Kite.com uses machine learning to help programmers write better code faster, and as a result we hope to accelerate the pace of innovation in the world.
76% of the people on our team are developers. Our team went to MIT, Stanford, CMU, Berkeley, UIUC; we've previously worked at and founded startups, and FAANG companies (Apple, Amazon, Google).
We've grown our user base 10x in the last 12 months.
We're backed by top investors in the Valley, including the founders of PayPal, Stripe, Palantir, Dropbox, and Cruise. Our Series A was led by Dan Scholnick at Trinity Ventures, who led the Series A's of Docker and New Relic.
The Kite app runs a deep learning model on users' local machines with every keystroke.
Expanding all parts of our stack, including editor plugins (Atom, VS Code, Vim, Sublime, and PyCharm), our webapp, client software, and devops.
Building new product experiences to integrate our advanced ML completions into developers' workflows
Creating cross-platform desktop software on Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Our culture is based on mutual respect. There is palpable respect among colleagues as we work together to build a challenging product in a principled way. There is autonomy to think and be creative, as well as a culture of providing everyone with the resources to solve the problems they're working on. Decisions often feel communal and since we move/ship things quickly, we're able to clearly see the impact of our work. Our office is a focused and quiet environment with a good mix of collaboration and individual contribution.
We have a wonderful office at 3rd and Market with motorized sit/stand desks, aeron chairs, and Kites!
We head off twice a year somewhere in California for the weekend to reconnect with the team and nature. Past offsites include wine tasting in Paso Robles, hiking in Stinson Beach, and snowmobiling in Tahoe.
We provide medical, dental, and vision coverage.
Breakfast and dinner provided if you want it. We eat lunch together as a team every day.
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