#1 Founding Engineer at Meticulous
About the role
Meticulous's mission is to make the world's code safe, performant and reliable.
We are a London-based YC company. We just raised $4m, and are backed by some of the best founders and technical leaders in Silicon Valley, including Guillermo Rauch (founder Vercel, author next.js), Jason Warner (CTO GitHub), Scott Belsky (CPO Adobe), Calvin French-Owen (founder Segment), Jared Friedman (YC partner and former CTO of Scribd) and a bunch of other incredible folks.
We want to change the way the world develops software, and influence software approaches for decades to come.
We are hiring our #1 founding engineer.
You will have autonomy in building out this technology, but here are a few problems you might work on:
- Build a distributed system to concurrently replay thousands of sessions, such that a developer gets a result in seconds.
- Speed up the replay of sessions in a way that retains determinism.
- Derive algorithms to detect sessions that cover differing code paths and edge cases, and ignore sessions that are too similar.
- Help build out a team of world-class, highly collaborative, software engineers.
As #1 engineer, you get to shape the company, and build the culture and technology from the ground up.
What we look for:
In a sentence: Technically brilliant, delightful to work with, combined with a self-awareness and strong desire to improve.
Why you should join Meticulous
What you get:
Compensation: We want outrageously talented individuals. This means we offer commensurately outrageous equity grants. The equity grant will be 2% or greater with employee-friendly terms (10 year exercise window on options).
Learning: You will be given the space and time to up-level yourself as an engineer in terms of conferences, reading, or whatever you think will be most valuable. We will also set you up with mentorship, if you desire it, from top engineering leaders (folks running 100-engineer organizations at the world's leading tech companies).
If this sounds interesting, please reach out to with a few sentences about what you find interesting about Meticulous.