It’s been a wild couple of months for me. I spent more than a year building Bun solo in private beta. Two months after launch, Bun has over 32,000 stars on GitHub and 14,000 members on Bun’s discord server.
I read stories like this practically every day:
A big thank you to the over 100 people who have contributed something to Bun so far.
Today, I’d like to make three announcements:
To say more about the company:
It will support popular frontend frameworks like Next.js, Vite, SvelteKit, SolidStart and many more — along with backend frameworks like Express, Fastify, NestJS and more.
Before Oven can offer hosting, Bun needs a stable release. The goal: a stable release of Bun in under six months from today (August 23rd). This is an impossible amount of work for just one full-time person. Oven needs a team.
Oven is hiring systems engineers to help design & build the next generation of internet infrastructure. It will be a lot of low level systems programming using Zig and C++. We’re currently looking for senior level engineers to work remotely or in the Bay Area.
If you’re interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and something you built using Bun.