Join the first annual PEAK WEEK Aug 1 to 7, 2016.
Go summit a peak during the week. Then log your climb on peakery to earn coveted peakery stickers.
We look forward to seeing your photos & following along with your adventures in the mountains.
We’re looking for an experienced developer to join us in building peakery into the leading mountain climbing and hiking site on the web.
If you’re looking for a fun place to apply your dev skills and love the outdoors this is a great opportunity to mix the two passions. We can be really flexible to meet what you’re looking for.
- Ideally you have full-stack experience building other web apps using our stack of Django and Postgres but far more important is a demonstrated passion and proficiency with coding in general.
- Can be a shorter-term engagement or a much longer-term one depending on what you’re looking for. For the right person, we’re flexible!
- We see a huge phase of development coming up ASAP. After that there will be ongoing work opportunities as peakery continues to grow and expands onto mobile.
- Would be best if you’re based in the SF area (we just moved from Seattle last week!), but we’re definitely open to a remote working relationship.
If you’re interested, hit us up at email@example.com.
peakery members: please forward this post to your developer friends. If you help us find someone we’ll send you a fresh batch of peakery stickers (and start cranking out new improvements for you faster!). Thanks a ton.
peakery member Justin Raphaelson from Massachusetts recently interviewed peakery founder Scott Kendall about the origins of peakery and where it’s headed.
Check out the full interview on Justin’s blog.
peakery is happy to support Justin’s cross-country roadtrip that started today. Along the way, he plans to tackle an impressive list of peaks across the American West. Look out for his summit logs coming soon. Here are some of the peaks he plans to climb in his ambitious itinerary:
- Kit Carson Mountain, Colorado
- Challenger Point, Colorado
- Crestone Needle, Colorado
- Crestone Peak, Colorado
- Humboldt Peak, Colorado
- Mount Moran, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
- Borah Peak, Idaho
- Mount Hood, Oregon
- Mount Adams, Washington
- Mount Baker, Washington (or perhaps Mount Shuksan, Mount Stuart, or Mount Olympus)
- Granite Peak, Montana
Good luck Justin!