Developer Relations Engineer
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Axiom’s mission is to empower developers to get the best insights into their data, as fast as possible. Our cloud native, serverless data analytics platform completely changes the way in which developers and organizations think about their data: send unlimited data with cost-effective storage and lightning-fast querying.
About the Role
We are seeking a Developer Relations Engineer to take leadership in our connection to the developer community, grow our presence and impact, and provide a voice inside the company representing the community and their feedback.
As part of this role, you will work closely with teams across our company, and will work to provide the absolute best experience for developers using the Axiom platform.
- Meeting, educating, and inspiring developers all over the world
- Building great apps and demos for developers
- Writing tutorials on monitoring topics for our blog and docs
- Write clear, step-by-step guides for specific Axiom use cases
- Collaborate with other education engineers, sales engineers, product management, engineering, and solution architects to understand customer use cases and document solutions
- Understanding of the dev-ops space
- Exceptional oral and written communication skills
- The ability to work cooperatively with, and gain the respect of, software developers
- Strong customer focus, ownership, urgency, and drive
- Willing to travel to conferences, meetups, and other events
- Experience writing code, contributing to, and understanding the community mechanisms of open source projects
- Experience with monitoring, observability, logging, metrics, alerting, devops, scripting
- Curiosity in learning how to efficiently communicate documentation, tutorials, and write-ups to other developers
- Experience with writing technical documentation for a product or project
More About Us
The team at Axiom has been fortunate to work together for many years across multiple companies and multiple products.
Throughout our journey, we would come across services that we wanted to use for monitoring/data visualization/etc, and we would always have a tough choice to make: hand over our data to a third party to get a fully featured product, or use a half-baked solution that could run inside our infrastructure and allow us to keep our data safely in our hands.
When the previous company we worked for was acquired by Microsoft, we decided to take that opportunity to work on this problem. We decided to build polished, featureful, and easy to use products which didn’t sacrifice privacy and security.
The result is Axiom.