Turing is a Palo Alto, California-based 'deep' jobs platform that connects exceptional software engineers from around the world to top U.S. and Silicon Valley companies hiring for remote software positions.
What does Turing do?
Turing is constantly on the look for talented developers who can effectively communicate and be great teammates and possess high engineering capability and practical fluency with a technical stack or domain that our customers value. In other words, Turing hires engineers who can immediately be highly productive with one of our customers.
Who are the founders of Turing?
Turing is led by Stanford University alumni and successful A.I. entrepreneurs Jonathan Siddharth and Vijay Krishnan, whose last A.I. company, Rover, leveraged elite remote talent and had a successful acquisition.
Turing is also backed by well-known investors like:
- Adam D'Angelo (Facebook's first CTO & CEO at Quora)
- WestBridge Capital
- Foundation Capital (backers of Netflix & Uber)
- Founders Fund
- Beerud Sheth (the founder of Upwork)
- Executives from Google, Facebook, Amazon,Twitter, Microsoft and others.