About Antithesis

Antithesis is a continuous reliability platform that autonomously searches for problems in your software within a simulated environment. Every problem we find can be perfectly reproduced, allowing for efficient debugging of even the most complex problems.

Find out more at antithesis.com.

About the position

We're looking for senior engineers to join our effort to build a first-of-its-kind hypervisor. We're pushing the bounds of what a hypervisor can do with requirements you won't find anywhere else. Part of the effort is getting stock Linux kernels to run as efficiently as possible on our new stack. If you're not afraid to get your hands dirty at the lowest-levels of the stack, we want to hear from you.

We're doing things nobody has done before, so we don't require expertise with any specific language or framework, etc. Mainly we care that: you're smart, get things done, a joy to work with, and are comfortable dealing with open-ended/poorly-defined problems. That said, it would be a plus if you're familiar with one or more of:

  • Kernel-mode C
  • Linux kernel internals
  • The x86 ISA

If that sounds like you, include with your resume a brief (one to two paragraph) explanation of an interesting technical challenge you've faced.