We are a video chat tool with pair programming and other collaborative features built for developers.
Why join us?
We are are very small team (3 people), so whoever joins now will have a lot of voice and impact in the product.
We started building GitDuck for ourselves and now hundreds of teams are using it.
We are backed by Y Combinator, General Catalyst, Gradient (Google AI's fund) and more.
Engineering at GitDuck
We are building plugins for all IDEs so developers can share their code independently of their IDE. This means that we need to handle multiple languages and interfaces. Our users also need our product to be fast and work in real-time, so there are a lot of challenges to make GitDuck perform well and securely.
We are adding Follow modes to our IDE plugins. So whenever people are pair programming, they can be always following a developer and seeing everything they are doing or if they select
Not Follow, people can work in parallel without interrupting each other.
Server and terminal sharing. This will enable developers to share their server so everyone that joins a pair programming session can build and see the results although they don't have a server running in their machine.
Port to Sublime, Vim, Atom and other IDEs. Right now GitDuck is available to VS Code and all the JetBrains IDEs. This is a big challenge as each IDE has their own language and UI.
Working at GitDuck
We are a small collaborative team that encourages initiative, ownership, frugality and speed. We talk a lot to our users and try to make the product better every day.
You define your working hours. We care about productivity.
Work from Home
We are a remote first company, we don't have an office and we don't care much where you are.
Interested in this company?
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