Join our app developers, strategists and designers
We're always hungry to learn new things. Work alongside strategists, designers and app developers pushing to build unique digital solutions.
We bring our personalities to work and our work to the community.
At Table XI, you’ll work alongside musicians, foodies, academic researchers, artists, entrepreneurs, writers and parents who take tremendous pride in the technology solutions they create.
We like to keep things interesting. If you’re curious, talented and hungry, we want to hear from you.
Benefits that make a difference
Work is just part of what makes Table XI a fun place to be. We’re a humble, curious group of people who love to learn, collaborate, and teach. We also have great benefits.
“When you work with smart, interesting people, you want to foster an easy opportunity to learn from them and get their advice. Plus — the whole office smells incredible right around 11:30.”
—Mark Rickmeier, COO, on the importance of in-house lunch and chef
How the Google Ventures Design Sprint taught me about the value of UX
As a project manager, it’s my job to help clients understand the value of what we’re doing. But when clients would ask about UX design, I didn’t feel like I had a good answer. I know that the value is there, but I could not voice it to my clients as well as I can for development.
I wanted to be able to better inform my clients and better advocate for my coworkers, so I added getting a better understanding of UX design to my professional development goals. Find out what happened.
“I interviewed at a lot of places, and nowhere else had the same homey vibe or showed me the same respect as a brand-new programmer that Table XI did.”
—Pete Brooks on his journey from apprentice to full-time developer
We believe in diversity and inclusivity
At Table XI, our product is our people. To deliver the best solutions, we need as many bright and diverse minds in the room as possible, and we need to be able to learn from them once they’re there. That’s why we’re working to create an environment that’s comfortable and inclusive for everyone.
Our diversity and inclusivity team is dedicated to helping us become more aware and responsive. Through surveys, speakers and conversations, we’re collecting the data we need to iterate on our own culture, so we can make this the workplace we want it to be.
We know the tech industry isn't always as welcoming as it should be. But we're happy to do the work of making it better, both at our company and in our community.
- BlendConf (Charlotte, NC)
- Chicago Ideas Week (Chicago, IL)
- City of Broad Shoulders (Chicago, IL)
- Chicago Ruby (Chicago, IL)
- CodeMash (Sandusky, Oh)
- Distill (San Fran, CA)
- Geekfest (Chicago IL)
- LessConf (Panama City FL)
- Madison Ruby (Madison, WI)
- Mountain West RubyConf (Salt Lake City, UT)
- Nickel City Ruby ( Buffalo NY)
- Pecha Kucha Night (Chicago and Tokyo)
- Technori (Chicago)
- Techweek (Chicago)
- Rails Conf (Portland, Chicago, Kansas City)
- Rails Club - Moscow, Russia
- Ruby Conf (San Antonio, TX)
- Ruby Remote Conf (everywhere and nowhere)
- Scottish Ruby Conference (Perthshire, Scotland)
- Steel City Ruby (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Windy City Rails (Chicago IL)
“Noel Rappin’s book, Rails 4 Test Prescriptions, was the most practical and least dogmatic thing that I’d ever read about testing.”
—Pete Brooks, developer, on working with experts at Table XI
“This is a really unique opportunity to learn about other cultures, pair with amazing people and connect to the broader software community outside of Chicago.”
—Jason Hanggi, developer, Jason Hanggi, developer, on his international exchange with Plataformatec in Brazil
"We found a way to make children and work compatible, and we all won: I continue to provide value to TXI, TXI continues to employ me and my baby benefits from a mom who’s professionally fulfilled AND excited to play everyday at 2pm."
—Alicia Drucker, Director of Delivery, on having her first child
“We’re very intentional here. I came to Table XI with years of experience, but our approach to frontend structure has made me an exponentially better developer. I will use these philosophies for the rest of my career.”
—Aly Fluckey, UX developer, on her experiences at Table XI