• blorp (unregistered)

    this should really be marked as sponsored content....

  • Fred (unregistered)

    "Instead we"

    Alternatively, I could

  • Guy from Brazil (unregistered)

    Are you guys accepting applicants from Brazil, to work remotely ?

  • (nodebb)

    Cleveland rocks! Nope, Cleveland sucks! (I'm a Cleveland ex-pat, so I can say that)

  • Bruce W (unregistered)

    Intriguing... My brother just relocated to Cleveland and was trying to convince me to work at his company. Alex, your company sounds way better than his :D .

  • someone (unregistered)

    Surely "Enterprise" and "Non-WTF" should never be used to describe the same thing?

  • WTFGuy (unregistered)

    What's their tech stack look like and do they want remote workers?

  • WTFGuy (unregistered)

    What's their tech stack look like and do they want remote workers?

    Or is this whole post a giant whoosh?? Nothing WTFer than a small-but-growing-fast non-WTF company.

  • doubting_poster (unregistered)

    the real WTF is selling out. Most US visitors of the site won't even care about Cleveland, let alone the rest of the world.

  • RLB (unregistered)

    Cleveland... I'd rather work in Upper Sandusky.

  • (nodebb)

    Could I work from Dayton?

  • Little Bobby Tables (unregistered)

    I'd love to apply, but I want to know what I am expected to do to "particulate".

  • Diane B (unregistered)

    One of the great things about Cleveland is you can visit Pittsburgh in only two hours.

    (Ha ha, Pittsburgher here obv. But in spite of the rivalry between our two cities I can honestly say every time I've been to Cleveland I had a great time. Nice people.)

  • MeRp (unregistered)

    I call BS: no Visual Studio shop is the most non-WTF company I know, because they have a huge WTF built in; Visual Studio, and a second WTF prerequisite; Windows.

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