Building reliable software is in our blood; we know this stuff because we live this stuff.
In 2006, we at Pivotal Labs built Tracker for our own client projects. We wanted to simplify constructive communication, make priorities clear, and allow our projects to adapt as customer needs evolved. Ten years later, we’re constantly striving to perfect that mission.
We’re also a keystone in the Pivotal experience, which is transforming how companies—from small startups to expansive enterprises—build software. Together, we’re helping teams evolve their collaboration and agile development so they can continuously deliver quality software.
As for the Tracker team: we are a parade of individual personalities who Voltron into a passionate unit, greater than the sum of its parts. We’re nimble and focused, with a dash of idealism, a fondness for turtles, and a Support mascot named Pierre. We have partners, kids, dogs, cats, and two different sizes of donkeys. We have team outings (e.g., picnics, curling, and paintball), can hike and cycle with the best of them, and we know our way around a craft beer list.
Our team continues to grow and we seek other enthusiastic, experienced folks to be a part of that. Interested?
If you join our small team, you can count on daily catered breakfasts, a highly collaborative approach, and more ping-pong than is typically legal.
Denver has innovative restaurants, outdoor activities, and great weather. We also have a brand-new office with a selection of coffee options, beverages and sodas both fancy and familiar, endless snacks, and scenic patios. (The tea selection needs work, but helping us with that could be one of your many contributions.)
Pairing is a core part of our discipline. We practice test-driven development, encourage regular refactoring, and embrace retrospectives (usually with wine and cheese).