It’s been a few weeks since we introduced codemarks and we’re about to unleash a handful of top-secret enhancements to make them even more powerful. (Shhh…. integrations with more of the tools you know and love!) As always, we value your feedback as we work on improving the service and this includes learning which types of codemarks everyone finds most valuable. So please check out each type and get some chances at a $250 Amazon gift card while helping us out.
We just got in a new batch of CodeStream t-shirts and upon seeing one of our developer’s latest workstation setup we thought we’d have some fun in giving a few shirts away. Just show us your latest workstation setup for a chance at one of them, and for one lucky participant we’ll also throw in a $100 Amazon gift card that you can put towards some new equipment.
We’re going to be presenting a new version of CodeStream for Visual Studio Code, our #1 most requested editor, Monday through Wednesday next week at the Build Conference in Seattle. What’s cool is that Jonathan Carter, the lead PM on Visual Studio Live Share, will be demoing CodeStream’s integration with Live Share during one of the keynote presentations. We’re stoked.
If you are planning on attending the conference, or happen to be in Seattle, stop by booth E58 to check it out.
On Monday CodeStream was honored to present our company to over 2500 investors at YC’s twice-a-year Demo Day event. Thanks to our early supporters, we had a fantastic reception to our vision of dramatically improving the way software teams work together and build knowledge around their code.
More news to come but in the meantime checkout some stats from our W18 batch.
We are proudly “Made in NYC” so we were thrilled to be featured at this month’s NY Tech Meetup event. Check out our Head of Product Dave Hersh’s interview as we continue to spread the word on the power of contextual messaging and integrated knowledge management for software teams.