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Keybase


Software Engineer


San Francisco

Software Engineer


Keybase

San Francisco

javascript

 

node js

 

engineer

 

dev

 

javascript

 

node js

 

engineer

 

dev

 
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Keybase is working hard to bring all the promise of public key cryptography to regular people. We're solving three challenging problems in parallel, building out: (1) an open and auditable PKI based on social network identities; (2) support for all mobile and desktop platforms, so that every device can have its own private key; and (3) viral sharing applications that use beautiful UX to hide the complexity we've all come to associate with public key.\n\nWe want to change the way security works at a deep level, so that sharing, end-to-end security, and cloud hosting can peacefully coexist. And we won't be happy with isolated enterprise installs, or appeal to just hardcore tin-foil hats. We're aiming for widespread adoption, first among the ever-growing posse of programmers, and eventually among consumers at large. We've been waiting for this for years; be part of building it!\n\nInterested? We're hiring generalist software engineers in both our NYC and SF offices. We need folks with good experience in some non-trivial subset of: distributed systems, file systems, security, cryptography, mobile and Web development, databases, storage, and UX. We hope you, like us, believe in our mission to bring the promise of public key to the masses.\n\nTo apply, please submit: \n - a CV, LinkedIn profile, or text description of your career \n - if you have it, a GitHub profile or links to open source projects you've worked on \n - a short snippet of code that you're particularly proud of, and a description of what it's doing; if you don't have that, then do the same for someone else's code \n - a short note introducing yourself\n\nExperience in the technologies we use is helpful but not required. They are: Go for core infrastructure; ObjC, Java and C# for native UI development on iOS, OSX, Android and Windows; Node.js and IcedCoffeeScript for Web development; FUSE for client file systems; MySQL/InnoDB, DynamoDB, S3 and EC2 for hosting. \n\n#Salary\n$50,000 — $130,000\n \n\n#Equity\n0.1 - 1.0\n\n\n#Location\nSan Francisco


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