Mobile apps are fast replacing web applications as the way we buy, share, search, learn and collaborate. The Appcelerator Platform is purpose-built for this new world, allowing anyone to create great mobile app experiences, quickly and at scale.
Appcelerator’s solutions are backed by the world’s largest mobile ecosystem, including more than 700,000 mobile developers and hundreds of ISVs and strategic partners, among them Accenture, Cognizant and CSC. Seventy percent of Fortune 100 enterprises count on Appcelerator for their mobile success.
Powering the future of mobile isn’t easy. But it sure is fun.
From our community of industry-leading enterprise customers to our community of over 691,000 developers, Appcelerator is highly people-driven. With such a massive community perpetually testing our technology at scale and offering feedback, we are always ahead of the curve.
As mobile has grown from a device category to an industry to an ecosystem, Appcelerator has remained at the leading edge of the technology that powers it. We’ve seen growth and momentum in the size and scope of our technology, our community and our team – and we’re just getting started.
DO WORK THAT MATTERS. Apps powered by Appcelerator are solving problems for developers, businesses and consumers in every corner of the world.
Tried, tested and improved by a massive global community of developers, our technology is ushering in the mobile revolution for Fortune 500/Global 2000 companies across industries.
At Appcelerator, “work-life balance” isn’t a buzzword. We see your happiness and fulfillment as paramount to our success, and we’re here to make it happen. From an open vacation policy to happy hours and team off-sites and weekly catered lunches, we’ve got you covered.
Our benefits include…
I worked at Appcelerator full-time (Less than a year)
Fun environment, fast-paced, hip startup vibe. Very friendly group. Huge community of users and customers to work with, I learned a ton and was able to help on a number of different projects
reactionary development, could use more well defined goals. Small teams mean a lot of work per person now. More local dev outreach would probably help too
Advice to Management
Convert more small accounts to actual income, keep the momentum up and don't lose the interest of the awesome crew you've got
I had one behavioral interview where they wanted to get to know me. Then they gave me one technical interview to test my knowledge. Then they flew me out for a full day of interviews.