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12 of the Top Engineering Teams in the Tech Industry

We are ending the year on a strong note by taking a look back at some of the top engineering teams that we got to learn more about through our Engineering Spotlight and Inside: Engineering series.

Each spotlight gives you an inside look at the company's technical stack, the complexity of problems the engineers get to solve, the team's culture, what to expect for an interview and more.

Below is a list of the companies we've featured, along with a couple of snippets from their Engineering Spotlight or their "Inside:" video feature. 


LeanIX Company Culture

LeanIX

Can you share a summary on what LeanIX does?

"LeanIX helps companies make faster data driven decisions in their IT landscape with innovative tech, focused on Customer Success."

What is the culture like at LeanIX for the engineering team? 

"Collaboration is practically a workflow at LeanIX. I know there will be some moment in the day that a message will come from either inside or outside of engineering. You can always reach out to a coworker and ask about anything really."

Check out the full article    View leanix's Open Jobs 


Quick Base

Interview with Galen Rodgers, Director, Enterprise Sales at Quick Base. During this interview, we discuss Quick Base and the details on its platform, an inside look at Quick Base's sales organization, hiring and what to expect during the interview process, the culture at Quick Base, And more.

View quick base's Open Jobs 


LinkSquares Company Culture

LinkSquares

Can you share a summary on what LinkSquares does?

"LinkSquares helps legal, finance, sales and marketing teams work smarter across the entire contract management lifecycle. The AI-powered contract lifecycle management platform provides end-to-end support -- beginning with pre-signature contract drafting and approvals, all the way to surfacing key insights and analytics into executed contracts. LinkSquares saves companies hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars by eliminating manual contract review and reducing the need for outside counsel."

What can a potential employee expect during the interview process?

"We are hiring here at LinkSquares! We're going to spend our Series A money on hiring good people to do challenging, interesting work. We’re looking at technical fit and culture fit, based on the four aspects of our culture I mentioned previously. At the same time, we know that you’re also interviewing us. We’ll give you as much time as you need to ask questions about LinkSquares. It’s important for us to know that you’re walking away from the interview with everything you need to make a decision about us. During the interview process, you’ll meet several members of our engineering and product teams. In our current environment, this is all remote over a Zoom or Google Meet session."

Check out the full article    View linksquares' Open Jobs 


CrossBorder Solutions

Interview with Jason Melo, Chief Technology Officer at CrossBorder Solutions. During this video interview, we discuss what CrossBorder Solutions is doing and real-world use cases, the history and evolution of the company, all of the details on their engineering team, the culture at CrossBorder Solutions, And more.

View crossborder solutions' Open Jobs 


Motional Company Culture

Motional

Can you share a summary on what Motional does?

"Motional is building robo-taxis to provide safe, reliable and accessible options for transportation. The Rulebooks team, which I am a part of, specifies and assesses the behavior of our autonomous vehicle. We translate potentially vague or conflicting traffic laws and other, sometimes vague, notions of what constitutes good driving into formal rules that our vehicle needs to take into account when driving. We also provide quantitative metrics to score our driving, like the examiner at your driving test!"

What is the culture like at Motional for the engineering team?

"I believe that the culture is very engaging. People who work here are not only really good at what they do on a technical level, they also are very benevolent, and it feels like we’re all trying to figure out together this problem that no company has managed to solve yet."

Check out the full article    View motional's Open Jobs 


LeanIX Company Culture

LeanIX

Can you share a summary on what LeanIX does?

"LeanIX helps companies make faster data driven decisions in their IT landscape with innovative tech, focused on Customer Success."

What is the culture like at LeanIX for the engineering team? 

"Collaboration is practically a workflow at LeanIX. I know there will be some moment in the day that a message will come from either inside or outside of engineering. You can always reach out to a coworker and ask about anything really."

Check out the full article    View leanix's Open Jobs 


Vistaprint

Interview with Maarten Wensveen, EVP & Chief Technology Officer at Vistaprint. During this video interview, we discuss who Vistaprint is and what they are doing, all of the details on their engineering team, what to expect during the interview process, the culture at Vistaprint, and more.

View vistaprint's Open Jobs 


CyberArk

Interview with Brian Kelly, Head of Conjur Engineering at CyberArk. During this video interview, we discuss who CyberArk is and what they are doing, Brians experience prior to joining the company, all of the details on their engineering team, the size of the company and history, what to expect during the interview process, the culture at CyberArk, And more.

