Author of idea and founder of Ahrefs. Dmitry performs deep intuitive control on all aspects of Ahrefs innovations and developments. He is the one driving the team, and keeping constant motivation running alive through each and every team member.
A real heavy lifter of our team and one of the first members to join Dmitry in building Ahrefs. He architects the core of storage and crawler systems and guides all backend development, ensuring that all bugs have equal rights. He is passionate about (Meta)OCaml and is constantly looking for top developers to strengthen our team (HINT: drop him a note!). PS: he also suspects Rust is the new C++.
Anna keeps all our projects in pure literary English and is also known as our indispensable stress resistant Ahrefs Support. Wanted to become a musician or work on TV but found herself among these awesome dev guys whose unique charisma was impossible to resist.
Andrii breathes life into all visual shapes created by Andrey & Max and is in charge of user-friendliness of Ahrefs' interface. He is our tireless worker who makes sure that Ahrefs' services work harmoniously.
Helen is a dedicated Customer Support team member. She gladly provides assistance to users and enjoys helping them stay abreast of the latest Ahrefs improvements.
Yet another chief programmer in our small group of high-class devs responsible for system's core. Raman invariably takes and solves problems that require in-depth and attentive approach. Our API development is completely his terrain.
Jerry ensures that Ahrefs products are fit for use and have a high standard of quality.
Handy's mission is to develop, maintain and enhance Ahrefs website. He is a beach lover. If he weren't a developer, Handy would like to become a time traveller. He completed his first half-marathon for the very first time in December 2013.
Max loves the web and builds websites for both the eyes and fingers. He is excited about new technologies on the web that make our life easier and our environment better. Max couldn't imagine what he would do if he weren't a front-end developer. A travel buff, he will pack and go whenever he can.
Tim's job is to do everything possible to make more SEOs learn about awesome Ahrefs tools and persuade them to become paid subscribers. His best idea so far was to tattoo an Ahrefs logo on his forehead and submit his selfie to Reddit, but luckily the guys have talked him out of that.
I don't have a bio. I'm a robot.
His first years of being a programmer were infested by the functional language, Lisp. (Now, he can't write without using braces) Wanted to become a doctor, but decided that it was much safer to comprehend computers than humans.
Andrey makes complicated things simple and beautiful. He is also interested in everything that happens around.
Started to really enjoy programming through functional programming. Working on cryptographic API only enforces his love of OCaml and languages with strong assertions.
Yet another programmer. He landed in Singapore by accident. And he is now writing OCaml when he is not busy eating delicious Asian food.
Enguerrand's main hobby is to find bugs without actually looking for them in pretty much every software he uses. Took a liking to disciplined and strict programming languages and never really looked back. Strongly believe that unikernels are the way of the future.
Digital designer with a psychological background interested in art, philosophy, and science. He likes to analyze and synthesize, explore new and dive into familiar, and 42.
Alexis started with web programming followed by system programming. He got bored and decided that devops was the way to go. He's now working at Ahrefs with the San Francisco team.
Liubomyr is a frontend developer focusing in developing rich web applications. He enjoys the challenges of solving uncommon problems and does things that matter.
Started his marketing journey just a few years ago, but already can’t imagine his life without writing content. He’s an eager SEO learner, Karate Brown Belt, and bass guitarist.
The introvert responsible for marketing communications. Ahrefs blog keeper. Engineer by nature. Loves exact numbers. Sometimes sails, sometimes plays a guitar, sometimes combined.
Dmytro tries to make Ahrefs tools faster and more user-friendly by applying modern technologies. Believes that teamwork is the foundation of any successful project. Likes seafood, original Vietnamese coffee, computer games and high speed driving.
May focuses on supporting customers and gently nudging them towards success in their online marketing endeavours with Ahrefs. Currently based in Singapore, she looks forward to visiting the other Ahrefs’ offices for food and adventure.
All we can say about him at this time is that he's too
lazy busy to write his own short bio.
Enjoys written communication, simplicity and shiny new things.
Develops data mining tools and machine learning algorithms from Ahrefs' big data. Always on the lookout for new data science techniques. Loves to travel and seek new adventures.
Passionate about software development from a very young age. Enjoys keeping up with technology trends, but finds there are just too many. Loves volunteering at the local church.
Helps to create fast and intuitive web interfaces. He has recently become a ReasonML enthusiast which made his life quite typed.
Joshua is a small man (5'3") with a big heart. A heart for content, that is. He spends most of his days writing for the Ahrefs blog. His nights are spent drinking craft beer while watching Columbo. One more thing: his wife loves him (not really—he doesn't have a wife).
Do I really need a description? I'm really not sure what to write.
Dania genuinely loves Customer Support, which comes naturally to her; and so has a great time assisting and calming users of Ahrefs with any concerns that arise.