Empowering developers with the freedom to be creative when building software at scale
Developing complex applications does not need to be complex. We believe that the process of developing software must become significantly simpler than it is today for scaling teams and the impact that they have. Our team has first-hand experience and empathy from having experienced the challenges of developing software at scale. We founded Signadot to equip developers with superpowers, strike down complexity, and enable creative and collaborative problem solving for building the cloud-native applications of the future.
/ our values & culture
We genuinely care about and respect our team members. We realize we win as a team and have fun along the way!
Think Big
We love to think big and outside the box. We foster an environment where ideas are freely shared and discussed.
Bias towards action
We are biased towards trying things and iterating fast. As a young startup we seek to accelerate learning.
/ our fully remote team

Arjun Iyer

CEO / Co-founder

San Mateo, CA

Anirudh Ramanathan

CTO / Co-founder

San Mateo, CA

James Singh

Software Engineer

Seattle, WA

Scott Cotton

Software Engineer

Grenoble, France

Daniel De Vera

Software Engineer

Ciudad de la Costa, Uruguay

Robert Jackiewicz

Software Engineer

Toronto, Canada

David Polstra

Marketing Director

Denver, CO

Nočnica Mellifera

Head of Developer Relations

Portland, OR

We're looking for engineers who are enthusiastic about our mission of simplifying cloud native development.

/ our investors

Supported by the best in the industry.

/ angel investors

Our vast support network.

Jason Warner

Former CTO,


Adam Gross

Former CEO,


Timothy Chen

Managing Partner,

Essence VC

Chris Golda

Founding Partner,

Rogue Capital

Allison Pickens

General Partner,

The New Normal Fund

John Kodumal

CTO / Co-founder,


Joseph Abebe

Former Head of Finance,


Martin Gontovnikas


HyperGrowth Partners

Sebastien Pahl



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