At Cypress, we’re on a mission to build an essential testing platform that makes automated testing delightful and effective. Cypress provides better, faster, and more reliable testing for anything that runs in a browser. Hundreds of thousands of developers and QA professionals use Cypress.io to write better code faster and release with confidence.

Cypress is currently used in over 90 countries by hundreds of thousands of developers across more than 12,000 organizations. Cypress has over 1,200 customers in more than 50 countries across 45 industries and includes marquee names like Atlassian, Crunchbase, GitHub, PayPal,and Slack.

The company was founded in 2015 and has raised $55M in capital to date, including a $40M Series B financing in November 2020, led by OpenView Partners, with participation from Bessemer Venture Partners, Battery Ventures, Sapphire Ventures and Stripes.co. 

Do you get excited about developer tools? Do you have a keen eye for software quality/testing practices and methods? Do you enjoy sharing your knowledge with fellow developers? Are you eager to solve the challenges that developers like yourself face?

If yes, then join the new Developer Experience (DX) Team at Cypress to empower developers to build and ship higher-quality software faster than ever before.

The DX Team is an engineering team focused on ensuring developers can be productive and effective with Cypress via the development and dissemination of testing knowledge, methodologies, and solutions.

The DX Engineer is a high-impact role with the responsibility of providing thought-leadership to other developers within the industry through highly prescriptive and practical solutions. We have to elevate the status quo of testing workflows and knowledge to enable developers to be productive while adhering to appropriate and scalable practices.

The DX Engineer is a cross-functional role requiring you to collaborate with product design, other engineering teams, customer-success, marketing, and external collaborators/partners to ensure that users have a smooth, high-fidelity, and productive end-to-end experience with Cypress.

The DX Engineer is a highly visible role that puts you right in front of the Cypress community via conferences, workshops, and other speaking engagements. This responsibility requires you to be a technical expert and communicator with a strong ability to clearly articulate specific problems and solutions to support the diverse use cases of Cypress.

This role is a remote-friendly.

Responsibilities 

  • Develop demonstration apps, specialized plugins/libraries, integrations with other frameworks/services, and testing-related methodologies.

  • Research, engineer, and experiment with new ways to improve developer workflows and practices. 

  • Validate and experiment with early/pre-release feature developments to help ensure a robust and consistent developer experience.

  • Author and engage with the community via documentation, curated presentations, demonstrations, and learning guides to make it incredibly easy for developers to adopt Cypress.

  • Foster relationships with the open source community and establish partnerships that improve the experience and workflow of Cypress users across common frameworks and libraries.

Requirements

  • Extensive experience using client and server-side JavaScript and frameworks such as Angular, React, or Vue. Additional experience in non-JavaScript frameworks is a plus. Experience with CI/CD pipelines.

  • Aware of cutting edge technology and tooling.

  • Exceptional written, visual, and oral communication skills to engage a variety of audiences, including developers, QA professionals, and senior decision makers.

  • Highly motivated and a strong desire to make an impact. Capable of being productive when working either collaboratively or independently.

  • Open-minded, accepting of different perspectives and willingness to measure and experiment.

 

We are an inclusive employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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