At CodeSee, we’re very confident that we’re onto something big with our mission to fix the code visibility problem plaguing development organizations. But it sure does feel great to receive major validation of our vision in the form of a prestigious industry award.
We announced today that CodeSee has been named one of the 20 “Rising Stars” as part of the Forbes 2021 Cloud 100 list, published by Forbes in partnership with Bessemer Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures.
The Rising Stars, Forbes says, are “young, high-growth and category-leading cloud companies that have raised up to $25 million to date and are poised to join the Cloud 100 ranks.”
You might have heard of some of the companies that have made the Forbes Cloud 100 list in the past: Dropbox, Snowflake, Slack, Stripe, and Zoom. I’m honored nearly beyond words that CodeSee is now considered to be on the verge of joining such elite company.
This recognition shows that CodeSee’s vision is resonating in the marketplace. For too long, enterprises have grappled with code that is poorly documented, hard to understand, and rife with too many interdependencies. It’s just too painful for even senior developers to deal with, let alone a junior or newly onboarded developer. And it slows development organizations down at a time when they’ve never been under more intense pressure to deliver code quickly. We at CodeSee understand these challenges all too well, and we’re thrilled to be helping developers tackle them and be more productive.
We look forward to sharing lots of news in the coming months about our company and our platform for continuous code understanding. Until then, hope you enjoy this announcement about the Forbes honor!