So, we all agree that building a website sucks. Even the hottest platforms like Webflow are just replacing existing behaviors with new UI. We’re looking for a team member who is asking why? Why does creating online have to suck? Someone who knows the future of the internet looks vastly different and wants to be a part of making it that way.
The.com is looking for an engineering rebel. We are hungry to add an expert engineer who is obsessed with the newest and best technology, with learning and improving and obsessed with creating a world-changing product. If you’re developing at the highest levels and want to change the world (and not in a corny way) The.com is your next career stop.
Senior Staff Engineer Los Angeles, CA, United States, New York, NY, United States, San Francisco, CA, United States, or Remote
Why join us?
Just closed a large seed round from top SV funds
Growing 10-20% a month revenue and user growth
Platform with unique and challenging technical problems. From complex state management to serverless jamstack architecture.
Engineering at The.com
Our engineering team operates unilaterally. We do daily standup meetings to discuss each devs goals for that day and achievements from the day before. During standup, we offer open Q & A for the founders and sometimes demos where each engineer can show off the work they've completed. Engineers typically work with a designer and any other interested parties to spec a feature, then work on the feature individually. We use Pull Requests on GitHub to conduct code reviews. All engineers review other PRs. We push to production on Mondays and do all testing on Friday.
The.com has many interesting technical challenges. We are a serverless platform deploying static sites that can be hydrated to allow for dynamic content. The platform is also using advanced state management & complex rendering to preview sites for users in real time behind the editor. We also have many interesting challenges around browser-side rendering and dns routing.
Work on server-side rendering to create a seamless async between The.com sheets and Zapier
Directing the engineering team on business objectives brought in by real customer feedback.
Potentially building out the iOS app from scratch
Working at The.com
We value a scrappy, resourceful attitude towards work. We love it when people go out of their way to make our product better.
At The.com we believe that if you're good at what you do and fit in with our culture that is all that matters. To date, we have had a very diverse team working on the product. We support and employ a diverse team and lgbtq+ community.
The.com strives to have daily Q & A with the founders where all questions are welcome. The founding team supports all feedback and works hard to implement that into the culture. We also have a transparent suggestion box!
The.com has some cool company perks. Including a free masterclass membership and stipend for other online classes. We want people to learn and get better at their craft or learn new crafts! We also offer Peloton memberships with a bike bonus after 2 years!
As part of our commitment to an inclusive workplace, we are happy to offer prospective engineers the chance to connect with our engineering employees who come from underrepresented backgrounds. It’s a way to get a better sense of our team and what it might be like to work with us.
If you’re interested in connecting with our team, be sure to bring this up during one of our introductory calls!
The.com has an unlimited vacation policy (mandatory 2-week minimum).
Anyone working from the offices get's free lunch, snacks, unlimited coffee and tea!
Free peloton or apple fitness+ membership.
Very pet freindly. Bringing in your dog is highly encouraged!
Top tier health, vision, dental, and life insurance
We encourage our engineers to attend external workshops and conferences by providing stipends each month. We think it's important for our engineers to learn about new technologies and keep themselves up to date.
Work from Home
We believe creativity happens when working together and in person. But we also understand the productivity of working from home. So we have a come and go as you please policy.
Most of our engineers are in the office from 930AM until 5 or 6PM, but we don't have any hard rules around this. If you need a work-from-home day, feel free to take one! As long as you are getting your 8 hours in a day feel free to work them on your schedule! We just require you to be on the daily standup at 930am PST
Our previous lead developer who built the majority of our current version is LGBTQ
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