View cyberark's Open Jobs 


Seismic

Interview with Isaac Cambron, Vice President, Engineering at Seismic. During this video interview, we discuss who Seismic is and what they are doing, Isaac's experience prior to joining the company, all of the details on their engineering team, what to expect during the interview process, the culture at Seismic, and more.

View seismic's Open Jobs 


Tulip

Interview with Mason Glidden, Head of Engineering at Tulip. During this video interview, we discuss who Tulip is and what they are doing, all about their engineering team, what to expect during the interview process, why now is the ideal time to join Tulip, and more.

View tulip's Open Jobs 


SS&C Intralinks

Interview with Rossen Dimitrov, CTO, SVP Engineering at SS&C Intralinks. During this video interview, we discuss who SS&C Intralinks is and what they are doing, Rossen's experience prior to joining the company, all of the details on their engineering team, how they evaluate talent to join the team, the culture at Intralinks, and more.

View ss&c intralinks' Open Jobs 


CareAcademy

Interview with Yvan Castilloux, Chief Technology Officer at CareAcademy. During this video interview, we discuss who CareAcademy is and what they are doing, all of the details on their engineering team, what to expect during the interview process, the culture at CareAcademy, why now is the ideal time to join, and more.

View careacademy's Open Jobs 


Namely

Interview with Dan Certner, SVP of Engineering at Namely. During this video interview, Dan discusses who Namely is and what they are doing, all of the details on their engineering team, what to expect during the interview process, the culture at Namely, why now is the ideal time to join, and more.

View namely's Open Jobs 

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Inside: Engineering at CrossBorder Solutions

CrossBorder Solutions is the global leader in technology-driven tax solutions. From their groundbreaking cloud-based software platform, they have created Fiona – the world’s most advanced AI tax and transfer pricing expert.

I interviewed Jason Melo, Chief Technology Officer at CrossBorder Solutions, to give you an inside look at the company's Engineering organization. During this interview we discuss who CrossBorder Solutions is and what they are doing, everything you could want to know about engineering at CrossBorder Solutions, hiring, culture, and lots more.

If you are interested in exploring opportunities at CrossBorder Solutions, you can check out all their jobs openings on the right side of this page.


Keith Cline is the Founder of VentureFizz. Follow him on Twitter: @kcline6.

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16 of the Top Engineering Teams in the Tech Industry

We took a look back over the past calendar year at some of the most impressive engineering teams that we got to learn more about through our Engineering Spotlight and Inside: Engineering series.

Each spotlight gives you an inside look at the company's technical stack, the complexity of problems the engineers get to solve, the team's culture, what to expect for an interview and more.

Below is a list of the companies we've featured so far this year along with a couple of snippets from their Engineering Spotlight or their "Inside:" video feature. 


Examity Company Culture

Examity

Can you share a summary on what Examity does?

"Examity is an online proctoring solution helping universities and other businesses ensure the integrity of online exams. We use video technology and artificial intelligence to keep tests secure and help schools and testing providers prevent cheating before it happens."

What can a potential employee expect during the interview process?

"Interviews at Examity will dig into how you think about solving problems.  There is less focus on specific technologies or whiteboarding code that is syntactically perfect and more focus on how you think and work through challenges."

Check out the full article    View Examity's Open Jobs 


Inari

Through transformational plant breeding technology, Inari is creating a new horizon in agriculture that is more predictive, efficient, affordable, inclusive, and respectful of the environment. I interviewed Alex Frieden, Senior Manager, Engineering at Inari, to give you an inside look at the company's Engineering organization.

View Inari's Open Jobs 


Catapult Company Culture

Catapult

Can you share a summary on what Catapult Sports does?

Catapult is the world leader in sports performance technology, working with over 3000 teams in 39 sports around the world. Catapult provides wearable technology, video analysis, and athlete management software to improve the performance of athletes and teams. 

Does your engineering team have a chance to work on projects outside of their day-to-day responsibilities? 

"Yes, our engineers have the opportunity to take on initiatives that are interesting to them and that have an impact on our customers outside of their day to day responsibilities.  We do brown bag sessions where engineers get to share some of these interesting projects that they have worked on with the wider organization. Our engineers use quite a few open source solutions and we regularly contribute back to the open source community."

