We want companies to spend 0 time on bugs

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Our Founding team at Bird - Dan, Jacky and Francisco

team meetings on around

Our Bird team in Around, our tool for team meetings and game nights (sometimes with disco ball backgrounds...)

team gatherings in berlin

A few of us are based in Berlin, so we love an in-person meet-up if any fellow team member visits the city.

Team events shared on slack

We stay connected by sharing moments of our lives on Slack - from our weekend activities to enviable lunches!

Our Story

The problem: all software has bugs, this has and probably will never change. Pair this with increasing software complexity, a culture of "MVPs" and building things faster, it's getting harder and harder to maintain a high quality in products, which ultimately hurts the end users.

Bird combines screen recording with automatically captured technical logs to allow even non-technical people to create proper data-rich bug reports - make it much easier and faster to fix bugs. Our vision is to help companies build products that work perfectly, taking care of quality so that companies can focus on building better features.

How we work

We work fully remotely. We've been a remote-first company from day 1, and now a team spread all over the world. We value the flexibility between work and lifestyle that remote working brings.

We work autonomously and asynchronously. We believe in a smarter way of working which is more compatible with remote working. You are completely free to shape your work day. So in order to have some predictable overlap for the team to collaborate, we set our core time to 14:00-18:00 CET.

We like to be lean with process and meetings. "I spend all day in meetings and have no time to do actual work". Everyone complains about this, yet it happens everywhere. We make a conscious effort to keep our processes minimal, and regularly question the need for any recurring meetings. All to maximise the time we have to get real work done.

We value real feedback. Saying nice things is easy, saying what you really think takes courage and respect from both sides. So we put a lot of effort into creating an environment where people feel like they can say what matters. It's hard work to create and maintain this and requires effort from everyone.

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Why you should join us

Latest software - we provide our team to latest softwares like Vue.js, Slack, Notion, Linear, Figma

Fully remote work environment - we provide you the tools you need to support your productivity

30 days paid vacations - plenty of time to recharge throughout the year

Latest hardware - brand new MacBook Pro (or PC if you prefer), displays and accessories

Flexible work hours - flexibility in shaping your work day

Great team - weekly remote team activities to keep the spirits high

Why you should join us

  • (Really) fully remote

    Our team works from all over the world.

  • Optional office

    Get a co-working space membership if you need it.

  • 30 Days paid vacation

    A rested team is a productive team.

  • Work with modern tech

    Get the latest Mac/PC and accessories (e.g. display)

  • Flexible work hours

    One of the real advantages of remote work.

  • Great team

    Weekly remote activities to keep the spirits high.

Our stack at a glance


  • Slack
  • Notion
  • Around
  • Linear
  • Figma
  • GitHub


  • Vue.js
  • Node.js
  • PostgreSQL
  • Graphql
  • Hasura
  • GCP
  • Terraform
  • Docker

Our hiring process

We review every application and will get back to you if we think we’re a good fit.
Here’s how the process generally looks:

  • 1

    Screening call

    Intro call with our recruiter to get to know you and let you learn more about Bird.
  • 2

    Skills check

    This could be a pair programming session, or take home challenge depending on the role.
  • 3

    Technical interview

    Interview with a future team member to deep dive into your technical skills.
  • 4

    Founders interview

    Final round with the founders of the company to see if we’re a good fit culturally.
  • Offer