Our Mission

Make Cloud Computing as Easy and Accessible as Mobile computing.

We build products for developers and designers. And those who aspire to become one.
To be truly easy, cloud computing should be as easy as a tap or command.
To connect everyone, applications have to be fast from every geographical point.
To be accessible, great care has to go into the user experience and design.

Our Team

Guillermo Rauch
Based in San Francisco, CaliforniaBorn and raised in Argentina
Before starting in November 2015, Guillermo was the CTO and co-founder of LearnBoost and Cloudup, acquired by Automattic in 2013. He's the creator of several popular Node.JS open source libraries like socket.io, mongoose and slackin. Prior to Node.JS, he was a core developer of the MooTools frontend toolkit.
Naoyuki Kanezawa
From Japan
A software engineer who has been working with JavaScript for many years. He loves writing software that focuses on the user experience. He's behind the Java / Android clients of engine.io and socket.io, of which he's a core committer. He loves OSS communities and collaborating with others online.
Olli Vanhoja
Based in Rome, ItalyFrom Helsinki, Finland
A system software enthusiast who has previously worked for various projects requiring high availability and reliability. He received his BSc degree in Computer Science from the University of Helsinki. In the open source world he is best known for his Unix-like operating system project Zeke running on Raspberry Pi.
Evil Rabbit
From Buenos Aires, Argentina
As 's Head of Design, he's responsible for ensuring the maximum visual appeal of our brand and products. Previously, he worked for well known companies such as VIACOM (MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, VH1 and Paramount Pictures), Auth0 and Aerolab. In addition, he was involved in the design of Passport.js, Tipbox and JWT.
Leo Lamprecht
From Bamberg, Germany
Before and after founding his first web hosting startup (named FrewHost) at the age of 13, he spent most of his youth carefully crafting front-, backend and UI design projects for various teams around the globe (+ more). Nowadays, he's leading the visible part of as the SVP, Product.
Jarmo Isotalo
From Helsinki, Finland
Not just 's SVP of Infrastructure, but also a Systems Engineer with a passion for scalable distributed systems and security. He received his BSc degree in Computer Science from the University of Helsinki. Before joining the company, he spent a year interning at Google. He also was one of the core contributors of the TestMyCode project. You might catch him making too many sailing-related jokes.
Igor Klopov
From Russia
A software engineer who began creating CAD/PDM automation and CNC manufacturing software for a decade, then switched to Node.js and web technologies. Creator and maintainer of PKG.
Nathan Rajlich
From San Francisco, California
A Node.JS core committer for over four years and practitioner of JavaScript for over a decade. Creator of node-gyp for compiling Node.JS native C++ addons among various other open source projects. In his free time, he likes to tinker with Raspberry Pis, drones, and beer (+ personal blog, running on `now` of course).
Arunoda Susiripala
From Sri Lanka
A software engineer who has been creating libraries and devtools for JavaScript since 2007. He was a prominent community member of Meteor and founded the Kadira APM. He later created the React Storybook and a few React specific packages. He started contributing to Next.js and is now currently helping to maintain Next.js and related projects.
Matheus Fernandes
From Brazil
's SVP of Engineering and also a software engineer who is passionate about the web and the cloud. Wrote Kap with some friends he met while chatting about Hyper on zeit.chat. Before that, he spent some time in college planning how he would quit it to follow his dream of living and working in San Francisco.
Chris Wake
From the USA
Passionate about achieving global impact with hard tech. Chris helped to launch Spire Global, a satellite company making sense of radio signals from Earth. He has a satellite in space named after him, and we haven't told him yet, but there will be a load balancer with his name on it soon enough. Until then, he focuses on adding leverage to operations.
Josh Junon
From United States
JavaScript by day, assembly by night. Systems engineer and architect at . Maintainer of chalk, but that’s nothing to balk; prefers code that is fluffy and light. He likes Java and Node, and sometimes C - whenever the chance arises. From Boise he hails (potatoes prevail!) — uses ViM in absurdly small sizes.
Sergio Xalambrí
Born and raised in Argentina
A JavaScript and Frontend developer. Given his passion for the community, he began teaching and developing at Platzi. Now at , he is dedicated to teach about the products and services offered.



We're currently looking for help in the following areas:

  • Accessibility
  • Communications and Community Development
  • Sales and Distribution
  • DevOps and Automation
  • Backend Engineering
  • Frontend Engineering
  • UX/UI Design
  • Security


Here are some of the many benefits that we offer. In addition, we are also always open to accommodating the unique circumstances and special needs of our team.

Health, Dental, and Vision benefits for you and your family
Flexible Work Hours and Location
Open Vacation Policy (with a recommended 4-weeks per year)
Ample budget for Computer Equipment and Software
10-Year Window to Exercise your Stock Options

About You

We welcome all candidates irrespective of location, age, ancestry, color, national origin, disability, race, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, genetic information, religious creed, medical conditions or marital status.

When in doubt, please apply!


Send an email to jobs@zeit.co telling us about your past, present and ideal future work. Tell us about things you'd like to fix or add to our website, APIs, services, support channels, etc. – We're looking forward to hearing from you!