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ReadMe provides companies the ability to create documentation, and build loyal, productive developer communities. The solution helps to build developer portals that combine support, tutorials, topical guides and API exploration. ReadMe makes it trivial to keep docs up-to-date and has community oriented features that help drive adoption.
HQSan Francisco, CA, US

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)42
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Key People/Management at ReadMe

Gregory Koberger

Gregory Koberger

Founder, CEO

ReadMe Office Locations

ReadMe has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, CA, US (HQ)
209 Kearny St, San Francisco
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ReadMe Financials and Metrics

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ReadMe total Funding

$10.1 m

ReadMe latest funding size

$9 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

ReadMe investors

ReadMe's latest funding round in August 2019 was reported to be $9 m. In total, ReadMe has raised $10.1 m
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ReadMe Online and Social Media Presence

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ReadMe News and Updates

Why $30 million startup ReadMe ditched the dreaded 'whiteboard interview' and asks engineering candidates to bring their own projects instead

Summary List PlacementMany developers hate the whiteboarding portion of a technical interview, describing it as a disastrous process that doesn't adequately test skills and can disadvantage applicants who have performance anxiety. That's why ReadMe, a seven-year-old documentation startup, revamped…

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ReadMe Blogs

How to write API errors that keep your users moving forward

The secret to good DX is doing the right thing when things go wrong. Most error messages are a dead end, telling what went wrong but offering no help. The best error messages feel more like guardrails, gently guiding the developer back onto the path and keeping things moving forward.

Cookin' up code samples with ReadMe Recipes

Meet ReadMe Recipes, an easy way to build step-by-step code samples directly in your docs to help developers get started faster.

How to increase your API users

The Basics.What’s the point of building an API if nobody uses it? In the API world, the saying “If you build it they will come,” absolutely doesn’t hold true. As a matter a fact, if you build an API without marketing, explaining, and documenting it well, you’

Introducing Staging for ReadMe Enterprise

Announcing Staging for ReadMe Enterprise! Now it is incredibly easy to approve, preview, and publish content with confidence.

Enterprise API Docs—What's the Difference?

When I started at ReadMe four years ago, we had two plans: our Startup ($99) and Business ($399) tiers. As the first sales, marketing, and growth hire, my goal was to get more people to use ReadMe (and of course grow revenue). We already had thousands of paying customers building

ReadMe raises Series A lead by Accel

ReadMe has raised a $9MM Series A, lead by Dan Levine at Accel!
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ReadMe Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was ReadMe founded?

    ReadMe was founded in 2014.

  • Who are ReadMe key executives?

    ReadMe's key executives are Gregory Koberger.

  • How many employees does ReadMe have?

    ReadMe has 42 employees.

  • Who are ReadMe competitors?

    Competitors of ReadMe include Siemens Digital Industries Software, Otsuka and SoftwareONE.

  • Where is ReadMe headquarters?

    ReadMe headquarters is located at 209 Kearny St, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are ReadMe offices?

    ReadMe has an office in San Francisco.

  • How many offices does ReadMe have?

    ReadMe has 1 office.