Developer Relations Intern


About the role

DevRel Interns at Sentry write real code, create real content, and bring technical education to developers everywhere.

In this role you will
  • Be paired with an existing Sentry Advocate as a guide
  • Design, develop, and ship an open source technical demo to use throughout the content you will create
  • Design, develop, and ship a content series to help other early-in-career developers learn how to use Sentry in projects of all sizes
  • Integrate content into broader marketing campaigns to increase your reach

You’ll love this job if you
  • Love to tinker, create, explain, teach, learn, and are looking for a way to combine them all
  • Are interested in how technical content is created and integrated into campaigns, while maintaining authenticity and actionability throughout the content
  • Want to learn how to support developers in over 100 languages and frameworks, without being an expert in all of those technologies
  • Explore how open source works at a tech company that also offers a SaaS product

  • Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or post-graduate degree program in Computer Science (or similar)
  • At least 1 previous internship or equivalent practical experience
  • Experience with Python, JavaScript, Java or a similar dynamic programming language through internships, personal projects (GitHub), or coding competitions
  • You know the fundamentals of algorithms and data structures
  • You have published written or video content (e.g. blog, tutorial). Can be on personal accounts or part of a previous role. Ideally technical content, but should be at least educational in some way
  • Willing to relocate to San Francisco or Toronto for the duration of your internship (we’ll get you here and provide a housing stipend)
  • This position begins May 2024
  • Please note visa sponsorship is not available for this position

The base salary range (or hourly wage range, if applicable) that Sentry reasonably expects to pay for this position is $45.00 per hour. A successful candidate’s actual base salary (or hourly wage) amount will be determined by a variety of relevant factors including, without limitation, the candidate’s work location, education, work and other relevant experience, skills, and job-related knowledge. A successful candidate will be eligible to participate in Sentry’s employee benefit plans/programs applicable to the candidate’s position (including incentive compensation, equity grants, paid time off, and group health insurance coverage). See Sentry Benefits for more details about the Company’s benefit plans/programs.

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