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17 hrs ago

Enterprise Sales Representative - Nordics – new

GitHub Sweden

• Work all large named enterprise customers • Primary interface to prospects and customers; assist buying process including answering questions… GitHub

2 days ago

Sourcer – new

GitHub San Francisco, CA +2 locations

We are looking for someone who posesses strong influencing skills and has a passion for working with and understanding hiring manager needs… GitHub

2 days ago

Senior Site Reliability Engineer – new

GitHub US - Bay Area; Boulder, or Portland +2 locations

• Develop and maintain the large-scale Linux infrastructure that powers all of GitHub's services, including • Investigate, diagnose… GitHub

2 days ago

Enterprise Sales Representative - UK and Ireland – new

GitHub London, England

• Work all large named enterprise customers • Primary interface to prospects and customers; assist buying process including answering questions… GitHub

5 days ago

Web Producer

GitHub San Francisco, CA

• Lead a comprehensive web marketing strategy; define the scope, business requirements, budget, benefit analysis and cost justifications. • Inform… GitHub

5 days ago

Senior Analyst - Strategic Finance & Business Operations

GitHub San Francisco, CA

As one of the first hires on the team, you will need to be flexible and willing to wear many different hats. Some of the things you may work on… GitHub

7 days ago

Event Producer

GitHub San Francisco, CA +2 locations

You'll be a part of an events team that is responsible for the strategy and execution for both customer-facing and internal events. You will… GitHub

16 days ago

Senior Manager, Marketing Operations

GitHub San Francisco, CA

The Senior Marketing Operations Manager will be responsible for marketing analytics, marketing technology, and continuous improvement of our internal… GitHub

19 days ago

Indirect Tax Manager - Sales and Use Tax

GitHub San Francisco, CA

• Demonstrate a good understanding of technical tax laws and concepts, and the ability to apply to practical settings • Manage all indirect tax… GitHub

19 days ago

Product Manager

GitHub Anywhere

• Focused on what we build more than how we build it • Owns the success or failure of a product area • Define what success and failure would… GitHub

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    I have been working at GitHub full-time


    GitHub is a fantastic place to work. The people are what make it. While I've been at GitHub, I've had incredible conversations about how to be a better person, how to encourage more women to enter tech, and how to make the open source community a better place. All of these conversations have so far been informal and outside of GitHub's larger strategies for social impact. I'm just happy to work among such thoughtful people. It's been great to get to know my coworkers even though I'm working remotely. It's hard sometimes, but I feel like GitHub gives remote employees many opportunities to meet each other and feel like they're still part of the team. If I start feeling weird or excluded, I can express that and something will change to make me feel more included. I also know I can take a trip to San Francisco and work with my team for a week or two. Finally, it doesn't hurt that the benefits are insane. There are a few I haven't even taken advantage of, yet, because they seem so extravagant. I feel taken care of to say the least.


    There is some tension as the company grows and changes. People who've been working at GitHub for a while seem to sense that it is losing something—it's open culture, maybe. I think there are people who are actively fighting against this loss, and overall it is heading in the right direction. It does cause some awkwardness, though, and I do hope we can maintain what people feel was so special. As I said, working remotely is tough. Sometimes I feel like I would be better at my job if I worked at HQ, just for the exposure to serendipitous interactions and the ability to yell across the room at my coworkers.

    Advice to Management

    Encourage and maintain communication. In fact, over-communicate whenever possible. I think that would help the company feel more unified, and prevent the communication fails that happen now and then.

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