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Ask HN: Which BigCorps Hire Remote Software Engineers?
13 points by fargo on Feb 13, 2019 | hide | past | favorite | 6 comments



http://basedremote.com/ is an excel list of companies offering remote positions, you can filter the list, albeit not by size. At first glance the following match your criteria (don't know exactly what your criteria are for BigCorp) https://www.salesforce.com/ https://www.palantir.net/ http://www.oreilly.com/ https://www.digitalocean.com/ http://www.linuxfoundation.org/


Here's a list of remote-only companies:

https://www.remoteonly.org/

Most big companies will allow for remote work, if you're good enough.


I am not particularly interested in remote-only or remote-first companies. I am mostly interested in tech companies of >10k employees who also hire remote software engineers


Red Hat is known to hire remote software engineers.


Second that. If you have RedHat in presence in your country, it is usually fairly easy, unless you would be hired for junior position/internship.

I have worked with remote-developers based in Czech Republic, Germany, Spain, France and Ireland, when working at RedHat.


I don’t think any of them really actively hire remote engineers unless you have a very niche skill set they need.

But I’ve heard of instances where someone works at BigCo for a very long time, makes themselves very valuable and then move somewhere with no office presence for family reasons but continue to work.




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