Bitbucket is hiring JavaScript devs

By on July 24, 2012

Over the past year, Bitbucket has been buzzing with activity, and we’ve been shipping features like crazy. We’re looking for a few kickass developers to help us move even faster!

Join the Bitbucket team

Make a difference - Bitbucket helps developers and teams of all sizes share code, work smarter, and create better software together. You’ll get to imagine, prototype, build, and release features beloved by developers worldwide.

Be independent - Between our ShipIt days, 20% time, and innovation weeks, you’ll get a chance to showcase the genius within you. We don’t just want your opinions, we want to see your ideas in action. We hire great people and trust them to be great.

What we’re looking for

We’re looking for a few key front-end developers to help us build a new user-interface and JavaScript components for Bitbucket.

You kick ass at:

You’ll love it here

Bitbucket is a part of Atlassian, one of the “Best Small & Medium Companies to Work for in America.” Our products reach over 20,000 enterprise customers globally, including Pixar, Twitter, Netflix, NASA and Facebook.

With offices in Sydney, San Francisco and Amsterdam, we are growing fast, and we are building a different kind of software company: one that listens to customers, values innovation and solves customer problems with brilliant simplicity. You’ll have a direct impact on millions of users as soon as you start! Find out about Life at Atlassian.

Sounds great!

Show us your portfolio, blog, Bitbucket or GitHub profile, open-source contributions, or things you’ve built. We want to see your amazing work!

Not for you? What about a mate? If you know of a great developer who fits the build, we’ll give you a referral bonus.

  • Suku

    This sounds great!.. thanks for giving such opportunities. Would love to join the team. And definitely, I’ll host some of my sources to the repository.

    Thanks.
    theUltrasoft – webservices

  • http://www.kraftwurm.com/ Jimmy Gee

    Looks like a really cool bunch of people!

  • Vol

    How about clearing out the spam from the issue tracker, instead of posting goofy videos in some daft attempt at looking cool?

    • http://www.bitbucket.org Justen Stepka

      This is fixed now for new spam post.

      Please let us know if you have any more issues.

  • Faks

    sad that i am not sow experienced :( yet .

  • http://www.facebook.com/wardenik Radek Antoniuk

    Sad that you are not having any remote offers :(

  • Jin

    It sounds wonderful. Unfortunately, I am just getting start to learn those javascript, html5, css3 things. I wished I have learned them years.

  • Anonymous

    I would love to join your team but I’ a new grad from San Jose state. Just learning Ruby Rails now. Quick learner have any positons for new grads or willing to deal with someone learning on the job. Willing to spend endless hours at home catching up to excedd your expectations. Here is my links if intrested.
    http://www.linkedin.com/pub/daniel-haro/b/170/67a
    http://codenotes1.blogspot.com/
    http://www.behance.net/HARO
    https://github.com/DanielHaro
    Danielharo2@hotmail.com

  • aahmad

    would love to modify your bitbucket views so it loots different from github and at same time differentiates itself in a cool way. Pity, you are not offering remote options.

  • http://michaelgrace.org/ MikeGrace

    Looks like a really great opportunity!