid maternity and paternity leave\n\n* £2,000 yearly allowance for training / conferences\n\n* £300 hardware budget\n\n* Minimum of 25 days holiday (excluding Public Holidays)\n\n* Mentorship through fortnightly 1:1s\n\n* Company pension\n\n* Private health care\n\n* Company Uber and Airbnb account for business travel\n\n* Cycle to work scheme\n\n\n\n\nWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.


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\nOmniSci (formerly MapD) is the creator of the Extreme Analytics Platform, the world’s fastest open source analytics technology. What started as a radical idea at Harvard and MIT, has grown to be a platform that is changing the way major businesses and governments gain insights from massive datasets. \n\nOmniSci has made breakthrough advancements in big data analytics and visualization, by harnessing the transformative power of supercomputer-grade GPUs. Since launching our product in 2016, OmniSci has been recognized as a Gartner Cool Vendor, a Top Ten Coolest Big Data Startups by CRN, and is experiencing explosive growth in users and customers.\n\nThe company is backed by leading VCs and strategic investors, including NEA; Nvidia, GV (Google), In-Q-Tel, Verizon Ventures and Vanedge Capital.\n\nOVERVIEW:\n\nOmniSci (formerly MapD) is the creator of the extreme analytics platform, used in business and government to find insights in big data beyond the limits of mainstream analytics tools. The platform, available in cloud, open source, and enterprise versions, harnesses the massive parallel computing of GPUs for breakthrough performance at scale. OmniSci wishes to foster the growth of user and developer communities around our platform. Community is a core piece of OmniSci’s strategy, and our community team is tasked with building a vibrant, diverse ecosystem that makes all of its members successful.\n\nOmniSci is seeking a Community Developer Advocate to spread the word about the OmniSci open-source and community offerings, and support community members. Evangelizing the technical value of our offering and showing how it can be integrated into a larger analytics ecosystem are critical components of the role.  This position can be remote, but candidates must be located in North America only.  The position will report to the VP of Community based in our HQ office in downtown San Francisco. \n\nRESPONSIBILITIES:\n\n\n* Build demos and workflows showing users and developers how the OmniSci platform can deliver value in the context of production environments and real use cases.\n\n* Develop written materials and code repos showcasing the technical value of the product such as demos, blog posts and tutorials.\n\n* Design and execute large-scale community-building and engagement initiatives.\n\n* Be the face of the company and community at technical events (user conferences, meetups, hackathons) geared toward attracting new users to the community.\n\n* Speak in front of large developer audiences about the value of the OmniSci platform.\n\n* Engage with academic labs and researchers to promote adoption of the OmniSci platform in academia.\n\n* Be the voice of the community inside OmniSci, offering external guidance to positively influence product and marketing plans.\n\n* In general, do anything and everything to get users and developers adopting and contributing to the OmniSci community.\n\n\n\n\nQUALIFICATIONS:\n\n\n* This is a technical role; 3+ years of experience writing code and content (blog, video, etc.) for demos and proofs of concept, or as a developer building on top of database and analytics technologies is required.\n\n* Technical credibility is critical. The ideal candidate will be able to engage and support the community with a credible and knowledgeable voice.\n\n* Fluency with databases, data engineering, data science, and/or data analytics is important. Experience as a user of cutting-edge database, visualization and analytics technologies will ensure the demos and content are highly relevant to the community.\n\n* Experience (2+ years) engaging as a member of other communities (open source, other developer platforms, etc.).\n\n* Passion for the OmniSci project and driving adoption via an open source strategy.\n\n* An undergraduate degree in a technical field, or similar experience as a developer is highly preferred.\n\n* Excellent written and verbal communication skills.\n\n* Self-starter with ability to conceive of, and drive projects through to completion.\n\n* Relentless attention to the needs of users.\n\n* Ability to travel. Expected 10-40% of time.\n\n\n


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\nWith the number of libraries, frameworks, tools and services a developer needs to understand and use to build a modern application, it’s amazing anything works.\n\nAs the first member of the developer relations team at Manifold, you’ll show developers how to untangle the mess of dependencies that comprise a modern application. You’ll bring these developers together, build deep relationships with them and act as an ambassador for their feedback within Manifold. GraphQL, CockroachDB, and Kafka may not be things you are familiar with, but you definitely just Googled them because you have an insatiable curiosity. You’re methodical and organized, because when you sit at the inflection point between product, engineering and marketing—everyone wants a slice of your attention.\n\nPrevious experience in Developer Advocacy is a plus, but if you’ve contributed to a major open-source project, worked in product at a developer services company, or just bring unparalleled passion and enthusiasm to this space then please, apply.\n\n\nWhat you'll do\n\n\n* Be an explorer: venture into uncharted waters, discover new technologies and share your findings\n\n* Be an educator: create and maintain blog posts, documentation, and rich media content that both entertain and educate, inspiring existing and future users\n\n* Be the voice of our developer: gather, distill and disseminate the needs of our developers to product and engineering\n\n* Be the test dummy: find and report our rough edges, so our users don’t have to\n\n* Be the rubber duck: be a sounding board for product and development\n\n\n\n\nWhat you'll need\n\n\n* Experience in a senior developer advocacy, product or engineering role\n\n* Experience building applications and/or APIs with third-party cloud services\n\n* Proficiency in at least one dynamic language\n\n* Experience with Git, GitHub, and the command-line\n\n* Experience with technical writing and presentations\n\n* Ability to travel domestically and internationally up to 30%\n\n* Superb listening skills\n\n\n\n\nBonus Points\n\n\n* Master’s degree in Computer Science or a related technical field\n\n* Outstanding success as an evangelist, community manager, product manager, or CTO\n\n* Experience working on a third-party cloud service\n\n* Experience working on an open-source project in large established community as a leader or contributor\n\n\n\n\nWe're looking for\n\n\n* Programming\n\n* Software Engineering\n\n* Technical Documentation\n\n* Technical Leadership\n\n* Technical Writing\n\n* Developer Advocacy\n\n\n\n\nA little bit about us\nAt Manifold, we help developers discover and use innovative tools and technologies; so you can focus on building, not managing, your applications. Each new cloud service we use today introduces complexity in the form of another bill, account to manage, credential to secure, and code to deploy.\n\nManifold allows you to build and offer cloud services to developers without having to worry about billing, identity, and credential distribution (An example of one such service: JawsDB).\n\nWe're a small, remote-friendly venture-backed company based in Halifax, Canada with teams in Toronto and San Francisco. With a shared passion for making developers lives easier and our backgrounds reflect that, having worked at the likes of Red Hat, Heroku, and Salesforce.\n\nAre you interested?\nWe believe in having people work from where they are most productive. If that happens to be in our offices in Halifax, Nova Scotia, or in San Francisco, welcome! We'd love to have you. If you are remote, you are also welcome! We don't actually need you to be in North America, as the job summary specifies, but we do prefer candidates who are roughly within 4 hours of the US Eastern Time Zone.\n\nWe offer competitive compensation and equity opportunities, with additional perks such as a professional development allowance.


