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Front-end developer for SafetyWing (YC W18)

Seeking a rational and creative front-end developer for fast-growing YC-startup.

We are building a global social safety net for online freelancers/entrepreneurs. Our current customers are digital nomads and we will also soon be launching a separate product for distributed startups.

We're a strong team of 10, our headquarter is in San Francisco, but our team is distributed.

You will receive both salary and equity compensation, also we have quarterly gatherings where you will join us.

SafetyWing went through Y Combinator (W18), has raised two rounds of venture-funding and have been growing >20 % every month since launch one year ago.

Find out more about us and our product at www.safetywing.com.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Apply now and work remotely at SafetyWing


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Build Release Engineer

Sailpoint Technologies, Inc. in Austin, TX 1766 mi java continuous-integration saas agile devops sysadmin

SailPoint is the Worldwide Leader for Enterprise-Class IAM
We minimize risk and maximize business growth by managing access to data and resources across your enterprise. We do it effectively and securely for every person who interacts with your organization—any user, on any device, anywhere in the world.
We were first to recognize that companies could benefit from an approach to identity that addresses both IT and business priorities. We developed a unique risk-based model and leveraged that approach for everything from compliance to user provisioning. Then we followed that with the industry's first solution for truly extending enterprise identity management to applications in the cloud.
Today, we offer comprehensive products that can handle enterprise IAM on-premises or as a cloud-based service. This gives you the freedom to choose the best solution for your current needs, while at the same time establishing a clear path for future growth.
IdentityNow is SailPoint’s Identity as a Service (IDaaS) product, and the Release Engineer is a crucial role of the IdentityNow team. He/She will proactively work with Engineering, DevOps, Product, Services, and other functional departments to implement and operate SaaS software release best practices. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who enjoys a fast-paced job and understands all the pieces that have to align correctly to get code safely and frequently from development to production.

  • Build, maintain and monitor all infrastructure required to support the release pipeline, in accordance with pre-existing DevOps standards

  • Monitor and troubleshoot all software builds

  • Perform deployments of each service as needed, with the goal of automating yourself out of needing to manually release software

  • Create methodology to move releases safely from one environment to the next, while still complying with our governing standards

  • Develop and/or improve standards and policies around proper software delivery principles, and encourage/promote CI/CD

  • Manage cross-functional requirements working with DevOps, Engineering, Product, Services, and other departments

  • Produce metrics, dashboards, and alerts that report on overall release quality and status

    Background & Experience:

  • Experience in a 24x7 Agile, SaaS environment

  • You’ve worked in a shop employing CI/CD

  • You’re an expert in one or more release automation products (Jenkins, GoCD, etc)

  • You’re great with at least one scripting language (Ruby, Python, etc)

  • You may not know Java, but you know how to build something written in Java

  • You have a good understanding of networking concepts

  • You have strong interpersonal and team skills, and the ability to set and enforce process and influence engineers who are not direct reports

    In addition to the above requirements, the ideal candidate will have experience with one or more of the following criteria:

  • System administration, system configuration, and system debugging experience

  • Knowledge of cloud infrastructure environments like AWS

  • Knowledge of container technology


  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or other technical disciplines, or equivalent experience


NodeJS Developer

SAGA is complex. You will be challenged and you will have fun. SAGA falls into the family of serverless architecture geared towards interactive and simulation systems in virtual and physical environments. We are looking for an experienced Node.js Developer to make us better. We do not care about degrees and all of that, it is good if you have a PhD in Quantum Computing, but we will take you without one, too.


  • Extending the platform, working on the REST interface, potentially GraphQL, improve the internal ACL, extend analytics.

  • Communicate and collaborate with the team on use cases and ideas.

  • Defend against feature creep

  • Ensure scalability and performance

  • Collaborate on DevOps

  • Document work

  • Sync resource communication with FrontEnd team

Need to Know

  • Distributed Systems Thinking

  • Node.js v10+

  • ECMAScript 6

  • MongoDB, RabbitMQ, Kafka, Redis

  • Refactoring

  • DevOps

  • TDD

This position will be working onsite with our partners at Hexagram. Hexagram is the creator of SAGA, a cloud-based platform that unites real-world and digital narratives, enabling users to explore physical spaces, interact with believable digital characters, and receive personalized immersive content across multiple platforms in real time.

SAGA can be used to orchestrate complex fictional worlds, reward loyal audience members, or bring people together. It publishes information across platforms from SMS to game engines, connecting audiences to the information and experiences they look for. SAGA is already being used on several major immersive projects and we have got something in the works that is literally a thousand times larger than what we have done before.

Some logistics: We have a small office in Chinatown, NYC in a terrific building with a scary elevator. We have people working from this office, and we have people working remotely. We like the idea of work/life balance, but recognize that it is not always easy to achieve. All of us love what we do. We do not pay insanely well because we are in the low-margin world of doing things that are difficult and risky. If we do these things well, they become more profitable. We are patient. We remember friends. We hug appropriately. We quietly enjoy it when people think we are crazy. We’ve been doing what we’ve been doing for 7+ years and the phone has never rung as often and as loudly. We are excited. Join us!