Full Stack Developer

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What We're Looking For

We're looking for the best developers on planet earth to help us build something remarkable.

We're heavily biased (positively) toward engineers who have spent 2+ years at software product companies.

We're open to folks who don't have a traditional CS background, but if you want an engineering job here and you didn't study CS, you should be one of those "I didn't major in it but I've been writing code forever" type of people.

The tech stack is MySQL, DynamoDB, a bunch of the Amazon web services, Python, Django, JQuery, SCSS, Gulp, Node, Handlebars.

A bit about us

  • Crayon HQ is at WeWork South Station in Boston.
  • We aspire to make millions of customers happy and generate billions of dollars in enterprise value in the process.
  • We are product-driven and customer-driven. We care a lot about building a great product and we care a lot about creating massive value for customers.
  • We believe marketing & sales teams can get massive leverage by systematically ingesting data from their external environment and mining that data for actionable intel. That might not be obvious today, but we believe it will be obvious in a decade.
  • We only hire awesom-azing people.
  • We are passionately opposed to politics, bureaucracy and bs.
  • We have a no jerks policy.
  • We get free snacks & beer & stuff like that, we do happy hours and events, but that's not why we work here.
  • We get high fives any time we want them... we laugh, we cry, we have fun.
  • We're venture backed. We've partnered with some of the best investors in the world.
  • Crayon tracks over 100 million pages across millions of companies, and surfaces actionable intel for sales & marketing teams. If you want to learn more, go sign up or check out our about page.

Full Stack Developer

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