Who We Are:
Neverware's flagship product, CloudReady, reimagines the desktop operating system by prioritizing security, manageability, & of course, performance-whether your computer is brand new or 10 years old. With CloudReady, schools & enterprise organizations alike can maximize their IT investments by transforming their existing fleets of PCs & Macs into simple, secure, & fast machines that provide the same user experience & management as Chromebooks. As covered by media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal
, CloudReady is disrupting the way organizations think about hardware refreshes while enabling affordable, secure access to modern technology. A VC-backed organization, Neverware's investors include Khosla Ventures, General Catalyst, & Rethink Education. Our partners include Google, Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, Samsung, & more.
Who You Are
You're an engineer who has some years under your belt, & wants to work on a unique product built on open source technology. Maybe you want to be a part of a small & dedicated team that makes great products users actually want. Maybe you want the freedom to implement features the way you think they should be built. Or maybe you've just always wanted to professionally develop & ship a Linux operating system. Above all you're an enthusiastic engineer who loves making great products & solving problems.
As a Software Engineer at Neverware, you'll be working on our engineering team to continue to develop great products & deliver them to customers who need them. From day one you'll begin to work on & refactor existing features, in addition to architecting & building new ones. You'll be primarily developing in C++ & Python, & working with a large amount of open source code.You
can expect to:
Have general autonomy when architecting & implementing new features
Write code that gets shipped out to customers & updated at regular intervals
Have a voice & a vote during technical discussions
Have a flexible schedule to get your code written
Experience with C++
Experience with Python
Experience with Linux operating systems
Experience with the Chromium Browser and/or Chromium OS source code
Experience with AWS