Our vision is to bring more innovation, efficiency, and equality of opportunity to the world by building an open financial system. Our first step on that journey is making digital currency accessible and approachable for everyone. Two principles guide our efforts. First, be the most trusted company in our domain. Second, create user-focused products that are easier and more delightful to use.
The Reliability Engineering team helps realize that vision by supporting Coinbase engineering teams to build software that is world-class in terms of its reliability. As a core service team, Coinbase Reliability Engineers work closely with the rest of engineering. We actively seek out and gather the state-of-the-art, best practices from the industry at large. Through education and advocacy, we seek to ensure that reliability is a core value of our engineering culture. We level up other engineers by sharing deep knowledge, performing proactive analysis and improving processes, tools, and automation. Ultimately, Reliability Engineering succeeds when all engineering teams are able to build reliable software on their own.
Our Reliability Engineering team highly values individuals with intellectual curiosity and openness. We collaborate across the organization, helping our engineers think big and take risks while building a culture of diversity, positive energy and blameless truth-seeking. We encourage self-starting on high-impact projects within the context of strong support and mentorship.
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