J. Tingle remembers the moment when he decided to really pursue getting a job at Skuid. He visited the company’s booth at a Salesforce event in New York City a few years ago, about a month after Skuid was founded. He applied for a developer job there and was invited to meet Ken, the CEO, and a few other employees to discuss the opportunity further, and to check out how the product worked in a demo.
“I have this very clear memory of, literally, this lady’s jaw dropping during a demo,” J. says. “She pointed to the screen and she said, ‘And we can have this right now?’” That’s when he decided he needed to join Skuid as a software engineer.