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Series C | Alive

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Last Raised

$50M | 1 yr ago

About CodeSignal

CodeSignal is a technology company aiming to make talent accessible by creating software and standards for assessing the technical skills of software developers. The company has developed an objective automated skills-based assessment platform that can be used as a standard for technical recruiters and employers.

CodeSignal Headquarters Location

201 California Street Suite 1240

San Francisco, California, 94111,

United States


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Among Giants: These San Francisco Tech Companies Are Growing Quickly

Jul 22, 2022

Reddit, Human Interest, Ascend, Instawork and CodeSignal share why they’re hiring — and what sets their companies apart. Written by Jenny Lyons-Cunha July 21, 2022Updated: July 21, 2022 There is an emerald gem in the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District. Nestled between the monolithic Transamerica Pyramid and the vehicular buzz of Sansome Street, 50 redwoods tower alongside the angular architecture of Transamerica Park. Created in 1972 by Thomas Galli and heartened by the plush Bay Area fog, the man-made grove has thrived for over half a century — serving as a tranquil monument to The City’s historic spirit of growth. The California-native Redwood, known for its unhurried growth, provides a patient contrast to the headlong expansion of San Franciscan tech, which maintains its status as the top harbinger of tech talent in the nation, according to the 2022 CBRE Scoring Tech Talent report. Among the Golden City tech companies growing their workforce are Reddit , Human Interest , ,  CodeSignal and Instawork — all of which are hiring now. Built In San Francisco sat down with the five flourishing teams to learn more. Reddit is a community of millions of users engaged in content creation and dynamic conversation across tens of thousands of topics. The social media company has its sights set on further expansion. Carla H. McIntosh, VP of global talent acquisition, shared with Built In San Francisco the merits of Reddit’s leadership — and why she feels the future is bright for the company. “We have caring and authentic leaders who value opinions and carve out space for employees to take risks in order to improve outcomes,” McIntosh said. “We are also very intentional about fostering an inclusive environment where employees can thrive and feel excited to come to work each day.”    How much will your team grow over the next 12 months? We’re continuing our workforce growth momentum by investing further in both technical and non-technical areas — as well as creating more leadership roles to accelerate the growth of our employees. From an engineering standpoint, we will continue hiring backend, machine learning and general software engineers. We will also be hiring data scientists, program managers and those with experience in safety and security to support different areas of the company. Our roadmap includes adding numerous software engineering employees with experience in the ads platforms space. Other areas of investment on the non-technical side include our business development organization, along with sales, marketing and finance — where we’re adding key roles for program managers and accountants. In these areas, we’re looking for awesome talent with deep market-expansion experience, stakeholder-management experience and the ability to build meaningful relationships with internal and external partners. We’re also continuing to expand our people and culture team — with a special focus on building out our talent acquisition team. By providing more flexibility for employees, we’ve increased our ability to attract top talent and increased the diversity of our workforce.”   What’s fuelling your current growth? As we continue to scale and reach new audiences around the world, it’s important that we invest in the critical skills and talent that will be needed to help Reddit effectively deliver against our strategic roadmap. We also want to attract talent that is reflective of the many diverse communities on Reddit. One way we’ve done this is by introducing a flexible-first workforce model — which allows employees to choose where to do their best work: in one of our physical offices, remotely or a combination of both. By providing more flexibility for employees, we’ve increased our ability to attract top talent and increased the diversity of our workforce. I feel really grateful to work at Reddit, personally — even during the interview process.”   What sets your company apart for potential applicants? There are so many ways that Reddit is special. We are a values-driven company where every employee is empowered to take ownership of their work, where their voices are heard and actively sought out and where they can bring their authentic selves to work. We’ve continued to evolve in ways that support our global workforce during the pandemic and beyond, including providing yearly stipends to support at-home work, personal activities and endeavors, and professional development opportunities. We’ve also hosted virtual interactive experiences for employees such as live fitness classes and movie days with snack boxes and swag. We offer monthly global wellness days for employees to unplug and enjoy personal time in a way that’s most meaningful to them. I feel really grateful to work at Reddit, personally — even during the interview process.

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  • When was CodeSignal founded?

    CodeSignal was founded in 2015.

  • Where is CodeSignal's headquarters?

    CodeSignal's headquarters is located at 201 California Street, San Francisco.

  • What is CodeSignal's latest funding round?

    CodeSignal's latest funding round is Series C.

  • How much did CodeSignal raise?

    CodeSignal raised a total of $87.4M.

  • Who are the investors of CodeSignal?

    Investors of CodeSignal include A.Capital, Headline, Menlo Ventures, Index Ventures, Capital One and 22 more.

  • Who are CodeSignal's competitors?

    Competitors of CodeSignal include Karat and 1 more.

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