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By Lane Wagner on May 31, 2023

We’re building the most fun, effective, and in-depth learning experience for aspiring backend developers. We’re a small team of developers who love to make the process of learning as fun and hands-on as it can be.

๐Ÿ”— Our tech stack

  • Backend: Go, Docker, k8s, Postgres, GCP, Pub/Sub
  • Frontend: Vue 3, TypeScript, Tailwind, Pinia, Vite, Netlify
  • Blog: Hugo, Tailwind, Netlify

๐Ÿ”— Who you are

We don’t know you yet, but if you’re going to enjoy working with us, you’ll probably have some of the following traits:

  • You’re a skilled developer who loves to teach and share your knowledge with others
  • You like to hang out in Discord and chat with other developers
  • You enjoy working remotely most of the time
  • You like to build with the latest technologies and aren’t afraid to learn new things
  • You get stuff done when no one is looking
  • You relentlessly ship code that you’re proud of
  • You’re a good writer and can explain complex topics in simple terms
  • You love video games. Bonus points for DotA, Starcraft, World of Warcraft and Age of Empires
  • You love a good fantasy story. Bonus points for Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, and The Stormlight Archive

๐Ÿ”— Open positions

Sorry, we don’t have any openings at the moment!

๐Ÿ”— How to apply

If you’re interested in any of the positions listed above, please send an email to hello at boot .dev with your resume and a personal note about why you’re interested in working with us.

๐Ÿ”— Other stuff to know

  • was originally a side project, but we’re now a full-time team of 2. We’re looking for the 3rd member of our team.
  • We raised $330,000 dollars from an angel investor, but are now profitable.
  • Most of that money is still in the bank and we don’t have plans to raise more money. We want to grow responsibly and build a sustainable business that provides value to our students.
  • We like to play. We play video games, magic the gathering, eat together when possible and even take trips together when we hit our goals.
  • We don’t have plans to quickly sell the company or go public. It could happen, but it’s more likely that we’ll distribute profits to the team and investors.