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Company Updates

  • We are so proud to be recognized by Built In NYC as one of their best places to work in 2019! <3 You can see the full list and check out our open jobs...*hint hint*:

    100 Best Places To Work In NYC 2019 | Built In NYC

    Built In NYC's Best Places to Work in NYC list ranks the startups and tech companies with the best employee benefits and salary in 2019. Did your company make the list?

  • Wondering what's in store for us this year? Hear from Shiven Ramji, VP of Product, on what (big things) you can expect from DigitalOcean in 2019:

    2019: What's Coming Next on DigitalOcean

    It is the beginning of the year and an opportunity for us to reflect on 2018 and share what's upcoming for our community in 2019. Last year, we shared details on the progress we've made on an ambitious roadmap in January and August.

  • We are excited and proud to announce our new CEO, Mark Templeton. Read more about the next wave at DigitalOcean from Ben Uretsky:

    The Next Wave: DigitalOcean's New CEO

    A few months ago, I announced my plans to find my successor as we approached our next phase of growth. Today, I am very excited to announce that Mark Templeton will be joining us as DigitalOcean's new CEO.

  • Currents is back! ☁️ Get the latest insights on containers, serverless, workplace preparedness, and more from the developer community

    DigitalOcean Currents: June 2018

    For the fourth edition of Currents, our quarterly report on developer trends in the cloud, we asked nearly 5,000 respondents around the world for their opinions on developer technologies like containers and serverless computing, and the latest hiring trends in software development.

  • We'd like to introduce you to our first class of interns, the minnows! 💙 🦈

  • At DigitalOcean, we are striving to create a positive candidate experience, starting with providing actionable feedback.

    Improving The Interview Experience: The Value Of Actionable Feedback

    Introduction I've been recruiting for fast-growing technology companies most of my professional career. Too often, it's felt like a rat race?-?let's hire the best talent we can afford as quickly as possible?-?which can lead to treating candidates with indifference rather than respect.

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