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tl;dr: We're looking for a strong C++ dev with experience creating great Linux apps to lead development of our new client.
Tuple is an app for remote pair programming available on macOS and Linux
We (Ben, Spencer, and Joel) founded the company four years ago because we disliked pairing over Slack and Zoom. We believed that by focusing on remote pairing exclusively, we could create a tool that developers would actually like.
Turns out we were right! We've grown to millions in revenue and tens of thousands of paid users in four years without any outside funding. Our product is used by the savvy engineers at companies like Shopify, Stripe, Spotify, and Netflix.
(Want the latest on how things are going? Ben hosts a weekly podcast where he shares regular updates.)
For the first 4 years of its life, Tuple was available only on macOS. However, our users kept requesting a Linux client (and we love making our users happy), so we decided to build one.
Over the last year, we split the old app into a macOS-specific component and a cross-platform real-time communication engine (using customized WebRTC under the hood).
Additionally, we've created a Linux version of our application (built atop the cross-platform engine) and launched a small alpha to early users.
On March 1st, 2022, we hope to make the (now polished, reliable, and close to feature parity) Linux version of Tuple generally available.
This project is currently owned by our CTO, with support from the rest of our 3-person Engineering team.
We're looking for someone with significant Linux app development experience to join this project, make substantial contributions, and quickly take over primary responsiblity for development of the Linux client.
This role reports to our CTO, Spencer.
We're looking for someone great, not someone cheap. If you're expensive but amazing, we'll make it work.
Email email@example.com. Please describe why you're a great fit for this role and provide a few links to projects/code you're proud of.