Why Work at SlideShare

By Lisa Nguyen, Recruiting Associate

What’s it like working for SlideShare? Some of our engineers break it down:

Casey Brown: “I work on a product that I believe in. SlideShare is all about spreading knowledge and sharing information. We work in small, focused teams to find meaning in metrics from thousands of sources. We are a culture of talented, highly smart people. Plus, San Francisco is where it is at, yo!” 

Sylvain Kalache: “There is not much hierarchy here. If there is a problem, you are empowered to find the solution yourself instead of having someone tell you what to do. You get the best of both worlds here — working for a fast pace, start-up culture backed up by the resources of LinkedIn.”

Chris Ahlers:  “We get to work with Amazon Web Services, performance optimization, spam fighting, mobile-apps and popular open-source technologies. We ship fast and frequently; our engineers enjoy the exposure to our full technical stack. You can really make an impact and get a sense of purpose working here.”

Sound like fun? Good news! We’re looking for great engineers to join our team.

Currently, we have these job openings in our San Francisco office:

We look forward to hearing from you!


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    You see I am already with you and you have access to my profile, projects, beliefs and proposals.

    I am not looking for full time employment but I would love to offer some of my projects and proposals for adaptation and use in slideshare and LinkedIn (which I use extensively). Both have great features but I see scope for some improvements.

    Take a look at my ppts and pdfs and let’s start working via the Internet. I live in India (Hyderabad) and visit USA (yes SFO) for about 6 months in a year. Send an email to explore superior possibilities for all involved.


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