91 Remote Open Source companies

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    Hiro logo
    8 jobs available
    Number of employees

    51-200

    Tech stack

    21 tech stacks

    Hiro builds developer tools for Stacks, the network that enables apps and smart contracts on Bitcoin. Hiro is a core entity within the Stacks Ecosystem. The Stacks ecosystem is a collection of independent entities, developers, and community members working to create a user-owned internet on Bitcoin, the most secure and proven blockchain in the world. Hiro empowers developers with the tools they need to innovate and build on Bitcoin, in ways previously not possible.

    PingCAP logo
    3 jobs available
    Number of employees

    201-500

    Tech stack

    29 tech stacks

    PingCAP is dedicated to building an open source distributed Hybrid Transactional/Analytical Processing (HTAP) database. The flagship product, TiDB, features infinite horizontal scalability, strong consistency, and high availability. The goal of TiDB is to serve as a one-stop solution for all online transactions and analysis. Our mission is to build a database of the future, made by developers, for developers.

    Ghost logo
    5 jobs available
    Number of employees

    11-50

    Tech stack

    28 tech stacks

    We're a proud non-profit organisation building open source technology for journalism. Ghost was founded in April 2013, after a very successful Kickstarter campaign to create a new platform focused solely on professional publishing. Our mission is to create the best open source tools for independent journalists and writers across the world, and have a real impact on the future of online media. Today Ghost powers an incredible range of websites; from individual bloggers who are just getting started, to large teams of writers and editors at some of the largest organisations in the world.

    Gradle logo
    2 jobs available
    Number of employees

    51-200

    Tech stack

    34 tech stacks

    Our mission is to transform how software is built and shipped At Gradle, Inc our mission is to transform how software is built and shipped. We are the company behind both the popular open source Gradle Build Tool and our commercial product, Gradle Enterprise. Gradle Build Tool is an open source build system used by millions of developers. Gradle is at the heart of the Continuous Delivery pipeline at some of the most advanced software companies in the world including Linkedin, Netflix and many more.

    Apollo GraphQL logo
    2 jobs available
    Number of employees

    51-200

    Tech stack

    17 tech stacks

    Apollo is the GraphQL company. Our mission is to empower every developer with a data graph. Driving the momentum behind GraphQL, our Data Graph Platform helps developers, startups, and enterprises get the most out of GraphQL. We build open source tools and commercial services used by thousands of developers in production and have cultivated a strong community around GraphQL. With the Apollo Data Graph Platform, customers like Expedia, Airbnb, Audi, SurveyMonkey, and others rapidly implement GraphQL, consistent with industry best practices, providing their customers with the high-quality, personalized digital experiences they expect—on all of their devices.

    LimeSurvey logo
    2 jobs available
    Number of employees

    11-50

    Tech stack

    20 tech stacks

    Turn questions into answers. At LimeSurvey we are on a mission of building the world’s #1 survey platform emphasized on ease of use, stability, and extensibility. We do this together with our fast-growing community and an international team of survey fanatics in Hamburg. You can find LimeSurvey in over 140 countries and 80+ languages: from local governments, NGO’s and universities to students, small business owners and public traded companies.

    Tidelift logo
    1 job available
    Number of employees

    51-200

    Tech stack

    45 tech stacks

    Tidelift makes open source work better—for everyone. Through the Tidelift Subscription, we professionalize open source software, giving software development teams a single source for purchasing and maintaining their software, with professional support and maintenance from the experts who know it best. Tidelift gives open source maintainers and project teams a platform and market for building highly profitable businesses around their projects.

    Spacemesh logo
    1 job available
    Number of employees

    11-50

    Tech stack

    45 tech stacks

    Spacemesh is a fairly mined cryptocurrency which is permissionless, trustless, secure, and race-free. Spacemesh is built and distributed as open-source software and all software work done for Spacemesh is contributed to the world under a permissive software license.To get a full sense of our motivation, vision, scope, and values please read our blog posts. To learn more about the platform from a tech perspective, please see the resources available here.Join us at the forefront of the next major tech disruption: programmable Internet money via decentralized consensus on computations.We are looking for a strong senior Go systems developer who is passionate about the blockchain space, enjoys designing and writing software, who’d like to join the Spacemesh core dev team and work full time on the core Spacemesh platform.We work in a flat, open organization where each team member is responsible to his or her peers for the quality and the delivery of major platform components, participates as an equal in all software design discussions, and works closely with the Spacemesh researchers and the open-source community.

    Cockroach Labs logo
    1 job available
    Number of employees

    51-200

    Tech stack

    36 tech stacks

    Cockroach Labs is the company behind CockroachDB, the ultra-resilient SQL database for global business. With a mission to Make Data Easy, Cockroach Labs is led by a team of former Google engineers who have had front row seats to nearly two decades of database evolution. The company is headquartered in New York City and is backed by an outstanding group of investors including Benchmark, G/V, Index Ventures, Redpoint, and Sequoia.

