<aside> 🖥️ “it doesn't make sense to hire smart people and then tell them what to do; we hire smart people so they can tell us what to do” ~ steve jobs



our mission is to build an aligned and fully autonomous data organization

textql is building autonomous driving for the modern data stack. ai will soon feel more like a colleague and less like a tool - this will fundamentally change how people work, learn, and live. starting with data analysts, textql aims to create a fully autonomous data organization, empowering everyone to spend their time using data instead working with data


textql's mission is to fully automate every single step in the lifecycle of data.

read about our mission

everyone should wake up every day with curated insights prepared for them

if the data's not there? point ana to the source and she'll build the pipeline automatically

if the data's not clean? tell ana what it should look like and she'll clean it automatically

not sure what to ask? we'll personalize questions for you automatically

someone should be able to ask a question, and have a data pipeline built on the fly, have it backfill historical data, and have all of that infrastructure setup by ai.

real values

some meta about value-setting: we believe values don't mean anything if they don't have clear tradeoffs. if you try to have your cake and eat it too - you're just laying out a platitude.

in other words, "move fast and break things" is a good value, because it acknowledges that when in doubt, you should err on the side of speed.

on the other side: "we work hard but maintain good WLB" is a terrible value, it doesn't acknowledge that an emphasis on WLB comes at the cost of brutal and hard work.

check out our employee handbook

we'll put more thought into formatting this into a clever way

having ownership