ReadMe.io makes it incredibly easy to build on-brand and beautiful Developer Hubs, similar to developer.facebook.com. A Developer Hub is where developers can learn not just how, but also why they might want to use a particular API or code library.
Remember the first time you used Stripe or Twilio? Our mission is to bring a magical feeling of simplicity to even the most onerous of APIs and code libraries. Documentation is the interface we all use to interact with them, yet it is still stuck in the dark ages.
Why join us?
We just raised a round of funding from Accel, and are going to grow quickly!
You'll be able to change how fellow developers work ever yday... 1,700 companies and millions of developers use us to use and grow their APIs.
Engineering at ReadMe
We're a small team, and everyone gets to do a bit of everything. Each engineer gets to own their own features, from start to finish.
We've recently launched a way for our customers to send API logs to us. So, we have millions of logs, and are working to use them to pull out insights and customize the documentation for each user based on what's going on in the logs.
Find ways to customize API documentation based on API logs that have been submitted
Create a two-way sync between ReadMe and GitHub so documentation can be backed up
Work on our open source API tools
Working at ReadMe
We're a small team with a huge reach! We get along really well, work hard, and share some really awesome experiences together.
Unlimited vacation, with a two-week minimum. And we do offsites 3+ times a year.
Lunch is provided every Tuesday and Thursday!
Employees get a gym stipend to stay healthy
We do offsites 3-4 times a year. Previous offsites include Tahoe, Austin, Boston, Chicago, San Diego, Napa and Thailand
We pay full healthcare
Work from Home
We do Work From Home Wednesdays every week!
We do a lot of fun team-bonding activities... especially escape rooms!
Every year we put on an awesome conference
Interested in this company?
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