We are a fully remote company, founded in 2009, that builds software to solve universal human problems. Our projects use technology to foster cultural advancements, reducing aggregate suffering for as much of the human race as possible.
We look for curious, hard-working people and turn them into great leaders, entrepreneurs, investors. We don't have offices and we support a 'work anywhere' culture. View current openings →
Our work process
The time you usually lose on commuting, we are giving it back to you with a fully remote job. You are the only one controlling your working hours. Our team uses the latest technologies and tools.
We believe that our employees deserve to work with a minimum of distractions and interruptions so our culture is highly focused on that. A maximum of 3.5% of your entire time will be spent in meetings, compared to the typical 25-30% at many other companies.
We are happy to say that our employees don't get bored and they have the privilege of working in an extremely fast-paced, and relatively drama-free environment, compared to the typical corporate political arena one wrangles with in their first job out of school.
Core traits we are looking for in a team member
Desire to run experiment
Ability to communicate effectively
Our recruitment process
Application review We carefully assess your resume to make sure that you are a strong fit
Introductory call You chat with our talent acquisition consultants in order to get to know us better and to provide answers to your possible questions
Practical assessment You are given a sample task to evaluate your relevant skills and your ability to work in a remote environment
The final interview You have an interview with one of our team leads that will give you a better understanding of our workflow
Offer On average, only 1-2% of our applicants receive an offer; we expect highly motivated coworkers
Our internal training
Our training period is indefinite, meaning that it starts on your first day and you are expected to be in a continuous learning from that point on. Our people absorb an insane amount of information and are expected to never stop improving.
Your teammates and your team lead will be mentoring you and your job here is to give them feedback in order for them to improve as well.
Like your teammates, you are expected to create training material as well. This means we expect you to do your research and heavily read on topics that can advance your skills set in the areas related to your day-to-day work.
We expect our people to be willing to find a shortcut to the apex of their early-stage career. If you are willing to do this then you have to assume the price of admission in terms of deliberate practice and sustained, consistent effort and focus.