As developers we work incredibly faster than ten years ago, with each of us dealing with a wider perimeter than before. These superpowers are given to us by integrated build tools, streamlined infrastructure platforms and powerful SaaS APIs (payment, AI, emailing - to name a few).
We use all these incredibly smart tools yet when it comes to managing development we’re down to the wire: manually updating tickets/issues, manually reporting on progress, manually investigating why a PR is not moving forward. It costs time and generates frustration.
Keypup helps development teams level up their game, using data-driven engineering.
Our platform leverages activity data (GitHub, JIRA etc) to analyze, segment and contextualize work items. These enriched data are then consolidated into activity reports to help the team visualize their progress and identify their risk, priorities and actions.
Keypup just secured seed funding led by Newfund Capital, a prominent French-American Venture Capitalist.
We are looking for passionate engineers to work on expanding our data processing flows, reporting algorithms and API capabilities.
If working on core processing logic and microservice architectures gets you excited, this is the right opportunity.
Build great features: Keypup is built for developers...so it's built for you. As a developer you will closely work with marketing and product to build features that you would like to use.
Take ownership of backend flows: Our platform is made of many components talking to each other via API or pub/sub. As a backend engineer you will have the opportunity to drive the implementation of new platform capabilities across all major areas of the platform:
Make it scalable & resilient: Our platform is cloud-native and serverless - so it's fairly robust infrastructure wise. But that's not all. Scalability and resiliency come from great architectures and well-thought implementations. Yep, I'm looking at you right now ;)
Improve our engineering standards: We hate manual processes. Do you have ideas on how to automate things and improve our dev process? We love you already.
Help the community: Sharing is caring...and we care a lot about the dev community. On top of development activities we also ask engineers to help the dev community on Reddit, Indie Hackers etc...and publish tech articles every month.
Keypup is a serverless and microservice architecture, which relies on the following technologies:
Our philosophy is also to delegate non-core functionalities to specialized SaaS companies. Therefore by extension our stack also includes Mailgun (emailing), Stripe (payment), New Relic (monitoring), Intercom (customer management), Hotjar (UX analysis) and Webflow (marketing website) and more to come.
Here are a few things which you may love:
As an engineer you must:
As an individual you must be:
The recruitment process is composed of four steps. We can go as quickly as five days or slow the pace based on your schedule ;)