StackShare helps developers discover and compare software tools. From Airbnb to Dropbox, to individual developers, VPEs, and CTOs, StackShare has become the defacto place for companies and engineers to share the software they use and why. Engineers use StackShare to compare and discover new technologies, while companies use StackShare to connect with engineers. 
The Company's goal is to be the single best resource for anyone looking for software that will help them get work done. StackShare's vision is to help everyone make better software decisions by creating a new social layer on top of business software.

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TypePrivate
HQSan Francisco, US
Founded2013
Size (employees)20 (est)+12%
Websitestackshare.io
StackShare was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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StackShare Office Locations

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StackShare Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2013

StackShare total Funding

$7 m

StackShare latest funding size

$5.20 m

Time since last funding

10 months ago

StackShare investors

StackShare's latest funding round in January 2018 was reported to be $5.2 m. In total, StackShare has raised $7 m
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StackShare Operating Metrics

StackShare's Users was reported to be 150 k in Jun, 2017.
Jun, 2017

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7 k

Users

150 k
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StackShare Online and Social Media Presence

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StackShare News and Updates

StackShare pockets $5.2 mln Series A

Silicon Valley-based StackShare, a software discovery platform, has raised $5.2 million in Series A funding. The lead investor was e.ventures with participation from other investors that included Cervin Ventures.
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StackShare Blogs

9 YC Summer 2018 Companies Developers Should Know

The infamous YC Demo Day was this week. Out of the 123 companies that demoed, 9 of them are making awesome tools for developers or that will at least make developers' lives easier. CSPA CSPA, short for Computer Science Proficiency Assessment, is basically the SAT for software engineers. They pro…

On-Premises HipChat Replacements in 2018

When Slack acquired HipChat and Stride last week, it sent huge waves through the dev community. When it was then announced that HipChat and Stride were being sunsetted, questions were being asked. The biggest question was were were companies who had been self-hosting HipChat going to do? As of righ…

Why Companies are Switching to Kubernetes

After taking a look at companies using GraphQL last week, we decided to dive into the container orchestration phenomenon. The rampant success of Kubernetes likely stems from the fact that, unlike most open source projects, it had the benefit of being refined for years in production at one of the wo…

How Big Companies Are Using GraphQL in 2018

GraphQL has been quickly taking over the dev world. A piece of technology that was non-existent outside Facebook just a few years ago is now replacing REST APIs at major tech companies. In this post, we take a look at how some of these companies are actually using GraphQL in production. Coursera …

Introducing GraphQL Cache

At StackShare, we’ve been experimenting with GraphQL for some of our new features. We’re using Apollo on the front end and GraphQL Ruby on the back end. Don’t worry, we’ll be publishing a full retrospective on why we chose GraphQL and how it is implemented soon. We’ve encountered a couple of gaps…

Serverless Stacks in 2018

Serverless architectures have exploded in popularity in recent years. The promise of simpler infrastructure, lower costs, and quicker development is very attractive to developers. AWS kicked off the party, but Microsoft and Google have joined in with their own serverless solutions. The New York Time…
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StackShare Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was StackShare founded?

    StackShare was founded in 2013.

  • How many employees does StackShare have?

    StackShare has 20 employees.

  • Who are StackShare competitors?

    Competitors of StackShare include Siftery, BuiltWith and imgix.

  • Where are StackShare offices?

    StackShare has an office in San Francisco.

  • How many offices does StackShare have?

    StackShare has 1 office.