Developer Relations – Compute Over Data

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Protocol Labs


The Developer Relations team, Compute over Data (Bacalhau), sits under the Engineering and Research in Protocol Labs and is responsible for driving the adoption of Bacalhau at scale
We are a rapidly growing team tasked with accelerating Bacalhau onboarding by creating a developer community, supporting documentation, and improving the developer experience
We are building the bridge between IPFS/Filecoin data and mass computation over data adoption
We are building a byzantine fault-tolerant distributed compute network that performs computations over data of any size, available on IPFS or via URL

The Bacalhau team is looking for an extraordinary Developer Relations Engineer to rally developers and data engineers around the world to help scale the adoption of Bacalhau and enable them to deploy their computations on Bacalhau

Day-to-day, you might help us respond to community support questions, coordinate online and offline events, and write technical guides or update existing documentation
Week-to-week in this role, you might work on your next big demo, help plan larger conferences, or help identify a new web3/data engineering community to onboard

This role is technical and requires traveling
If youโ€™re up for the challenge, weโ€™d love for you to apply


  • Writing and maintaining tutorials, guides, and documentation to help data owners understand the value proposition of Bacalhau and onboard petabytes of data seamlessly
  • Owning the development of technical case studies and pushing these to our community through various channels (blogs, social, docs, etc
  • Organizing community events around new releases and milestones
  • Anything else that helps bring our project to the world and gets feedback from actual users

Ideal candidates will have…

  • Extremely strong interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
  • Experience writing documentation or producing other content to synthesize and simplify technical concepts for technical and non-technical audiences
  • Familiarity with peer-to-peer, decentralized, or blockchain technologies
  • Experience with developer relations and developer support
  • A technical background, and can code in one or more languages (preferably Rust, Python, Go, Javascript/TypeScript)
  • And will enjoy taking the initiative to solve open-ended problems

Preferred Qualifications…

  • Experience with creating highly technical content, tutorials, and blogs
  • Experience speaking at conferences, developer summits, or virtual events
  • Experience working in or managing open-source software communities
  • Experience teaching, writing, or hosting workshops

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