Check out the full article    View Catapult's Open Jobs 


Neurala

Neurala is the company behind The Neurala Brain—deep learning neural network software for smart products like cameras, robots, drones, toys and cars. I interviewed Vesa Tormanen, VP of Engineering at Neurala, to give you an inside look at the company's Engineering organization.

View Neurala's Open Jobs 


PatientPing Company Culture

PatientPing

Can you share a summary on what PatientPing does?

"PatientPing is a Boston-based care collaboration platform that reduces the cost of healthcare and improves patient outcomes by seamlessly connecting providers to coordinate patient care. The platform enables providers to collaborate on shared patients through a comprehensive suite of solutions and allows provider organizations, health plans, governments, individuals and the organizations supporting them to leverage this real-time data to reach their shared goals of improving the efficiency of our healthcare system."

What can a potential employee expect during the interview process?

"Technical screening via a take home exercise, lots of engaging technical conversations and problem solving with a team of interested and transparent engineers and potential teammates."

Check out the full article    View PatientPing's Open Jobs 


SimpliSafe

At SimpliSafe, we’re disrupting the home security industry. Home security is a need, not a want—and it’s our mission to make this right accessible to everyone. I interviewed Heath Marvin, Senior Engineering Manager at SimpliSafe, to give you an inside look at the company's Engineering organization.

View Simplisafe's Open Jobs 


Mimecast Company Culture

Mimecast

Can you share a summary on what Mimecast does?

"At Mimecast we are in the cybersecurity business and our mission is to protect our customers and their data from an ever-evolving threat landscape. We operate our own global cloud that powers all of Mimecast’s products which includes secure email gateway, archiving and secure web gateway."

What is the culture like at Mimecast for the engineering team? 

"We have a very open and collaborative culture at Mimecast. Our engineering team has scaled over the years as a result of our product success, but we are working hard to retain the small company feel for our engineers to allow them to be as innovative and productive as possible. Not to forget a healthy dose of fun and quirkiness."

Check out the full article    View Mimecast's Open Jobs 


HqO

HqO’s tenant experience solutions scale across portfolios – fast. Their platform and data help commercial real estate firms adapt to evolving markets, maximize asset value, and modernize tenant experiences. I interviewed Dr. Jim Butler, Chief Technology Officer at HqO, to give you an inside look at the company's engineering organization.

View HqO's Open Jobs 


Cogito Company Culture

Cogito

Can you share a summary on what Cogito does?

"Cogito helps contact agent’s interactions with their customers to be more successful by helping the agent show confidence, connect emotionally and avoid misunderstandings in their communications. Although contact agents do a great job, Cogito’s technology helps smooth out the natural variability each agent experiences within a shift or across shifts for example if they’re just having a rough day for any number reasons."

What are some of the different technologies that the engineering team gets to work with and at what scale?

"We have the opportunity to work with many current technologies and languages.  We are focused on cloud native solutions, working extensively with AWS.  That work includes traditional services such as EC2, S3, ECS, and EKS but also more recently featured services such as SAM and Step Functions.  Most engineers work across broad portions of the full stack and regularly use languages, tools, and frameworks such as Java, React, Python, C++, Go, Gradle, Groovy, Spring Boot, Puppet, Ansible, Terraform, Docker, Kubernetes, Helm, Binnacle, and Jenkins."

Check out the full article    View Cogito's Open Jobs 


ARIA Cybersecurity Solutions

ARIA Cybersecurity took a different path when developing our threat detection and response solutions. Unlike other providers, they start inside the network to generate complete enterprise-wide traffic visibility. I interviewed Jeremy Walters, Director Integration / SQA Test, and Marc Burke, Software Development Manager, of ARIA Cybersecurity Solutions to give you an inside look at the company's Engineering organization.

View ARIA Cybersecurity Solutions' Open Jobs 


DraftKings Company Culture

DraftKings

Can you share a summary on what Draftkings does?

"DraftKings (DKNG) is a digital sports entertainment and gaming company. At DraftKings, we believe life is more exciting with skin in the game. For that reason, we are committed to responsibly creating the world’s favorite games and betting experiences. Our two main products are DraftKings’ Sportsbook and Daily Fantasy Sports. Currently our mobile Sportsbook product is available in New Jersey, West Virginia, Indiana, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Iowa, and Colorado with more to come, pursuant to state regulations. Headquartered in Boston, MA, with offices around the globe, DraftKings will continue to define what it means to be a technology company in sports entertainment."

What can a potential employee expect during the interview process?

