Devpost is the home for hackers. We’re a platform that lets developers showcase what they’re building, learn new skills, and get inspired by the work of their peers. Organizations run online and in-person hackathons to market their tools and initiatives to our active developer community. Our awesome clients include Oculus, Uber, Evernote, Twitter, Twilio, Venmo, IBM, Microsoft, Qualcomm, and many governmental organizations like the USDA and 18F.
Developers consider us their go-to channel for discovering and competing in the world’s best hackathons, and for meeting and collaborating with other hackers. The global market for new software and its makers is exploding, and we’re uniquely positioned to provide developers with a platform for the things that really matter to them: personal growth, community, and professional opportunity.
Our culture is centered around a close relationship with our community, and a dedication to continuously improving our platform to meet their needs. Our employees are empowered to explore and take ownership of their own initiatives, and to make decisions in line with our metrics and mission. Our goal -- to celebrate and inspire hackers -- is firmly rooted in the belief that technology can bring about important change and improve lives.
Our team reflects that same change and improvement. Everyone on our team, from product (Holly) to engineering (Robin, Matt, Ross, Elle), to marketing (Neal) is active on Devpost and contributes to projects like our rebrand, new thumbnail cards, updated hackathon submission flow, hacker feed, and "Work with Me" button.
We’re more focused on deliverables than meetings. Everyone’s opinion is respected and all ideas are given equal consideration. It’s a culture of meaningful work by dedicated, hard-working individuals, but the environment is relaxed and creative too. Our offices are in the meatpacking district.