Our typical policy is that anyone who wants to freelance, or be part of the Storj dev team, must put in useful pull requests on our GitHub (please note that only the
/storj repo is active at the moment), before we consider working with them. There are plenty of repos and open issues to look at.
This is not a guarantee for employment, but we found that people who were excited about building the open-source tool-set perform exponentially better than the people we hired directly. If you have any questions on our repos or how things are built, we would be happy to invite you to our developer chat so you can ask the team directly.
For your code to be merged, you have to agree to our CLA.