There's a reason we do what we do, and a way we've committed to doing it. These make up our core values. We expect them to change and grow as we do, but for now, we think they're pretty accurate.
The dedication, contributions, and success of our community is what keeps us going. Our first and only goal is to help you master your data.
The only slow-mover at Pilosa is our mascot, Pi. The rest of us work hard and fast to ensure the integrity of our products and the support of our community.
We believe that success comes to those who work for it, so we never shy away from a challenge. We will do whatever it takes to solve problems, squash bugs, and build the best products.
Hard work requires sacrifice. We are willing to go the distance to ensure the success of our projects, our community, and our employees.
Our culture is more than what we do, it's who we are.
Our people are our most important asset. That’s why we offer 100% employer-paid health insurance (medical, dental & vision).
We are committed to creating and maintaining a diverse environment that is friendly to all, including families of all shapes and sizes. We offer 16 weeks paid leave for new mothers, 10 weeks for new fathers, and 10 weeks for adoptive/foster parents.
We offer flexible hours and remote opportunities so that our employees can build a schedule that works for them. We also offer unlimited vacation so they can relax, unwind, and explore.
Knowledge drives innovation. From attending industry conferences to becoming inspirational leaders, we support our employees in their efforts to grow their skills.
Our snack bar is filled with healthy goodies, delicious coffee, and all-you-can-drink La Croix.
We offer fitness rewards, a discounted gym membership, and a new Fitbit for every employee.
Pilosa was born and bred in Austin, TX. Since Pilosa is written in Go, it's only natural that we support the Austin Golang User Group.
If you're looking for speakers, sponsors, or support, let us know! We're committed to giving back to our hometown by promoting diversity in the Austin tech community.