"Before coming onsite (or doing a half day virtual interview), engineering candidates typically go through an online coding exercise on HackerRank, and then later spend an hour with an engineer remotely solving a coding problem. From there, successful candidates will be invited to spend a few hours on a range of problems depending on the role, such as Object Oriented Design or System Design, and talking through previous experience among potential colleagues. "

Check out the full article    View DraftKings' Open Jobs 


Acquia

Acquia is driving the open-source revolution as the leading provider of cloud-based digital experience management solutions. I interviewed John Mandel, Head of Engineering at Acquia, to give you an inside look at the company's Engineering organization.

View Acquia's Open Jobs 


Dawn Foods Company Culture

Dawn Foods

Can you share a summary on what Dawn Foods does?

"Global bakery manufacturer and ingredients supplier Dawn Foods has established itself as the premier bakery service provider, inspiring bakery success every day. Committed to delighting its customers around the world, Dawn Foods delivers the partnership, insights, innovations, products and bakery expertise that empowers them to achieve their aspirations. Headquartered in Jackson, Michigan, Dawn Foods partners with more than 40,000 artisanal and retail bakers, food service leaders and manufacturers located in more than 100 countries and has 5,000 Team Members globally. For 100 years, Dawn Foods has been a trusted advisor to its customers, helping drive their business forward."

What are some of the different technologies that the engineering team gets to work with and at what scale?

"We’re building a greenfield online ordering platform based on modern architecture stack with headless leading the way. The decoupled front-end from the back-end brings a significant advantage to developers and business users alike. Most of the front-end is built on ReactJS and the back-end is built on Java Springboot. This microservices architecture leveraging BFF design pattern allows the site to scale without sacrificing performance."

Check out the full article    View Dawn Foods' Open Jobs 


edX Company Culture

edX

Can you share a summary on what edx does?

"edX is a learning platform founded by Harvard and MIT that provides MOOCs (massive, open, online courses) and online degrees to learners around the world. Today our platform hosts thousands of courses from reputable learning institutions on a global scale. Our engineering team is focused on improving and maintaining the platform while our partners provide the content. Our mission is to provide access to education to learners across the world."

What can a potential employee expect during the interview process?

"We have a standard technical interview process that is made up of both technical questions and non-technical, behavioral questions. We like whiteboarding for our technical questions and we try to mix it up with some other types of questions as well. Given the recent move to remote interviews, we’ve been utilizing interactive solutions like Coderpad, Google Hangouts, Zoom, and Mural."

Check out the full article    View edx's Open Jobs 


Intersections Company Culture

Intersection

Can you share a summary on what Intersection does?

"Intersection is at the forefront of the smart cities revolution, which exists to improve daily life in cities and public spaces through content, services, and advertising. Our products reach millions in engaging and relevant ways as we lead in media technology and OOH industry, bringing digital and physical worlds together in urban environments."

Does your Engineering team have a chance to work on projects outside of their day-to-day responsibilities? 

"Yes, engineers have the chance to work on projects outside our sprint work. We are regularly invited to attend conferences (e.g. Dash (hosted by Datadog)). Every year during Intersection Gives Back Day, engineers volunteer their time to visit non-profit bootcamps for underrepresented populations to conduct mock interviews, coding challenges, and offer constructive feedback and support. We set aside 10% time for engineers to explore new, creative projects and ideas that can benefit them, the team, and the company. This could range from anything educational, taking courses to pursuing creative passions that can support and benefit our personal, professional, and career growth."

Check out the full article    View Intersection's Open Jobs 


JRNI Company Culture

JRNI

Can you share a summary on what JRNI does?

"The Company: JRNI provides a SaaS-based service to our customers that centers around scheduling and workforce management. We take complex, multi-dimensional datasets that relate to people, resources, locations and availability; and process them (in real-time) into simplified views of availability. These are then used to manage services, appointments, events, queues and calendars for our customers and to allow end-users to schedule the use of these services or appointments."

What is the culture like at JRNI for the engineering team? 

"A JRNI engineer is typically a ‘T-Shaped person’ with a range of knowledge and experience that means they are able to work alongside all technical roles in the company; providing insight and assistance to teams ranging from Development and implementation, through to sales and support. Being an engineer at JRNI is a vastly rewarding and social job, often the first port of call for people within JRNI who are looking for a solution, and has great visibility of the wider business goals. 

