We’re all about helping you find the coolest tech companies to work for in Austin. Whether you’ve been writing software for years or just graduated from a coding school and are looking for an entry level dev job, here are six jobs you can apply for today.
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Who they are: Founded in 2010 out of Stanford University, Main Street Hub's engineering team is on a mission to build the absolute best software in the local space. Main Street Hub uses its data and technology to effectively create and manage local business owners’ digital assets at scale.
Where you’d be: In a brand new office downtown at 600 Congress Avenue.
Experience you’ll need: At least eight years in software development, especially with frontend technologies. Even better if your wisdom is beyond your years.
Who they are: A full stack, custom dev shop celebrating 30 years in Austin.
Where you’d be: Northland Drive
Who they are: Cratejoy is a platform that powers subscription commerce. They’re also a Y Combinator and Capital Factory company.
Where you’d be: Right in the middle of downtown
Who they are: Sprinklr makes enterprise social technology, purpose-built for global brands to drive business outcomes and manage customer experiences across all touchpoints.
Where you’d be: Right in the middle of downtown, on Congress.
Skills you’ll need: BA/BS degree in Computer Science or a related field, knowledge of AWS cloud services and fluency in at least two of the following languages: Python, Ruby, Java and Perl.
Who they are: The Rackspace Datastores team is seeking experienced Software Developers who will join the team responsible for designing and developing the Object Rocket MySQL, MongoDb, Elasticsearch and Redis software products which are large-scale cloud data base services. You will work in a dynamic team environment to develop high quality releases. Passion for software development and quality is a must!
Where you’d be: Downtown, on 6th Street
Experience you’ll need: Bachelor’s degree plus five years of related work experience.
Who they are: SocialCare is the first-ever government certified electronic health platform with social networking features, which connect doctors, patients, care teams, pharmacies, ancillary healthcare providers and even extended care teams such as fitness and diet care.
Where you’d be: North Mopac at Far West Boulevard
Experience you’ll need: At least five years experience in testing enterprise software applications and/or web sites and two to five years testing SaaS web applications, plus experience in scripting languages (Python, Ruby, Powershell, Bash) and some experience with high-level languages like Java and C#.