We believe the current technical hiring process doesn’t do enough to help engineers show their strengths. At Triplebyte, we’re dedicated to building a better process.See open roles
Hiring is something that resonated deeply with all three of our founders.
Hiring is hard. It’s something our founders understand well. Before starting Triplebyte, Harj was the first partner at Y Combinator, where young companies often struggle to hire their first employees. Guillaume and Ammon were working on Socialcam (later acquired by Autodesk in 2012 for $60M), where they also experienced firsthand the challenges of hiring.
Triplebyte was founded on the belief that the current technical hiring process doesn’t do enough to help engineers show their strengths. Our founders started Triplebyte to help engineers find great jobs by assessing their abilities without relying on the prestige of their resume credentials. You can read more about Triplebyte’s views on hiring in our manifesto here.
We’re supported by some of the best angel investors in tech.
Marissa Mayer led the development of Google’s most successful products for more than 10 years and was appointed CEO of Yahoo in 2012.
Drew Houston is the CEO of Dropbox, which he co-founded with MIT classmate Arash Ferdowsi.
Jessica Livingston is a co-founder of Y Combinator and author of Founders at Work.
Paul Graham is the co-founder of Y Combinator and author of numerous essays and books.
Meet the team
Gina previously worked in education and operations at Stanford University and the San Francisco Symphony. In her free time she is a freelance flutist performing regularly around the bay area. Gina enjoys nature, hiking , cooking, and travel.
Colette is a technical writer at Triplebyte with a background in writing, marketing and design, and proposal writing. She enjoys a variety of hobbies and exploring the city.
Peter previously worked at ArborBridge managing their remote tutoring team and building a market presence in Asia. He enjoys running, gymnastics, and reading epic fantasy novels.
Kevin was a recruiter and a career coach before joining Triplebyte. Outside of work, he's a clown and a drummer ⚡️
Jasmine was previously an Administrative Assistant at One Medical before joining Triplebyte. When she's not working she loves Traveling, Concerts, and finding the best brunch spots in Sf.
Head of Product
Aaron was previously a product manager at Tesla and at Pebble and before that, consulted with Doblin. Aaron enjoys a good game of Ultimate Frisbee, playing music and teaching his new dog old tricks.
Machine Learning Engineer
Andrew previously worked on big data applications for a couple of Washington, D.C. area startups. As an east coast native, he is still adjusting to the Pacific time zone. In his free time, he enjoys watching sports, traveling, and refreshing Twitter.
Writing Team Lead
Rachel has a degree in math, but found she liked writing better while teaching international students during grad school. She runs a few websites and writes in her spare time in addition to leading the Triplebyte writing team.
Guillaume is a French software engineer. He previously co-founded Socialcam, a W12 YC startup. Acquired by Autodesk for $60M.
Chandra did computational biophysics research in college, after which she decided to do something completely different and joined Triplebyte as a writer. She likes campfires, tea, and tabletop RPGs.
Claire studied physics in college, and she worked for nonprofits focused on global poverty and existential risk before joining Triplebyte. Outside of work she likes to read fantasy and psychology books, hang out with her eight housemates, and look at the sky.
Camilla previously worked as a graphic designer and as a teacher in Vietnam. In her free time, she enjoys drawing, hiking, taking photos, and exploring new cities.
Carter co-wrote a popular children's programming book. He grew up in Canada, but years of working with CSS have taught him to spell "color" without a U.
Growth / Software Engineer
Mike previously cofounded CircuitLab, a YC W13 startup, where he built simulation software for electrical engineers. He loves beaches, spicy foods, and manual transmissions.
Jordan worked at Randstad Technologies as a Technical Recruiter before joining Triplebyte. He enjoys traveling, fantasy football, and playing with his mini golden doodle, Murphy.
Customer Success Manager
Melissa’s background spans social anthropology, ethnic studies, and education. Originally from the Boston area, Melissa enjoys travel, movies, kickboxing, karaoke, and live comedy.
Ben started his career in consulting, but quickly corrected course and taught himself to code. He splits his free time between his puppy, baking bread, and MMA training.
Jonah attended Clemson University before he switched coasts to join Triplebyte. His interests include rock concerts, RPGs, science fiction, and playing piano.
Lyn is a self-taught programmer. They split their time between being a programming language geek, a competitive video game player, and loving books.
Harj was the first partner brought in at Y-Combinator since its founding. He also co-founded Auctomatic, acquired by Livecurrent Media. He is originally from London.
Eric previously cofounded Nightingale, where he developed software for autism therapists. When he's not writing code he enjoys tinkering with robots, motorcycles, and other electromechanical doodads.
Candidate Support Representative
After working in education for two and a half years in the Bay Area and Spain, Alyson has joined the Triplebyte team. She is a Bay Area native and enjoys the ocean, Mexican food, concerts, and dogs.
Eben joins Triplebyte after 12 years in the education and non-profit sector. A New York native who grew up in SF, Eben is energized by helping others find success. And by eating dark chocolate.
Yi-Ke is a software engineer who lived her previous life as a journalist and documentary photographer. She grew up in Beijing and Massachusetts.
Alex's professional background is sprinkled with experience in market research, analytics, and growth marketing—all of which helped him find his true passion in product. Outside of product, he has a keen interest electronic music composition, typography, and fried chicken.
Milena previously worked in the fields of education and immigration law. She enjoys hiking, painting and finding the best ramen spots.
Sales and Business Development
Previously, Alexia held various sales roles in early-stage tech companies. In her free time, she enjoys experimenting with new recipes, Netflixing, and museum-hopping abroad.
Head of Customer Success
Alex worked in marketing at various early stage companies before joining Triplebyte. She spent two years in grad school studying medieval history, and is a big fan of ghost stories.
Growth Marketing Manager
Meghana previously worked at EA and Poshmark in the digital marketing space. She's a Bay Area native that enjoys traveling, football, puppies, cheese, and singing with her acapella group.
Customer Success Manager
John previously worked at Gusto and helped scale their customer success and implementation teams. He enjoys volleyball, outdoor activities, and finding the best new brunch spots.
Darran joined Triplebyte out of college. She lived in Japan for 7 years, and loves listening to music and learning new languages.
Sile previously worked at Hack Reactor, FundersClub, and the Institute for Advanced Study before joining Triplebyte. She enjoys nature, traveling, building community projects, and performing spoken word.
Krista follows her curiosity on a unique path from the nonprofit arts to technical recruiting, running Yelp's intern program, completing a full-stack coding bootcamp and career coaching before joining Triplebyte. Krista also enjoys cheese, family (fur, feather, and human) and traveling.
Customer Success Manager
Amber previously served as Senior Manager of national programs at EveryoneOn. A D.C. native she enjoys all things NBA, movies, and traveling.
Chester is a product desig-nerd who seeks "extraordinary ideas for the ordinary". He previously worked at Mercedes-Benz for depicting the future of transportation. Outside of work, he is a DJ, a keen video gamer, and a coffee addict.
Ammon was lead video developer at Justin.tv before co-founding Socialcam, which was acquired by Autodesk in 2012 for $60m. He eats persimmons and enjoys cryptography (but not cryptocurrency).
Nick's background includes work as a public servant and educator. He recently moved to the Bay Area but is from Western Massachusetts. He enjoys curling, crosswords, and good company.