Within the team, a flat structure and bottom up management style is adopted. While the team leads will always hold a final decision, the whole team is always invited to fully explore ideas and contribute to everything that is going on within the department. Many additions to the team roadmap come from team discussion and retrospective."

Check out the full article    View JRNI's Open Jobs 

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Inside: Engineering at HqO

HqO’s tenant experience solutions scale across portfolios – fast. Their platform and data help commercial real estate firms adapt to evolving markets, maximize asset value, and modernize tenant experiences.

I interviewed Dr. Jim Butler, Chief Technology Officer at HqO, to give you an inside look at the company's engineering organization. During this interview, we discuss what HqO does, everything you could want to know about the engineering team, hiring, culture, and lots more.

If you are interested in exploring opportunities at HqO, you can check out all their job openings on the right side of this page.


Keith Cline is the Founder of VentureFizz. Follow him on Twitter: @kcline6.

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16 of the Most Impressive Engineering Teams in Boston Tech

We take a look back over the past sixth months at some of the most impressive engineering teams that we got to learn more about through our Engineering Spotlight and Inside: Engineering series.

Each spotlight gives you an inside look at the company's technical stack, the complexity of problems the engineers get to solve, the team's culture, what to expect for an interview and more.

Below is a list of the companies we've featured so far this year along with a couple of snippets from their Engineering Spotlight or their "Inside:" video feature. 


Vecna Robotics Company Culture

Vecna Robotics

Can you share a summary on what Vecna Robotics does?

"Vecna Robotics provides automation solutions for large applications in the supply chain industry. This includes self-driving vehicles (like tuggers and pallet jacks designed to move materials autonomously), and AI software that autonomously orchestrates all moving parts of a workflow in a facility (whether warehousing, manufacturing, or other types of operation). Our products are specifically designed to work well with other technologies to adapt to the future of an increasingly robotic world."

What can a potential employee expect during the interview process?

"We definitely question candidates from a technical perspective, but we also ask about who they are as a person and what they’re interested in. We particularly look for people that have a high level of enthusiasm about the things we’re doing, and whether they’ve personally pursued projects related to robotics."

Check out the full article    View Vecna Robotic's Open Jobs 


Pluralsight

I interviewed James Aylward, SVP & Head of Learner at Pluralsight, to learn more about this publicly traded SaaS company for business & learners. During this interview, we discuss James' background, what Pluralsight does, what the team is working on in Boston, growth plans, and more.

View Pluralsight's Open Jobs 


Devoted Health Company Culture

Devoted Health

Can you share a summary on what Devoted Health does?   

"Devoted Health is a technology-enabled healthcare plan in the Medicare Advantage space. Our mission is to treat our members like they are family by providing them with high quality, affordable health plans, and clinical services."

What are some of the different technologies that the engineering team gets to work with and at what scale? 

"Our north star is not a specific technology, but rather the goal of continually increasing the leverage of every member of the team. We’re currently building with Go, PostgreSQL, gRPC, GraphQL, React, TypeScript, Terraform, and AWS."

Check out the full article    View Devoted Health's Open Jobs 


Kyruus

I interviewed Chris Gervais, CTO and CSO at Kyruus, to give you an inside look at the company's engineering organization. During this interview, we discuss Chris's background, what Kyruus does, hiring plans, and lots more.

View Kyruus' Open Jobs 


Dell Boomi Company Culture

Dell Boomi

Can you share a summary on what Dell Boomi does?

"Dell Boomi accelerates business outcome by building software components that integrate application and data across data silos, on-premise, cloud applications, and devices."

What is the culture like at Dell Boomi for the engineering team? 

"Dell Boomi has a vibe of a startup, but the financial backing of a big company. Engineering culture is both innovative and pragmatic at the same time. We work hard but also pay attention to work-life balance and individual growth. We have weekly lunch and learns and lab days to explore new technologies and innovate."

 check out the full article 


Virgin Pulse

I interviewed Steve Shi, SVP of Engineering at Virgin Pulse, to give you an inside look at the company's engineering organization. During this interview, we discuss Steve's background, what Virgin Pulse does, everything you could want to know about engineering at Virgin Pulse, and lots more.

View Virgin Pulse's Open Jobs 


Dispatch Boston Company Culture

Dispatch

What are some of the different technologies that the engineering team gets to work with and at what scale?

"At Dispatch, our mobile apps are made in React Native, which allows us to write code once and release to both Android and iPhone users! We run a lot of microservices in our backend using a mix of Docker and Cloud-native functions, mainly written in Golang."

