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Developer Relations Intern


**About Escape** Already used by thousands of developers, Escape is an automated security testing tool that helps them secure their GraphQL APIs during the development life cycle. By simulating cyberattacks based on Machine Learning, Escape is the first company ever able to detect security flaws before they reach production. Founded in 2020, the company has already raised $1.6 Million and has successfully positioned itself as one of the most promising European cybersecurity start-ups in winning the Grand Défi Cyber delivered by Bpifrance and the ANSSI. Meanwhile, the start-up also received the X-Grant Silicon Valley Prize that fostered its entry into the international competition game as a major security provider. The founders are graduate students from Polytechnique & HEC (CTO) and ENSTA & HEC (CEO). Both finished their studies in the United States at the University of California, Berkeley. The rest of the team is composed of passionates who come from the most prestigious French Universities: École Polytechnique, Télécom Paris, HEC Paris, Sciences Po Paris… **Escape is now recruiting its talented Developer Relations Intern, be the next one!** 🚀

Description du poste

**Missions** As a Developer Relations Intern, you will contribute to gather a community of developers around Escape. You will be in charge of building and maintaining strong relationships with developers. You will then exercise high responsibilities and have an immediate impact in the success of the company by: * Creating technical content and white papers on API security best practices * Participating to open-source projects related to Escape’s activity and communicating about them * Growing, supporting, and inspiring a community of developers and content publishers * Tracking ongoing features improvements to align our platform with developers’ needs * Implementing and improving communication processes







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