Fig

Fig adds visual apps, shortcuts, and autocomplete to your terminal.

Community Manager / Developer Relations at Fig

Location
San Francisco / Remote
Job Type
Full-time
Experience
Any (new grads ok)
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Brendan Falk
Brendan Falk
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About the role

Fig makes the terminal more productive and discoverable for developers. Despite being used by just about every developer, the terminal has barely changed since 70s. We think this is pretty crazy.

Fig is backed by Y Combinator, General Catalyst, Kleiner Perkins and a bunch of amazing devtools founders and executives.

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Your key metric: Be the main point of contact for all Fig users, contributors, and developers
  • Engage with users across email, Discord, Twitter, GitHub, meetups, community events
  • Manage Fig's Discord community of 3k+ members
  • Build and maintain a self-serve support system for users
  • Write tests for Fig's shell, terminal, and operating system integrations
  • Help prioritize Fig's roadmap by presenting weekly support summaries
  • Contribute to Fig's public autocomplete repo -Write and share blog posts

Key Qualifications

  • Great organisation (Inbox zero type)
  • Great communicator (clear, concise, friendly)
  • Strong familiarity with the shell (bash/zsh/fish), terminals, CLIs
  • Fast typist!!

Bonus Points

  • Background using tools like Arch Linux, vim, neovim, emacs
  • Background as a sysadmin + familiarity with servers, remote machines etc
  • Familiarity with web technologies like typescript, react, html/css

Why you should join Fig

Fig is re-imagining the terminal.

Our first product is autocomplete. Under the hood, we have built an API that hooks into any terminal. We can do a ton of cool things, like this

Why Join Fig? Our mission is to make developers more productive. We want you to build tools that make you more productive. If you use these tools every day, chances are others will too.

If you join us, you’ll directly help shape:

  • Our future company culture
  • Our engineering practices
  • The people that we hire
  • The direction & focus of our products