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Iterative


Software Engineer

verified
🌏Worldwide

Software Engineer


Iterative

🌏Worldwide verified

open source

python

dev tools

dvc

open source

python

dev tools

dvc

🌏Worldwide12d
We're a well-funded team building open source tools for ML workflow. Our first and core project, [DVC](https://github.com/iterative/dvc), has excellent traction and positive feedback from community. Our mission as a company is to build tools for engineers and data scientists that they love to use.\n\n**Our culture/what we offer:**\n\n- Team is distributed remotely worldwide.\n- Highly competitive salary, stock options, and bonuses.\n- Open source.\n- Founders and team with strong engineering, data science, and open source experience. We all code and understand engineering first-hand.\n- Engineering team is involved into product discussions and planning. We do it openly via [Github](https://github.com/iterative/dvc) or Discord [chat](https://dvc.org/chat).\n- Besides building the product we participate in conferences (PyCon, PyData, O'Reilly AI, etc). We encourage and support the team in giving talks, writing content, etc.\n- Well-defined process that we all participate in improving.\n\n**Join us if you like us love building open source and developer tools!**\n\n# Responsibilities\n - Discuss and research issues, features, new products.\n- Write code (see some [PR examples](https://github.com/iterative/dvc/pulls?q=is%3Apr+is%3Aclosed)).\n- Write docs if needed for your code (see this [repo](github.com/iterative/dvc.org )).\n- Being actively involved with the community - talk to users on Github, Discord, forum. \n\n# Requirements\nStrong Python knowledge and excellent coding culture (standards, unit test, etc) are required. Alternatively, strong skill in other languages along with some knowledge of Python is also acceptable.\n\n**Must have:**\n\n- Motivation and interest\n- Remote work self-discipline\n- Excellent communication skills - clear, constructive, and respectful dialog with other team members, community.\n- Can focus and deliver a task w/o constantly switching to other stuff - respect team's planning, deadlines, etc\n\n**Great to have:**\n\n- Experience working remotely\n- Open source contributions or experience of maintaining, developing an open source project\n- System programming experience - kernel, databases, etc.\n- Machine learning or data science experience \n\n#Salary\n$1\n \n\n#Location\n- 🌏Worldwide

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You will be focusing on open-core and private code-bases of [Teleport](https://github.com/gravitational/teleport), \nour privileged access management system used by the [best companies in the world](https://gravitational.com/).\n\nHere is why we love this job and hope you will enjoy it too:\n\n* Teleport is written in Go and C. \n* The range of problem solving includes networking, performance, security and\n integrations with existing systems.\n* Build and test cycles in teleport are measured in seconds, integration tests\n are running in minutes.\n* Most of the code you will write will be open source.\n* People [love using teleport](https://tech.decisiv.com/gravitationals-teleport-at-devops-dc-a05abf3a290), and if you like public speaking, you will find an audience who'll be happy to listen.\n* Teleport undergoes [regular](https://cure53.de/pentest-report_teleport.pdf) [security audits](https://cure53.de/pentest-report_teleport_2.pdf), and you will be part of the team interacting\nwith security experts. \n* We have a direct connection with the key customers and enjoy helping them on the spot.\n* We practice [thorough code reviews](https://github.com/gravitational/teleport/pull/2349) \n and have an [open design](https://github.com/gravitational/teleport/issues/1510) [process](https://github.com/gravitational/teleport/issues/1986).\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n If you join the Teleport team, here are some of the projects you will be working on:\n\n* Adding additional SSO providers support to Teleport enterprise code base and\n improving existing integrations.\n* Improving Kubernetes proxy support in Teleport and adding support for new\n protocols.\n* Improving Teleport's scalability on 10k+ nodes.\n* Simplifying cluster configuration and creating deployment examples.\n* Troubleshooting networking and performance issues affecting Teleport\n reliability at scale. \n\n# Requirements\nYou understand how computers work and what role an operating system plays. \n\nYou know why the Linux kernel is written in C and not any other language. You\nhave a favorite file system, you know what a syscall is and you are comfortable\nexploring `/proc` and `/sys`. \n\nYou like using Go every day, you are not afraid of Makefiles and you enjoy\nwhen thousands of servers bend to your will. You have a solid understanding of\nthe key aspects of systems engineering like caching, distributed systems.\nYou are familiar with the fundamentals of cryptography engineering have experience\nbuilding secure systems.\n\nYou should also be comfortable joining an early stage company with a dynamic\nfuture. We offer a great salary, but expect you to value the equity as well.\nIn return we offer full transparency regarding the company performance.\nYou will be joining the founding team, we want you to enjoy the ride!\n \n\n#Location\n- United States, Canada

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