Posted 2 Nov 2023, 5:13 pm
Developer Advocate at =nil; Foundation
We’re =nil; Foundation. We treat blockchains as distributed databases and build tools that allow working with them like regular databases, with all the convenience and trust. In a world where just anything is trustless by itself (aka zero-knowledge, zk), we build tools that make things provable and trustworthy.
In particular, we make:
- DBMS that works over blockchains and provides a developer-friendly interface.
- Proof system and a cryptography library for making transactions cryptographically provable.
- Compiler that makes code in C++ and Rust compatible with this proof system and enables building provable applications.
- Market for the computation of zero-knowledge proofs.
The success of our business relies on the wide adoption of our technologies. This is where the Developer Relations team comes on stage.
The purpose of the Developer Relations team at =nil; is to make engineers’ life at work better. We do it by building the community, communicating with it about our technology, and returning feedback to our team. We also support our researchers and developers in all things related to technical communications and knowledge sharing.
We see Developer Advocates as engineers who enjoy sharing technical knowledge just as much as they enjoy building things. Developer Advocates are the link between our company and the community of developers using our technology. You will communicate about our technologies, educate people in the community, and help them succeed. Just as well you will advocate for the community and deliver feedback to the company.
As a Developer Advocate, you will be engaged in developing tooling and educational projects, writing blog posts, organizing events, speaking, and teaching others to speak. You will work closely with advocates and technical writers on your team, product owners, and other engineers.
A good candidate for this position:
- Has experience in development, that can be proven with a link to a GitHub account.
- Experience in C++, Rust, and/or cryptography is good to have, but not a strict requirement.
- Experience in Web3 is good if it’s a real development experience.
- Loves writing about technology.
- A personal technical blog or a Telegram channel is a big benefit. Twitter is a nice addition, but it should not be the only place where the candidate writes.
- Loves talking to people.
- It’s great if you have a portfolio of talks on meetups and conferences, YouTube records, or teaching on online platforms like Coursera.
- Has English C1 or better.
Your job will include a number of activities:
- Coding decentralized and zk-provable “Hello world” apps.
- Writing hardcore technical blog posts, tutorials, and educational courses.
- Running live coding sessions, workshops, discussions, and Q&A sessions.
- Speaking on meetups and conferences, both online and offline.
- Organizing tech talks, meetups, and hackathons.
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