Rocketlane is a startup founded in April 2020 by Srikrishnan, Vignesh and Deepak. Prior to Rocketlane, they have experience running a successful startup named Konotor which was acquired by Freshworks in 2015. Rocketlane currently has paying customers and launched to the public in June 2021. The company is VC funded and backed by Matrix partners and Nexus ventures partners. Rocketlane was #1 Product of the day when it launched on Product Hunt in June 2021.
Rocketlane enables businesses to onboard their customers better, faster, smoother, through a new collaborative experience. It helps accelerate live revenue for the service provider, and also enables faster time to value for customers.
Role: Backend engineer
Are you a backend developer looking to fast-track your learning and growth? Have you looked at world class products like Asana, Notion, or Airtable, and felt “I wish I were part of the early team that built these products”?
At Rocketlane, we’re a team that has previously built and rolled out globally successful SaaS products used by tens of thousands of customers. We’re laser focused on delivering a world class product again, and looking for an ambitious backend engineer to join our existing team of 9 engineers.
If it excites you to think of a fast paced start-up environment, building something big from scratch, breaking down new problems, creating new APIs, working on performance issues, getting hands-on with devops initiatives, and showcasing demos of your work every Friday with a happy and passionate team, then this is the right opportunity for you.
Some of the tech problems you get to work-on as a backend engineer would be to build the backend for a modern spreadsheet experiences from scratch, work on infra as code, write robust code that is fault tolerant, work on performant code that adheres to SLOs set by the organization.
2 - 4 years of experience
Expertise in the following areas
You’ve heard of or worked with some of the following tech stacks / products
These non functional areas are familiar to you
Nice to have:
Familiarity with AWS