We love our new TechCrunch world headquarters in downtown Palo Alto, and we’re working hard to fill it with smart, hardworking and fun people.
Team members needed:
Developers (2): We think it’s critical that next-generation media companies actually build product and test new apps developed by other start-ups. It gives us street cred and keeps us engaged in the community. It’s also creating new assets for our business. In the last year, in addition to launching our own CrunchBase structured-wiki product and API, Henry and Mark were some of the first developers to have access to roll out Facebook Connect, Google App Engine and Yahoo! BOSS search. And we have many more great projects ahead of us. Rails developers preferred, but raw talent and drive are most important to building out our team.
Great developer perks include our new (used) Segway, Microsoft Surface, outdoor deck, unlimited supply of caffeine, and friendly dog-wonder, tester-hacker Laguna. We also host major events throughout the year and lots of cool start-ups pass through our office every day.
Developer, Summer Intern. We have one paid internship available for a developer. Open to college students.
Our paid summer internships for CrunchBase and Events have been filled, but if you’re interested in working part-time at TechCrunch this summer for academic credit (or just great experience), please send your resume to gene [at] techcrunch [dot] com.