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Monthly Archives: October 2012

The big news around here today is the public announcement of Trifacta, a company I’ve been quietly cooking¬†over the last few months with colleagues Jeff Heer and Sean Kandel of Stanford. Trifacta is taking on an important and satisfying challenge:¬†to build a new generation of user-centric data management software that is beautiful, powerful, and eminently useful.

Before I talk more about the background let me say this: We Are Hiring. We’re looking for people with passion and talent in Interaction Design, Data Visualization, Databases, Distributed Systems, Languages, and Machine Learning. We’re looking for folks who want to reach across specialties, and work together to build integrated, rich, and deeply satisfying software. We’ve got top-shelf funding and a sun-soaked office in the heart of SOMA in San Francisco, and we’re building a company with clear, tangible value. It’s early days and the fun is ahead. If you ever considered joining a data startup, this is the one. Get in touch.

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