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\nWe’re thrilled so many people are building amazing things with our API and growing Power-Ups platform and we’d like to help even more people do the same. To nurture our growing community of developers, we’re looking for a supportive Developer Advocate to join the Trello team. We know there’s a lot we could do to make it easier to get started building on our platform and that’s where you come in.\n\nYou will...\n\n\n* Connect with and help developers use our API and Power-Ups platform.\n\n* Create content highlighting cool apps, Power-Ups, integrations, and extensions -- hopefully even some you’ve built yourself.\n\n* Write example code and create starter projects to help developers get up and running quickly.\n\n* Identify and fix anything preventing people from building for Trello.\n\n* Travel to the occasional conference to speak, and generally be active in the developer community.\n\n\n\n\nAbout you...\n\n\n* You have strong opinions on what makes an API great and you’re not shy about sharing them.\n\n* You get excited about well-written documentation that includes helpful example code and sample projects.\n\n* You get a thrill from helping people. You’re personable and a great communicator.\n\n* You’re involved in the developer community. You can’t help but share your enthusiasm for APIs and integrations. You have an active blog, Twitter account, or other public presence.\n\n* You’ve worked as a Developer Advocate or Evangelist before, or been a developer on a product team.\n\n\n\n\nAbout us...\n\nWe hire creative people and give them the autonomy to do great work. We understand how important the developer community is to our success.\n\nWe built Trello to be a remarkably great place to work.\n\nOur office is in New York City (but you don't have to be).\n\nWe welcome all applicants regardless of race, color, ethnicity, actual or perceived sexual identity, gender identity, gender expression, economic status, ability, disability, religious beliefs or disbeliefs, national origin, age, military service eligibility, veteran status, marital status, parental status, or caregiver status.\n\nWhen you apply…\n\nPlease add these answers into your cover letter:  \n\n\n* Other than having the appropriate endpoints, what makes for a good API?\n\n* Have any blog posts you want to share? Please do! \n\n* Why do you want to work for Trello?\n\n\n


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\nWe’re thrilled so many people are already building amazing things with our API and new Power-Ups platform and we’d like to help even more people do the same. To nurture our growing community of developers, we’re looking for a supportive Developer Advocate to join the Trello team. We know there’s a lot we could do to make it easier to get started building on our platform and that’s where you come in.\n\nAs a Developer Advocate at Trello, it will be your mission to make it easy and fun to build on top of Trello. You will:\n\n\n* Connect with and help developers use our API and Power-Ups platform.\n\n* Create content highlighting cool apps, Power-Ups, integrations, and extensions -- hopefully even some you’ve built yourself.\n\n* Write example code and create starter projects to help developers get up and running quickly.\n\n* Identify and fix anything preventing people from building for Trello.\n\n* Travel to the occasional conference to speak, and generally be active in the developer community.\n\n\n


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\nWant to work for one of the Coolest and Hottest Open Source Software Companies In The World\n\nThe Developer Relations program at Elastic focuses on increasing adoption of our technology and ensuring user success. In this role, you will serve as an advocate for Elastic's product line to Developer and Operations Professionals. Your primary role will be to engage with our user community through creating ops-oriented technical artifacts for our product stack, participating in user groups, representing the company at developer events and giving presentations on our technology.\n\nPrevious experience as a developer advocate or community manager very much preferred, but not required. Hands-on systems administration or DevOps experience strongly preferred. Excellent presentation skills required. Fluent business English is required, familiarity with other languages is a plus.\n\nThis role requires extensive travel; you should be comfortable with 50% time on the road, with peaks and troughs dependent upon the technical conference season.\n\nJob Duties\n\n\n* Present about the Elastic product line and related topics at conferences (e.g. DevOps Days, Monitorama, and OSCON) and meetups, including technical demos\n\n* Keep finger on the pulse of tech trends, particularly in the DevOps world, and report back to the organization\n\n* Work with community to create configuration management artifacts (e.g. Ansible playbooks, Chef cookbooks, and Puppet modules) for our product stack as well as logstash plugins\n\n* Create programs to share the Elastic product story with our community, such as podcasts, community hangouts and/or office hours\n\n* Author content on our technology and ecosystem products for our blog and technical media outlets\n\n* Interact and build relationships with community members virtually and in person\n\n* Recruit user group organizers and speakers\n\n* Identify and amplify user success stories\n\n* Bring these stories to our community through technical editing, etc.\n\n\n


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