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Software Engineer
Desmos is on a mission to improve the quality of math education in every classroom. We do this by letting teachers and students access rich, interactive, and pedagogically sound math experiences right on their browser. Building high-quality math content is no easy task, and requires close collaboration between teachers, designers and engineers, as well as constant testing in real classrooms.

Our engineering team builds elegant and flexible systems that can quickly respond to design and pedagogy demands. We are often tasked with coming up with creative solutions to get an interaction feeling just right. We empower our teachers and designers to create delightful and meaningful math experiences.

What you should show up ready to teach anyone on your first day:
How a healthy engineering culture and practices help build production quality software.
A 5-minute summary of any basic computer science topic.
Design decisions in a piece of code you wrote, including alternatives and trade offs you made.
How you would improve this piece of code?
What you’ll learn more about after you’re hired:
Our commitment to accessibility and how to keep accessibility in mind during the development process.
Our approach to building software that works every time - scoping, design, architecture, code review, testing, automation, monitoring, etc.
How to build rich browser interactions like our Marbleslides activities, this awesome graph, and some delightful geometry.
Within your first week, you’ll:
Introduce yourself on Slack to your new co-workers!
Learn about our process for writing, testing, and deploying code.
Ship your first piece of code to production!
Within your first month, you’ll:
Familiarize yourself with Typescript and our in-house, front-end framework.
Complete your first user-facing feature in collaboration with other teams (design, business, teaching faculty).
Start reviewing code from other engineers on the team, bringing your keen eye for pragmatic and elegant solutions to challenging problems.
Within your first three months, you’ll:
Be the technical lead on your first major project, guiding it from design to implementation.
Participate in goal setting to help determine the direction of the company and our engineering priorities for the near future.
Visit a classroom to watch students use our technology to learn mathematics.
Within your first year, you’ll:
Attend a math education conference with the Desmos team to get to know our users and better understand the role that Desmos plays in the classroom.
Be a technical lead on a quarter level goal for the company.
Become the company’s expert on one or more areas of the code base.
Help hire and onboard new members of the engineering team.
Take a vacation to recharge. We do our best work when we’re happy and well-rested.
Learn more about our company! Then send an email to with “Software Engineer” in the subject. Include your resume and a cover letter that helps us understand your preparation for the work we’ve described above.>>>
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What to say when a job interviewer asks, ‘Do you have any questions?’
What to say when a job interviewer asks, ‘Do you have any questions?’
August 10, 2018, 9:00 AM EDT
One of the most important moments of a job interview comes just before the end, when the hiring manager asks, "Do you have any questions for me?"
According to bestselling management author and CNBC contributor Suzy Welch, how you respond to this question, "the finale of your job interview," can either make you a front-runner for the job or significantly hurt your chances.
While you may be tempted to ask a simple question — for instance, "What would a typical day be like for me?" — doing so won't help you stand out.
"Don't do it," she says. "It's so expected. It's not particularly thoughtful. And it's probably already been covered."
Make the most of that crucial last opportunity to shine. According to the leadership and career expert, the best questions to ask a hiring manager should accomplish these two things:
1. Show you've been listening
"This is your chance to show you were fully engaged," Welch says. "Focus in on an aspect of the job as it's been described."
To show you've been paying attention, ask a question that digs deeper into part of the job description they laid out for you.
A great example of this, Welch says, is something like, "Mary said part of my job would be interfacing with the operations team. I'd love to hear a little more about what that entails."
2. Show you think big
Next, demonstrate that you think "expansively" by asking a forward-looking question on an industry-related topic.
"Go up to 20,000 feet," Welch says, "and ask about the competition, the industry."
You can ask about a new product or feature the company just rolled out, or you can inquire about a trend that's impacting the sector, citing an article you recently read.
A good example of this, Welch says, is saying something like: "I just read an interesting article about how your competitors are using artificial intelligence. How are you thinking about that development?"
That type of question shows your potential boss you are already thinking about the company and how it works.
"Show in a positive way that you're excited about the future," Welch says, "and that a part of your brain is already there."
And while you're thinking about what to ask, remember there are also topics you should avoid. Under no circumstances should you bring up salary or benefits during the interview.
"That's for after you get the offer," says Welch.
This is an updated version of a post that appeared previously.
Video by Mary Stevens .
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