Developers Advocate at Checkmarx (Ramat Gan, Israel)

Developers Advocate at Checkmarx (Ramat Gan, Israel)

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Location: Ramat Gan, Israel
Type: Full Time
Created: 2021-06-18 05:01:18

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The SCA group in Checkmarx is looking for a developer advocate to help us establish relations with the open-source community, contribute to open-source projects, design and develop open-source SDKs, and participate in meetups and conventions.

About Us

The Software Composition Analysis (SCA) group develops products which help manage the risks involved in dealing with open-source software, containers, third party APIs and more. We are developing a new and cool Application Security SaaS product based on the most modern technologies and principles.

We are working with the most cutting-edge technologies, building a new and exciting cloud service using C# on .NET 5, Python, AWS, Docker, Postgres, Elasticsearch, Redis, Kafka and more.

We greatly value independent, curious, and sharp people with knowledge in cyber security, cloud, software engineering, open-source tech - and most of all - we are looking for awesome people to work with.


  • Lead cross-team efforts to release infrastructure solutions as open-source projects
  • Contribute and guide other developers in the group to contribute to open-source projects that are relevant to the product or to our R&D in general
  • Participate in meetups and events and be Checkmarx SCA ambassador in software developer communities
  • Lead the development of various SDKs for our product APIs, as open-source projects


  • Passion for open source, software development and the software developers community
  • 3+ years of software development experience (C#, .NET Core – a plus)
  • Proven, considerate contribution in popular open-source projects
  • Expertise in open-source development practices
  • Proven record of giving lectures in meetups and events

Bonus Points

  • Background in Cyber Security
  • Blogs, publications around tech and software development in various social networks