About Netlify

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We want the web to win

Netlify is a web developer platform that multiplies productivity.

By unifying the elements of the modern decoupled web, from local development to advanced edge logic, Netlify enables a 10x faster path to much more performant, secure, and scalable websites and apps.

Our bet on the JAMstack is quickly coming true. The web is rapidly changing away from monolithic to decoupled apps, and web developers are storming ahead with more power than ever. Netlify is built to cater to that movement, and in just a few years we’ve on-boarded more than half a million businesses and developers, and are building and serving millions of web projects daily around the globe.

Fun fact: in the time it took you to read the above, Netlify served over 350,000 requests.

A company is as good as its team

Netlify is a diverse group of incredible talent from all over the world. We’re ~40% woman or non-binary, and have about half as many nationalities as we are team members!

Just over half of the company works remotely and the rest out of our HQ in San Francisco. Even HQ team members work from home two days every week to ensure we are not just remote friendly, but truly have a distributed culture.

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Netlifiers currently live and work in 18 locations around the world.

Nice to meet you

Quite a few of us like to talk and write about what we do. Check out some recent articles, presentations and videos to get a feel for what we’re all about.

Jessica Parsons

Jessica Parsons

Documentation Engineer

Schoolteacher turned developer turned developer educator and documentarian.

Chris McCraw

Chris McCraw

Head of Support

Enjoys helping, biking, and is usually having fun in Portland, Oregon.

Ingrid Epure

Ingrid Epure

Senior Platform Engineer

Talks and cares deeply about making tech more accessible and open. A mentor for women in tech, and helps organize SRECon EMEA.

Leslie Cohn-Wein

Leslie Cohn-Wein

Frontend Engineer

Builds Netlify on Netlify (so meta). Panelist on React Round Up. Former NYC agency dev.

Divya Sasidharan

Divya Sasidharan

Developer Experience Engineer

Frontend for life, regular-ish panelist on the JS Party podcast.

Hui Lin

Hui Lin

Data Science

Hui has a Ph.D. in Statistics, is a core contributor to R, and is a highly called for speaker and author on the subject. She also enjoys drawing, traveling, collecting jokes and anything beautiful.

Perry Eising

Perry Eising

Community Manager

Former educator, international speaker. Always trying to make the web more inclusive and LGBTQ+ friendly.

Luna Yu

Luna Yu

Frontend Engineer

Loves telling stories on the web using modern web technologies.

Shawn Erquhart

Shawn Erquhart

Frontend Engineer, OSS

Netlify CMS Lead. Really trying to never write server code ever again. Except maybe Functions-as-a-service, those are cool.

  • Culture

    If a company is as good as the team of people who work there, then a team is as good as its culture. We aim to be as intentional as we can in how we scale both our organization and culture.

    Read all about our philosophy and values

  • Distribution

    Netlify is a partially distributed company. Half of us work remotely and the rest at our headquarters in San Francisco. We’ve structured Netlify to support this and we pride ourselves on having a distributed culture.

    Read more about the things we do to support it

Careers

We’re a tightly knit team of driven, mission-focused people. We’re growing rapidly while still nurturing our culture by carefully adding passionate and empathetic people.

We have lots of open positions. That said, we hire people, not roles. Together we will carve out the right fit that gives you maximum joy and sets you up for success, while making sure it’s what we need to keep taking strides in creating a better web. For all of us.

Can you find yourself in the above? Join us.

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