No-code analytics tool for modern teams
We’re on a quest to give everyone in the world data superpowers. For decades, poor usability and design have limited non-coders from using data to make decisions, measure progress, and run teams. Livedocs is a first-of-its-kind — a no-code analytics tool for everyone
Our team believes that enabling every team to wield data without learning how to code, manage pipelines, schemas, or any data drudgery will unlock a new chapter for how modern teams run.
Our goal is for every member of every team to have the metrics they need as accessible to them as their favorite note-taking app.
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Your day-to-day in this role will involve:
We’re a distributed, remote async team (🇺🇸 🇦🇪 🇦🇺 🇩🇿 🇺🇦 🇮🇳). Our working style is unique, so here’s some things you should know about us:
Typescript, NodeJS, Type-graphql, Apollo GraphQK, NextJS, Apollo Client, Tailwind, Postgres, Sequelize, GCP (Cloud Run, Memorystore, Cloud SQL, AlloyDB, etc)
We follow a simple and transparent process, designed to find folks who enjoy iterating, move quick, and taking ownership of their work. We aim to wrap the hiring process up in days, not weeks. Here’s how we hire:
As a builder, you have many options. You want to work at Livedocs because you:
Align with our goal of helping teams be data-driven without writing code or SQL. We believe that we can give teams of any size more data visibility by giving them a no-code interface for instant analytics on top of their existing tools — with the flexibility of a note-taking app.
Want to work in a small team that ships frequently (we ship at a weekly cadence) and be surrounded by the best engineers cranking away at unique problems outside the instruction manual.
Desire the impact and freedom that come with being one of the first few people in the room, with the option of growing into a management or architect role
Know the data engineering space quite well, and know that the current state of the tooling is ripe for positive disruption!
Livedocs is backed by some of the best investors in Silicon Valley, like General Catalyst, Khosla Ventures, PJC, Unshackled Ventures, YCombinator, Pioneer, and more.