What can a potential employee expect during the interview process?

"We try to get a sense of whether new employees can hit the ground running and the types of projects that stir their creativity. Expect an interviewer to ask about your previous experiences and probe into what kinds of tools you used to solve problems."

Check out the full article    View Dispatch's Open Jobs 


BCG Omnia

I interviewed Anthony Dickerson, Senior Technical Program Manager at BCG Omnia, to give you an inside look at the company's product and engineering organizations. We discussed Anthony's background, BCG Omnia, how the product organization is structured, and more.

View BCG Omnia's Open Jobs 


PrismHR Company Culture

PrismHR

Can you share a summary on what PrismHR does?

"PrismHR develops a software platform for HR outsourcers that enables them to deliver HR services, benefits, and payroll to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) across the United States. More than 88,000 organizations and 2.2 million worksite employees use our software, and over $57 billion in payroll is processed every year with it. We work with local customers like GenesisHR Solutions and Resource Management Inc. (RMI), as well as national companies such as Paychex, via its acquisition of Oasis, which has been a client for nearly two decades."

What can a potential employee expect during the interview process?

"Interviewees get a lot of exposure to folks they’ll interact with cross-functionally, in addition to team members who are embedded within the project team. We do deep dives into both technical ability and expertise in specific technologies. For some roles, we might test with coding questions."

"Perhaps most importantly, we try the best we possibly can to make sure that the candidate is the right cultural fit. We take pride in our work environment and in how well our teams across the company work together so fit is really paramount. We spend a lot of time at work and it’s important to have a good environment."

Check out the full article    View PRismhr's Open Jobs 


Fitbit

I interviewed Steve Decker, Test Manager in Device Software at Fitbit, to give you an inside look at the company's Boston organization. We discussed Steve's background, everything you'd want to know about Fitbit Boston, and more.

 


Asics Digital Company Culture

ASICS Digital

Can you share a summary on what ASICS Digital does?

"Our mission is simple: to get the whole world moving. We’ve created mobile fitness solutions like the Runkeeper and ASICS Studio apps, global e-commerce platforms, and other digital services that inspire people to get fit and stay healthy."

What are some of the different technologies that the engineering team gets to work with and at what scale?

"ASICS Digital is in charge of the eCommerce and mobile applications of ASICS worldwide and the products we develop are seen by millions of users around the world. From Boston to Tokyo, we are providing a digital experience for anyone with a pair of ASICS shoes. On our mobile side, our apps are largely written in Swift, Kotlin, and Java while on the commerce end, we use a blend of Salesforce, Commerce Cloud, and Mulesoft."

Check out the full article    View Asics Digital's Open Jobs 


Takeoff

I interviewed Zach Lavalley, Chief Technology Officer at Takeoff, to give you an inside look at the company's engineering organization. During this interview, we discuss Zach's background, what Takeoff does, everything you could want to know about engineering at Takeoff, and lots more.

View Takeoff's Open Jobs 


DUST Identity Company Culture

DUST Identity

Can you share a summary on what Dust Identity does?

"We link objects to their digital records -- securely.  We create unclonable security tags (think: physical barcodes, but way better) from nanoscale diamond particles and attach them to high value assets.  As these assets travel through a supply chain, key stakeholders validate them as they are tested, assembled, or deployed.  Each validation step gives the “5Ws” (who, what, where, when, why) and provides context to how the asset was used.  All of this information lives with a digital record that can only be “unlocked” by the unique fingerprint of our DUST (Diamond Unclonable Security Tags)."

What is the culture like at Dust Identity for the engineering team? 

"Largely, we are hackers and tinkerers at heart.  If something we get “just works”, that probably means we will disassemble it in short order.  We are also keen at building our own tools for a job when we realize that an off-the-shelf solution is elusive.  We strive for efficiency and automation and will try to “script” any repetitive task that a machine can do better than a human."

Check out the full article    View Dust identity's Open Jobs 


Zaius

I interviewed Rob McDonald, VP Engineering at Zaius, to give you an inside look at the company's Engineering organization. During this interview, we discuss Rob's background, what Zaius does, everything you could want to know about Engineering at Zaius, hiring, culture, and lots more.

View zaius' Open Jobs 


Bevi Company Culture

Bevi

What is the culture like at Bevi for the engineering team?

