CodeSignal

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CodeSignal (formerly CodeFights) is a technology company aiming to change the way people discover, assess and develop talent. It uses core game mechanics and automated skill assessment tools to help its users compare and improve their skills as well as find new job opportunities.
TypePrivate
Founded2014
HQSan Francisco, CA, US
Websitecodesignal.com

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2020)7(+600%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at CodeSignal

Aram Shatakhtsyan

Aram Shatakhtsyan

Chief Technology Officer
Eduard Piliposyan

Eduard Piliposyan

Director of Engineering
Sophia Baik

Sophia Baik

VP of Operations
Tigran Sloyan

Tigran Sloyan

Chief Executive Officer
Michael Newman

Michael Newman

Director of Product & Engineering
Peter Lu

Peter Lu

VP of Solutions Engineering
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CodeSignal Office Locations

CodeSignal has offices in San Francisco and Saint Petersburg
San Francisco, CA, US (HQ)
201 California St #1240, San Francisco
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CodeSignal Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2014

CodeSignal total Funding

$40 m

CodeSignal latest funding size

$25 m

Time since last funding

a month ago

CodeSignal investors

CodeSignal's latest funding round in December 2020 was reported to be $25 m. In total, CodeSignal has raised $40 m
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CodeSignal Cybersecurity Score

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89/100

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CodeSignal Online and Social Media Presence

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CodeSignal News and Updates

This pitch deck won recruitment startup CodeSignal the backing of Uber investor Menlo Ventures in a $25 million funding round

Summary List PlacementCodeSignal, the online assessment platform for technical talent, just raised $25 million in a Series B funding round backed by early Uber investors Menlo Ventures. The firm is working to disrupt the recruitment industry, which is thought to be worth close to $200 billion in t…

CodeSignal raises $25 million to automate technical assessments and reduce recruitment bias

CodeSignal, a platform that helps recruiters screen engineering candidates through automated technical assessments, has raised $25 million.

CodeSignal raises $25M for its developer assessment platform

CodeSignal, the startup behind a coding platform used by companies such as Zoom Video Communications Inc. to help them recruit software developers, today announced that it has closed $25 million in fresh funding. Early Uber Technologies Inc. investor Menlo Ventures led the round. It was joined by C…

This startup wants to help programmers get hired based on their coding skills rather than their résumés

CodeFights is offering a new system called CodeFightsR that's designed to help companies improve their recruiting and hiring processes.  Companies can use CodeFightsR to evaluate candidates based on their skills rather than their résumés   You don't need an Ivy League education, a degree from on…

Tech Job Interview Red Flags: 7 Things Great Candidates Never Do

If you assign a skills-based challenge during a tech interview, don't just assess task completion. Also evaluate how the candidate behaves during the process.

CodeFights launches a new practice mode to help developers prepare for job interviews

 Most job interviews for developers are somewhat predictable in that they will likely involve some kind of coding — generally on a whiteboard. That’s not really how developers normally work. Because they are so different from most developers’ real-world experience, even the best coders need to pract…
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CodeSignal Blogs

How 2020 Transformed Technical Recruiting

Just over a year ago we gathered insights from Talent Acquisition professionals across the globe on their predictions for technical recruiting trends in 2020. Experts predicted: A rise in skill-based assessment A move away from rigid experience requirements A greater emphasis on diversity in hiring …

Structured Technical Interviews Made Easy with Templates

Running a “structured interview” may sound intimidating, but the concept is simple: you should conduct your interviews in a consistent way in order to identify the most qualified candidates and reduce bias in hiring. As we discussed in a recent blog post, this means using a predefined set of questio…

Announcing CodeSignal + Upwork Partnership to Expand Skill Assessment

Over a third of the US workforce has worked as a freelancer during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a recent study. This huge volume of freelancers raises an important question: how can freelance talent stand out from the crowd and connect with clients looking for their specific skills? For us…

How to Improve Learning & Development: Lessons from Talent Acquisition

What do Talent Acquisition and Learning & Development have in common? More than you might think. CodeSignal Co-Founders Sophia Baik and Tigran Sloyan discuss the surprising connections between TA and L&D – and where the future of L&D is headed.  In the tech world, we often think about sk…

CodeSignal Announces 25M in Series B Funding Led by Menlo Ventures

One of the most eye-opening discoveries for me over the past few decades has been that, contrary to popular belief, talent is not born – it is grown. And you cannot efficiently discover and grow something until you can measure it. Historically, tech talent has been grown in a few elite universities,…

How to Measure Senior Developers’ Skills

When hiring for a role that requires more than a few years of experience, your approach should look a bit different than the process for junior engineers. In this article, we’ve put together some recommendations that will help you attract the best talent and make sure you find the right senior candi…
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CodeSignal Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was CodeSignal founded?

    CodeSignal was founded in 2014.

  • Who are CodeSignal key executives?

    CodeSignal's key executives are Aram Shatakhtsyan, Eduard Piliposyan and Sophia Baik.

  • How many employees does CodeSignal have?

    CodeSignal has 7 employees.

  • Who are CodeSignal competitors?

    Competitors of CodeSignal include Coding Temple, Ruzuku and Skillcrush.

  • Where is CodeSignal headquarters?

    CodeSignal headquarters is located at 201 California St #1240, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are CodeSignal offices?

    CodeSignal has offices in San Francisco and Saint Petersburg.

  • How many offices does CodeSignal have?

    CodeSignal has 2 offices.