We don’t have a formal blurb right now, so here’s something I posted when I was at Strange Loop :
Hi all! I started at Park Assist about 6 months ago, and I’m really happy — it's a small, profitable company growing at a healthy, sustainable pace, and solving real problems around the world. Among other benefits, our systems reduce CO2 emissions by eliminating driving around and around a busy garage looking for a free spot.
We’re in ~130 garages around the world, and that number is growing fast, so although we're small in head count, we've got an outsized impact. And since our engineering team is only 10 people, and we're planning to at least double that over the next year, this is an opportunity for you to have a big impact on the culture, practices, processes, and values of this team. I'd be happy to tell you about all the changes I've been able to champion myself in my short tenure.
If you're interested in designing, building, deploying, operating, and maintaining interesting systems that solve challenging and real problems, in a creative, supportive, collaborative, entrepreneurial environment, while working from anywhere in the Western Hemisphere, Europe, Africa, or the Middle East — let's chat!
As of October 2016: roughly 90 people around the world.
Our team is fully distributed and just happens to have a cluster of folks working in our NYC HQ 😉
C++, OpenCV, Ruby, Sinatra, CircleCI, GitHub, Ruby on Rails, JRuby, PostgreSQL, Kafka, Kafka Streams, React, Redux, Docker, Kubernetes, AWS
- Headquarters: New York City, New York, USA
- Beesd, Gelderland, The Netherlands
- Cheshire, Connecticut, USA
- Ciudad de Panamá, Panama
- Dubai, UAE
- Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA
- San Francisco, California, USA
- Santiago, Chile
- Sydney, New South Wales, Australia