Python Developer for Technical Writing (Remote)
Posted on: November 22, 2021
AssemblyAI (www.assemblyai.com) is the #1 rated API for Speech
Recognition. Thousands of developers use our APIs to transcribe
millions of videos, podcasts, phone calls, and zoom meetings every
day - powering innovative products like visual voicemail, meeting
summarizers, and closed captioning.
We're backed by leading investors including Y Combinator, John and
Patrick Collison of Stripe, Daniel Gross, and Nat Friedman. We were
founded in 2017.
AssemblyAI's brand new Developer Education team focuses on creating
high quality programming and machine learning content for the
developer community. In addition, our Developer Educators also
create tutorials and example projects with the AssemblyAI API, new
AssemblyAI features, and interact with our community of developers
on Reddit, Hacker News, and Discord.
Content created by our Developer Education team can be blog posts,
tutorials, YouTube videos, and similar pieces of content.
To see the work our Developer Education team has been up to so far,
you can check out the below content:
- Speech Recognition with Python
- What is Batch Normalization?
- DeepSpeech Tutorial
- 3+ years of experience with Python
- Some experience with Machine Learning or Deep Learning
libraries like PyTorch, TensorFlow, Keras, SciPy, etc.
- A proven interest in creating educational or interesting
developer content (blogs, open source projects, etc.)
- A plus would be some experience with SEO or marketing
- Experience with writing scalable, reliable, performant and
overall high quality components and applications
- Experience working with API's
- Start-up experience
- Competitive salary
- 100% Remote team
- Unlimited PTO
- Premium Healthcare (100% Covered)
- Dental and vision care
- $1K budget for your home office setup
- New Macbook Pro (or PC if you prefer)
- 3-4x/year company paid team retreats
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