Software Engineer, Product

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What Replit is looking for in applicants
Computers are the most powerful tools to exist in the history of humanity. Today, only a relative few—professional software developers—can use this superpower to its fullest extent. This has created an unbalanced world where there are programmers and those who consume their programs. Replit is changing that dynamic by bringing the next billion software creators online. To reach and retain as many programmers as possible, product engineers make it easy to find interesting repls, apps, and people on Replit. Recent projects include making profiles more customizable, re-launching Teams for Education as a free product, building a search engine, and standardizing on a design system. To build connections between people on Replit, we're making it easier for people to build and publish templates and experimenting with ways for users to earn and spend directly on the platform. If growth, owning projects end-to-end, creator economies, design, working with designers, TypeScript, React, CSS, or Node.js fascinate you, we want to hear from you! To achieve our mission of making programming more accessible around the world, we need our team to be representative of the world. We welcome your unique perspective and experiences in shaping this product. We encourage people from all kinds of backgrounds to apply, including and especially candidates from underrepresented and non-traditional backgrounds.

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