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Senior Developer Advocate

DevRel team
Type of work
San Francisco, USA or Remote, USA

At Cube Dev, we are building the API layer for data apps.

We are focused on developer success, bottom-up adoption, and open source. Cube, our flagship open-source product, has 12,000 stars on GitHub and 4,000 developers in the community Slack. Cube is used by companies ranging from Apple, Intel, and Walmart to fast-growing Silicon Valley startups.

Currently, we are a 30-person remote-first team distributed over the US, UK, and Europe with an HQ in San Francisco. Having raised our Series A in July 2021, we're funded by top-tier Silicon Valley venture funds that have previously invested in Redis, Hazelcast, Gradle, and other infrastructure software startups.

Cube is used to build APIs over up to trillion data point datasets in regular databases (e.g., Postgres or MongoDB) and data warehouses (e.g., Google BigQuery or Snowflake). Such APIs serve requests with sub-second latency and high concurrency, allowing developers to build performant internal and customer-facing apps.

We want to make sure that every developer building data apps knows about Cube and grow Cube audience from thousands to millions of developers and companies. That's why we're seeking a Senior Developer Advocate to join our Developer Relations team.

In this role you will

  • Contribute to Cube adoption and growth
  • Be the voice of Cube developer community inside the team
  • Create engaging and highly technical content (tutorials, blog posts, code examples, etc.)
  • Speak at online and offline events

The ideal candidate has previous experience in developer advocacy with a track record of content creation and public speaking. Fluency in JavaScript and SQL is desirable, exposure to databases and front-end frameworks is a plus.

We work remotely, provide unlimited PTO, and offer stock options.

To apply, please send an email to Igor Lukanin or use the form below.

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