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Scarf

About us

Who are we?

Scarf's mission is to help open-source maintainers connect with their users and deliver better software.


We're a small team of friendly people who love open-source, love package management, and are enthusiastically building the next generation of tools for effective, observable, and equitable software distribution. Scarf was founded in Oakland, California, but our growing team is now distributed across North and South America.

We believe that building systems that empower open-source developers to do their best work will result in better quality software for everyone. We believe that the open-source community as a whole should not only be sharing source code, but also data about that source code and how it is used. Ecosystems with incentive structures that are aligned with maintainers and value their work fairly will enable groundbreaking improvements in open-source business models and the sustainability of the larger community.

  • haskell
  • Open Source
  • NIX
  • Technology
  • Seed
  • People: 1-9
  • Founded: 2019

Technology

Software Stack

(6)
  • Haskell
  • NIX
  • Open Source
  • Vue.js
  • servant
  • TypeScript/JavaScript

Infrastructure

(2)
  • AWS
  • KUBERNETES

Testing

Manual
Fully automated

Ops

DevOps
Dedicated Ops team

Time to deploy

More than 5 hours
Less than 1 hour

Benefits

Culture

(2)
  • Remote Working
  • Flexible Working

Health & Wellness

(1)
  • Health Insurance

Vacation

(2)
  • Paid Sick Days
  • Generous PTO

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  • Technology
  • Seed
  • People: 1-9
  • Founded: 2019

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How we work

We're in the very early stages. Nothing is set in stone and every part of our culture and company is yours to help shape. We're a fully remote team currently distributed across the US. Working with us means autonomy and flexibility. We like to have some overlap in our work hours as a team, but otherwise your schedule is up to you. Due to our distributed nature, we have a strong focus on clear communication. As part of our team, your written communication skills (largely chat-based) will be crucial, though we tend to jump on video calls regularly too. We strive to foster open and concise communication that is direct yet always empathetic.

We are an inclusive and welcoming team, no matter your background.

We work hard to have an amazing developer environment and experience, and put significant effort into ensuring our development toolchain is nothing short of state-of-the-art. We love coding and our codebase is fun to work on. We love statically-typed functional programming, if you're into that sort of thing.

We contribute to open-source and publish as much of our own code as we can. We engage with the open-source community as we strive to move it forward.