Garden's mission is to keep developers productive and happy in the cloud-native era.
Docker, Kubernetes and other cloud-native technologies have made us better than ever at operating our systems in production, but the day-to-day development experience has been left lagging behind.
Developers spend less time in flow, and more time waiting for builds, debugging scripts, or otherwise fighting their tools. We're here to fix that.
Our platform—which includes our open source core product—allows developers to work on distributed systems with remote, production-like dev environments, while enjoying the same fast and frictionless feedback loops we've come to expect when developing a single service locally.
It's a platform that democratizes the kind of advanced developer tooling that only the largest software companies have the resources to build and maintain.
We're still a small team and you'd be joining at a time where you can have a huge impact on our product and our culture. If you've ever thought to yourself that something's not right with our modern development workflows, now's your chance to help fix it!
Our core product is a CLI tool that our users run in their terminal. We also recently released Garden Cloud, a web application that complements our open core product and enriches the experience.
As a Senior UI Engineer, you'll be responsible for designing and implementing user interfaces for the cloud product that take Garden to the next level, delivering an experience that's simply not possible through the terminal. Think log streams, network traces, test results, and other information that's delivered in real time to developers working on distributed systems. We're a small team and you can have a huge impact on the look, feel, and function of our products—products that you'll be using yourself every day on the job.
Our products are first and foremost geared towards improving the productivity of developers working with complex systems. And developers are a tough crowd. That's why we're looking for someone that has experience with working on these kinds of systems and understands the frustration that friction and poor developer experience brings about.