Engineering at mabl
At mabl, software engineers work in small, self-directed teams to design and develop features end-to-end. We emphasize quality over deadlines, innovation over process, and collaboration over egos. The team includes alumni from Northeastern and other top engineering programs, PhDs, published authors, former Googlers, and startup veterans. We are an eclectic bunch with diverse experiences and expertise, brought together by a shared sense of curiosity and optimism. Outside the office, many team members are deeply involved in professional communities through blogging, speaking at conferences, organizing workshops and meetups, and mentoring. A typical day for a mabl engineer may include speaking with a customer, pair-programming with another engineer, helping the sales team address a challenging use case, and of course ample uninterrupted time to write code and ship features. To learn more about how we build products at mabl, check out our blog post on the topic.
Tools and Technologies
The mabl service uses cutting-edge machine learning and data analytics technologies to make functional testing easy.
Here’s a sample of our technology stack and toolset:
- Front end: ReactJS + Redux
- Cloud Platform: Google
- Machine Learning: Tensorflow, ML Engine
- Data Analysis: BigQuery, DataFlow
- Compute: Container Engine, Cloud Functions, App Engine
- Source Control: GitHub
- Continuous Integration: CodeShip
You are a highly skilled software engineer with relevant technical expertise. You are happy to branch out and contribute wherever needed—within your technical wheelhouse or otherwise. You are excited by the prospect of working on a world class team to build innovative products for developers. You are focused, positive, and collaborative.
mabl offers competitive compensation and benefits, including health, dental, and vision insurance, along with 401k. In addition, there is a flexible vacation policy, various team building events, as well as Fridays off in the summer.
If this sounds like you, we’d love to chat! Please just reach out at [email protected]