Software engineers wanted for a hazardous journey involving long months of complete darkness, constant danger and doubtful safe return, with the promise of honor and recognition in case of success…!
Are you passionate about building systems and software that lasts and will make an impact? Do you relish in the satisfaction of solving challenging problems? Do you want to build complex systems from the ground up? If these questions resonate with you, you’ve come to the right place!
ThoughtSpot is disrupting the Business Intelligence world in a big way and to do so, we need and welcome ideas from many areas within computer science: information retrieval, distributed computing, large-scale system design, networking, security, data compression, user interface design and more.
ThoughtSpot relational search appliance brings the ease of search to enterprise data analysis. It includes a new kind of search engine, tightly integrated with large-scale, in-memory computing. The result is a consumer-class user experience combined with enterprise-class scalability while maintaining enterprise data governance and manageability for IT. We are looking for highly motivated individuals who want to make a big impact in their work.
What it takes to be a Software Engineer at ThoughtSpot:
ThoughtSpot is disrupting the BI industry with search-driven analytics for the enterprise. ThoughtSpot's Relational Search technology lets business people analyze company data in seconds and helps BI & Analytics teams cut their reporting backlogs by over 90%. ThoughtSpot connects with data from on-premise and cloud data sources and is designed for enterprise-scale, security, and governance - all while deploying 85% faster than legacy technologies. ThoughtSpot has built the world's most advanced, yet easy-to-use number-crunching machine with a singular mission - to deliver access to data at "human scale. The company's founding team has previously built market-defining search and analytics technologies at Google, Amazon, Oracle and Microsoft. For more information please visit thoughtspot.com