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Greylock is now looking for a Co-Founder/CTO in San Francisco, CA

 
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We are seeking applications from accomplished founding engineers or engineering leaders interested in collaborating with successful product and data scientist executives to launch a company we are incubating. The idea blends a user-centric enterprise security product with some of the recent advancements in AI.

I'd like to hear from an entrepreneurial technologist with prior startup experience, particularly at their inception. The ideal candidate goes beyond mere coding and understands the significance of crafting software that is not just functional but also intuitive and user-friendly. The perfect person will be willing to work as an IC to get things off the ground as expected.

More details are to be supplied to qualified candidates.

Location: San Francisco, In Office

About Greylock:

Greylock is an early-stage investor in hundreds of remarkable companies including Airbnb, LinkedIn, Dropbox, Workday, Cloudera, Facebook, Instagram, Roblox, Coinbase, Palo Alto Networks, among others. More can be found about us here: https://greylock.com/

More: http://express.candarine.com/campaign/url/forward/40012eabe1e8
 
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