Into Tech: Low-code, Error Monitoring, AI Companies, and More

This past week’s newly funded startups, jobs, and tips

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Newly Funded Startups


It seems like low/no code platforms are popping up everyday. Paragon wants to capitalize on the trend with their simple platform that helps businesses quickly create new functionality for their software. They announced a $2.5 million Seed round.


Alright, I bet many of you haven’t heard of this one but it’s super cool. Density has built an anonymous person counting system. Density has many use cases, whether it’s a coffee shop that wants to understand how many people come in or workplaces want to ensure they are keeping their employees safe with capacity enforcement. They just announced a $51 million Series C.


Chorus leverages AI to analyze sales calls and provides insight to teams to learn what skills need to be developed. It helps track quantifiable improvements over time, and prove the impact of sales techniques. They have raised a $45 million round Series C.

Job Opportunities

FYI: if you see 2+ years of experience on a job post, apply anyway

Sales Engineer (SF) | Bugsnag

Bugsnag helps companies process over 1 billion crash reports daily from 85,000 applications, and empowers customers to make data-driven decisions on when to focus on building new features, or when to fix bugs.

Software Engineer (S. SF) | Alpha Health

Alpha Health is building technology that organizes all healthcare information to reduce the cost of care and improve the patient experience.

Product Education Engineer (Remote) | Hashicorp

HashiCorp is a fast-growing startup that solves development, operations, and security challenges in infrastructure so organizations can focus on business-critical tasks.

Tips & Tricks

If you see a company you like but don’t see any available positions on their careers page, go to their LinkedIn and click See all (number) of employees. Reach out to one or more of the employees who may be able to tell you more about the company and if there are any roles available that would fit your skillset.

The top 20 most valuable venture-backed AI companies

Pretty cool list of AI companies. Look through these and see if any of them interest you.’s Job Collections

I just discovered these collections, had no idea AngelList made them! They’ve got some goodies in there: Unicorn Startups Hiring and Hot Healthcare Startups Hiring Now and many more. Definitely spend some time going through each of these collections and checking out all the companies on the lists.

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