Sourcegraph Overview

  • www.sourcegraph.com
  • San Francisco, CA
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • 2013
  • Company - Private
  • Internet & Web Services
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable

Sourcegraph creates software to help every organization build software with the quality and efficiency of today’s elite technology companies.  We help companies solve Big Code problems so developers can innovate faster. Sourcegraph’s Universal Code Search is the only solution ...
Mission: Our mission is to create a world in which everyone can code. A world where everyone, not just ~0.1% of the world population, can code will see faster and more broadly beneficial technological progress. For thousands of years after writing was invented, most people remained ...

Company Updates

March 10, 2022
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Announcing Code Insights: analytics for engineering teams to understand and visualize their codebase over time 🚀🎉 "Sourcegraph’s mission has always been to make it so everyone can code, and that begins with making it easier for developers to do their jobs. Today we’re shipping Code Insights, a new analytics product helping engineering teams be more data-driven in their decisions and communications."
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Announcing Code Insights: analytics for engineering teams to understand and visualize their codebase over time
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February 16, 2022
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We are honored to be featured in Business Insider's "22 developer tools that could explode in 2022 as the tech industry races to help programmers collaborate and be more productive in the remote-work world”. "Tools like Sourcegraph and Archipelo, which is in stealth, help developers search for and look at code across different systems. Searching for code is still difficult, Batchu said, adding that made tools like these especially useful. One can’t simply search on Google, so these tools help developers find the open-source projects or lines of code they’re trying to pinpoint."
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GitHub, Stack Exchange, Sourcegraph, and 19 other big winners of the booming market for helping developers be more productive
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Sourcegraph Reviews

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"Endless opportunity on this rocket ship"

Feb 13, 2022 - Anonymous Employee
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Pros

Best and brightest through and through - you learn every single day from the smartest minds; tons of opportunity to make an impact; company culture recognizes important aspects of a fully remote

Cons

This company is growing incredibly fast — you have to have patience for the process and be comfortable with change because it’s what is required for continued success. Being globally remote and
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Diversity & Inclusion at Sourcegraph

4.7
(26 reviews)

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Does there seem to be diversity at Sourcegraph?

...The company is brainwashed by diversity and inclusion....Read More

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Sourcegraph Interviews

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Negative18%
Neutral2%
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Recruiter25%
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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Sourcegraph (United States) in Sep 2021

    Interview

    The interview process consisted of:
    - A manager screen for determining interest and fit.
    - A code walkthrough. I previously worked on an open source project, so I did a walkthrough of a subsystem. This interview was a lot of fun.
    - A system design interview covering a distributed system with increasing complexity.
    - A collaboration interview: This was with a product manager and a product designer.
    - A Values interview: This largely consisted of questions like "Tell me about a time when ..." related to the different Sourcegraph values.
    - A Leadership interview with a Director: This was mostly an opportunity for me to ask questions.
    - A Leadership interview with the CTO: This was mostly an opportunity for me to ask questions. I scheduled an extra call since the initial call ended up being a bit short.

    Overall, the interview process matched what was written in the handbook. The recruiter was also happy to share more details about the interview stages, as one of the interview stages didn't have a solid description in the handbook at the time.

    All the interviewers were quite friendly. The technical interviews felt collaborative to some extent, like how you'd talk to colleagues in an actual work environment.
    Interview

    While doing the code walkthrough, I was asked about the time complexities of key parts of the code.

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What is health insurance like at Sourcegraph?

...Benefits are good but you have to pay some for health insurance which is minor but generally covered at 100% for most other tech companies...

July 31, 2020

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