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Sourcegraph is a company engaged in the development of a universal code search solution. It provides a tool that allows developers to find and fix things across all their code.

HQSan Francisco, CA, US
Employee Ratings4.6

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Employees (est.) (Oct 2021)205(+11%)
Job Openings27
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
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Key People/Management at Sourcegraph

Quinn Slack

Quinn Slack

Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder
Beyang Liu

Beyang Liu

Chief Technology Officer, Co-Founder
Christina Forney

Christina Forney

Vice President of Product
Kacie Jenkins

Kacie Jenkins

Vice President of Marketing
Debbie Johnstone

Debbie Johnstone

Vice President of People
Nick Snyder

Nick Snyder

Vice President of Engineering
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Sourcegraph Office Locations

Sourcegraph has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, CA, US (HQ)
981 Mission St, San Francisco
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Sourcegraph Financials and Metrics

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Sourcegraph total Funding

$98 m

Sourcegraph latest funding size

$50 m

Time since last funding

a year ago

Sourcegraph investors

Sourcegraph's latest funding round in December 2020 was reported to be $50 m. In total, Sourcegraph has raised $98 m
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Sourcegraph News and Updates

Andreessen Horowitz leads $125M round for code search startup Sourcegraph

Developer tooling startup Sourcegraph Inc. today disclosed that it has closed a $125 million late-stage funding round led by Andreessen Horowitz at a $2.625 billion valuation, triple what it was worth just eight months ago. The startup has raised a total of $225 million in funding including this Se…

Sourcegraph raises $125M Series D on $2.6B valuation for universal code search tool

Sourcegraph, a late-stage startup that wants to bring the power of search to code, announced a $125 million Series D investment today on a $2.625 billion valuation, a 3x growth from its previous valuation in December 2020, according to the company.

Sourcegraph Launches Batch Changes to Help Enterprises Accelerate Development Velocity

Enterprises Can Now Use Sourcegraph to Automate Large-Scale Code Changes Enterprises Can Now Use Sourcegraph to Automate Large-Scale Code Changes

Sourcegraph raises $50 million to tackle ‘big code’ problems with universal search

Sourcegraph, a universal code search platform for companies including Amazon, has raised $50 million in a round of funding led by Sequoia.

Sourcegraph Secures $50 Million in Series C Funding for Universal Code Search

Universal Code Search Empowers Developers to Tackle Challenges of Big Code; Andrew Reed of Sequoia Joins Board of Directors Universal Code Search Empowers Developers to Tackle Challenges of Big Code; Andrew Reed of Sequoia Joins Board of Directors

Sourcegraph raises $23 million to bring universal code search to all developers

Sourcegraph, which develops a universal code search platform that helps developer teams manage their codebase, has raised $23 million.
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Sourcegraph Blogs

Introducing search contexts

One of Sourcegraph’s most powerful capabilities is being able to search across multiple repositories. Our customers can have tens of…

Down the ergonomic rabbit hole: Dev Tool Time with Amir Rajan

Wrist pain and fatigue were the start of indie gave developer Amir Rajan’s journey in ergonomic hardware setups. As a dev and the co-creator…

Taking the warts off C, with Andrew Kelley, creator of the Zig programming language

How do you improve on C? In this episode, Andrew Kelley, creator of the Zig programming language and the founder and president of the Zig…

Postgres text search: balancing query time and relevancy

Graphic: Postgres text search, balancing query time and relevancy. Code analysis + Postgres = love I’ve worked at Sourcegraph for nearly…

Making security more accessible for developers, with Sam Scott, co-founder of Oso

How do you make security, a topic that often requires a PhD to understand, accessible to your average developer? In this episode, Sam Scott…

How we built our software engineering career framework

Software engineer career framework graphic Sourcegraph provides universal code search: a navigation engine for understanding your code. We…
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Sourcegraph Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Sourcegraph founded?

    Sourcegraph was founded in 2013.

  • Who are Sourcegraph key executives?

    Sourcegraph's key executives are Quinn Slack, Beyang Liu and Christina Forney.

  • How many employees does Sourcegraph have?

    Sourcegraph has 205 employees.

  • Who are Sourcegraph competitors?

    Competitors of Sourcegraph include searchcode, Fig and Proxio Systems.

  • Where is Sourcegraph headquarters?

    Sourcegraph headquarters is located at 981 Mission St, San Francisco, San Francisco.

  • Where are Sourcegraph offices?

    Sourcegraph has an office in San Francisco.

  • How many offices does Sourcegraph have?

    Sourcegraph has 1 office.