"We’re cross-functional and collaborative, and hold each other to a high standard. We have a flat organizational structure. We have a true culture of curiosity.  We’re inclusive, and team members bring their full (and fully hydrated!) self to work every day. We’re flexible and have good work-life balance, and we have fun. We love our product and we love that our customers love our product."

What can a candidate expect in interview?

"First off, transparency and the opportunity to learn every you want to know.  You’ll meet with our VP of Software, the Chief Architect, the Engineers on the team, and a Co-Founder.  You’ll do some pair coding (an easy problem), and engage in an architecture discussion about an applied issue we’re currently facing in our work."

Check out the full article    View Bevi's Open Jobs 


Chewy Company Culture

Chewy

Can you share a summary on what Chewy does?

"Chewy provides one-stop shopping for pet parents. Our focus is on providing the best customer experience from the quality of our products to the quality of our service. We want to be the most trusted source for all your pet needs."

What is the culture like at Chewy for the engineering team?

  • Very fast paced
  • We work very well together. We’re always learning from each other and easily helping one another when needed.
  • We succeed or fail together. This attitude makes flexibility and helpfulness a common occurrence.

Check out the full article    View Chewy's Open Jobs 

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Inside: Engineering at Stash

STASH is a digital-first financial services company committed to making saving and investing accessible to everyone.

I interviewed Cliff Hazelton, Chief Technology Officer at Stash, to give you an inside look at the company's Engineering organization. During this interview, we discuss Cliff's background, what Stash is doing, everything you could want to know about engineering at Stash, hiring, culture, and lots more.

If you are interested in exploring opportunities at Stash, you can check out all their jobs openings on the right side of this page.


Keith Cline is the Founder of VentureFizz. Follow him on Twitter: @kcline6.

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Inside: Product at Wellframe

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Wellframe helps healthcare organizations support every aspect of health beyond the four walls of care delivery. We provide care transformation services, a patented engagement platform, clinical programs that support the clinical and social determinants of health, and rigorous measurement.

I interviewed Morgan Beschle, Director of Product Management at Wellframe, to give you an inside look at the company's product organization. 

During this interview, we discuss Morgan's background, the details on Wellframe, how the product team operates, what they look for in terms of talent to join the product team, and more!

If you are interested in exploring opportunities at Wellframe, you can check out all their jobs openings on the right side of this page.


Keith Cline is the Founder of VentureFizz. Follow him on Twitter: @kcline6.

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Wellframe helps healthcare organizations support every aspect of health beyond the four walls of care delivery. 

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Inside: Engineering at Kyruus [Video]

Kyruus delivers industry-defining provider search and scheduling solutions that help health systems match patients with the right providers across their enterprise-wide access points.

I interviewed Chris Gervais, CTO and CSO at Kyruus, to give you an inside look at the company's engineering organization. During this interview, we discuss Chris's background, what Kyruus does, hiring plans, and lots more.

If you are interested in exploring opportunities at Kyruus, you can check out all their jobs openings on the right side of this page.


Keith Cline is the Founder of VentureFizz. Follow him on Twitter: @kcline6.

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Inside: Customer Success at MineralTree [Video]

MineralTree provides the easiest to use Accounts Payable (AP) and Payment Automation solutions for finance professionals at middle market enterprises.

I interviewed Joseph Fortini, Vice President of Customer Success at MineralTree, to give you an inside look at the company's customer success organization.

During this interview, we discuss Joseph's background, what MineralTree does, how the company's customer success function operates, how he evaluates talent, and more.

If you are interested in exploring opportunities at MineralTree, you can check out all their jobs openings on the righthand sidebar.


Keith Cline is the Founder of VentureFizz. Follow him on Twitter: @kcline6.

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Inside: Sales at Rapid7 [Video]

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Rapid7 is a publicly traded company and an anchor of the Boston tech scene and its massive cluster of cybersecurity companies.

I interviewed Lauren Lynch, Director of Sales at Rapid7 to give you an inside look at the company's sales organization.

During this interview, we discuss Lauren's background & rapid ascent at Rapid7, the details on the company, their sales organization & its structure, hiring plans and what to expect throughout the interview process, plus their culture.

Do you like what you hear? Click here for a list of job openings at Rapid7.


Keith Cline is the Founder of VentureFizz. Follow him on Twitter: @kcline6.

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With Rapid7 technology, services, and research, organizations around the globe can break down barriers, accelerate innovation, and securely advance.

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