These are a bunch of buzzwords we’re not gonna use. It’s not that working here is a meaningless slog, but we’d rather give real reasons you should apply to Sentry. We’re a company built around a product that works, and a team that isn’t a cult.
Our copywriter polished the grammar, but we seriously didn’t write these for them.
Some words we use to shape our culture.
We understand that the difference between a good product and a great one is in the finer details. We take extra care to get everything right, down to the last pixel.
White lies help no one. We give each other constructive, respectful, and sincere feedback for the best collective outcome and most personal growth. (On our work, that is. We'll keep opinions on your floral-patterned pants to ourselves.)
We don't expect to get things right the first time around. We do our best work by iterating: making small changes, measuring impact, and trying again (and again, and sometimes again).
Sentry is a tool for everyone who codes. We strive to create a product that's accessible (and indispensable) to developers at any level, at companies big, small, and everything beyond and in between.
We know that we don't know everything. Nothing here is set in stone. We're still filling roles and writing rules, as a team. In the meantime, we embrace individual ownership, autonomy, and accountability.
We respect one another. We understand that success comes from a variety of backgrounds, experiences, skills, and opinions — not in spite of it. Even if we disagree on the route, we still push forward to the end.
So well, even we’re a bit surprised.
1M+ total users
40B+ events per month
$67M in funding
8 flavors of LaCroix
You're more like a sprocket, but with a fridge stocked with a minimum of six different brands of sparkling water. We’re a relatively small and moderately fast-growing team, where every person influences the product, brand, culture, and snack closet. So we promise you’ll never feel useless. Or hungry.
We won’t tell you that we’re changing the world one bug at a time, because that’d be cheesy and a little weird. But our cloud-based error monitoring saves more than 1 million developers at over 60K organizations a lot of time and headaches. Not to mention, it helps developers find software bugs before they cause any trouble, keeping your everyday tech mostly glitch-free.
We know that you have a life outside the office. Or at least we hope so. That’s why we offer flexible PTO, commuter benefits, various savings plans, learning & development reimbursement, and health insurance, teeth insurance, eye insurance, life insurance, even more insurance. Insurance insurance. All the insurance you could ever dream of.
San Francisco, USA
Okay, not everywhere. But somewhere.
And no, we didn't count La Croix.
We pay well. Because
you’re worth it.
Retirement comes sooner
than you think.
Because you can never
be too prepared.
You shouldn’t have to pay to
get to work.
Keep your skills sharp. You'll
Stay healthy, stay happy, do
yoga or something.
You're a good person.
We like that.
You work, we pay. You take time off,
we still pay.
Get to know the new human
in your life.
Our customer success team adds a human touch to our very technical product. We help customers get the most from Sentry while providing the best experience possible.
As a business centered on improving software, it's only logical that Sentry's engineering team sits at the core of our company, building everything from our UI to the infrastructure that processes, stores, and draws insight from billions of events.
San Francisco, Toronto, Vienna
Though it might look like we've got a full-scale marketing department, Sentry's marketing team accomplishes more than teams twice its size. We're dedicated to telling people about a good thing, and Sentry is a very good thing.
Sentry is an equal opportunity employer. We’re committed to building a diverse team, with an inclusive culture where every teammate can thrive. Sentry is an open source company because we believe that everyone, everywhere, should have the ability and tools to make great software. Software should be accessible. That starts with making our industry accessible.