    Akash Network logo
    1 job available
    Number of employees

    51-200

    Tech stack

    34 tech stacks

    Want to build the future of the Internet? Akash Network is developing the world’s first and only decentralized cloud computing marketplace, enabling any data center and anyone with a computer to become a cloud provider by offering their unused compute cycles in a safe and frictionless marketplace.As more people's work and play move to the cloud, we are materializing the vision of the first decentralized cloud in an industry projected to reach $370 billion by 2022.

    Security Roots logo
    0 jobs available
    Number of employees

    1-10

    Tech stack

    36 tech stacks

    We work to reduce the overhead associated with security engagements. We come from a background in security consulting: a 30+ project a year, 85% utilization background. We've suffered the pains of having to deal with all the overhead involved in delivering short-lived engagements: exchanging dozens of emailsto keep track of tasks, writing the same issue descriptions again and again for the report...

    EyeSeeTea logo
    1 job available
    Number of employees

    1-10

    Tech stack

    21 tech stacks

    In 2011, the directors of EyeSeeTea came up with the idea of creating a company that intersected our interests of the open source technology and global development. The directors of EyeSeeTea, Ignacio and Adrian, met in the Master Thesis in Telecommunication Networks for developing countries at the University Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid. They specialized in implementing IT in isolated rural areas. By that time, they already were techies and passionate about open software and open hardware.

    Iterative logo
    2 jobs available
    Number of employees

    51-200

    Tech stack

    30 tech stacks

    Open platform to operationalize AI. AI teams face challenges that require new technologies. We build these technologies. Existing data warehouses and data lakes do not fit unstructured datasets like text, images, and videos. Data Science = Highly Iterative Metrics-driven Process With Data and Code 2017: First version of DVC was created and open sourced. First users. 2018: Iterative, Inc was incorporated.

    Hazelcast logo
    0 jobs available
    Number of employees

    51-200

    Tech stack

    95 tech stacks

    Open source in-memory data grid. Hazelcast is the leading in-memory computing platform company which addresses the growing demand for enhanced application performance, speed and scalability. Hazelcast’s in-memory computing platform is comprised of two core products: Hazelcast IMDG and Jet. Hazelcast IMDG is an in-memory data grid built and proven to provide the performance at scale required by the world’s largest organizations.

    Picovoice logo
    0 jobs available
    Number of employees

    11-50

    Be the developer-first voice AI platform.

    OpenCraft logo
    1 job available
    Number of employees

    11-50

    Tech stack

    41 tech stacks

    OpenCraft is the leading Open edX platform development provider with more than 1,000 contributions to the project. OpenCraft works closely with the edX organization, the world’s leading Massive Open Online Course provider. edX has worked with OpenCraft to develop key features to the platform and has publicly recognized OpenCraft as one of the leading Open edX specialists in the community. Setting up your own learning platform with self-service and enterprise hosting offerings Developing custom integrations and interactive exercises Receiving support, guidance and code reviews Designing courses based on expert advice and reviews OpenCraft team members have extensive technical experience which allows us to work with customers to achieve their strategic goals of delivering innovative learning experiences and promote professional and life-long education.

    Microverse logo
    1 job available
    Number of employees

    51-200

    Tech stack

    35 tech stacks

    An online school for remote software developers where you pay nothing until you land a job. Microverse is a global, distributed school for software developers that doesn't charge students anything until they get hired. At Microverse, there are no classes or physical classrooms. Instead, students learn through a very unique approach — by remote pair programming and collaborating with other students in real-time, just as they would with colleagues in a real company.

    Origin Protocol logo
    1 job available
    Number of employees

    11-50

    Tech stack

    19 tech stacks

    We're building a world-class engineering, product, and community team to disrupt traditional middlemen in the sharing economy. We imagine a world where open-source protocols can connect buyers and sellers directly. As a valuable team member, you will receive a competitive salary and have a voice not only in our company, but also the global community we are building. You will also have a stake in the cryptoeconomic incentives of the underlying protocol layer with the launch of the Origin utility token in 2019.

    Teleport logo
    1 job available
    Number of employees

    51-200

    Tech stack

    3 tech stacks

    Teleport enables engineers to quickly access any computing resource anywhere on the planet. Our open source products provide a Unified Access Plane for developers and security professionals seeking to simplify secure access to servers, applications, and data across all environments. Teleport is a pioneer in environment-free computing. We are trying to solve the problem every company has - how to run and access software running anywhere in a secure and compliant manner.

    The Apache Software Foundation logo
    0 jobs available
    Number of employees

    1,001-5,000

    Tech stack

    8 tech stacks

    Established in 1999, the all-volunteer Foundation oversees more than 350 leading Open Source projects, including Apache HTTP Server —the world's most popular server software. Through the ASF's meritocratic process known as "The Apache Way,"​ more than 730 individual Members and 7,000 Committers successfully collaborate to develop freely available enterprise-grade software, benefiting millions of users worldwide: thousands of software solutions are distributed under the Apache License; and the community actively participates in ASF mailing lists, mentoring initiatives, and ApacheCon, the Foundation's official global conference series.

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