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What do you do at AeroFS? I work on everything having to do with our product. This means listening to our users, interpreting data, prioritizing features, designing new experiences, writing requirements, setting timelines, removing roadblocks, identifying new bugs, and getting feedback. What is the most interesting thing you’ve done at AeroFS? I ran usability-testing sessionsREAD MORE
The team at AeroFS recently got hit with a case of spring fever for which the only cure is baseball! So this week we adventured up to the City, home of the San Francisco Giants, to catch some fun in the sun and a ball game. Those of us who are Peninsula dwellers got the party started with early morningREAD MORE
Today it’s been raining cats and dogs in Palo Alto, but on Monday it was a ripe 86 degrees. Weather forecasters that we are, we celebrated Earth Day early this week by strapping on our hiking boots and hosting a company off-site in the Santa Cruz mountains. After a hearty breakfast, we all packed ourREAD MORE
On Tuesday, the AeroFS team embarked on our most physically demanding project to date: Invasive Plant Removal. We spent the afternoon volunteering with Acterra, an environmental non-profit in Silicon Valley. One of their main projects is working to restore habitats in several open spaces around the Peninsula while providing environmental education in the process. WeREAD MORE
We’re happy to announce that as of last month, AeroFS officially offers paid maternity and paternity leave! In case of birth or adoption of a new child, AeroFS employees of any gender are eligible for: 10 weeks leave, paid at 100% of salary, 8 weeks additional leave, paid at 50% of salary, and 10 weeksREAD MORE
We recently held our third internal Hackathon, and the results far exceeded our expectations. Aside from the intangible benefits to teamwork and culture, literally every project had one or more elements that we are productizing and integrating into AeroFS. One of the most important aspects of a hackathon is that it is a safe environment for the critical workREAD MORE
“We liked what we saw today and we’re ready to make you an offer.” I still remember hearing Yuri, one of the co-founders of AeroFS, tell me that after a grueling full day of interviews at their office this past January. A lot has happened since then, and now I’m almost finished with my summerREAD MORE