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Sourcegraph’s code intelligence makes it easy to read, write, and fix code. With Sourcegraph, you can search all of your repositories across all branches and all code hosts. Beyond that, you can navigate code, find references, see code owners, trace history, and roll out ...
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 ...

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Cody for Sourcegraph 5.1 brings AI to every part of your coding workflow. Let's go over some of the highlights: 🪄 Better autocomplete with a more powerful LLM (Anthropic Claude) and broader context. Free for devs. 🧪 New and improved recipes: like explain code, fix code smells, optimize performance, and more. 💬 Inline chat: for easy fixes, refactors, and questions on specific regions of code files. 🌐 Multi-repository context: Cody looks beyond just the current repository for knowledge when writing/fixing code and answering questions. ➕ Support for JetBrains IDEs, IntelliJ, PyCharm, WebStorm, etc. 💻 The Cody desktop app makes it easy to use Cody on your private code in your editor and chat UI. No server deployment needed. Thank you to everyone who has been using Cody, contributing to Cody on GitHub, and making feature suggestions for Cody. This one is for you.
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The AI landscape has gone completely nutso. It’s a 100-foot wave, crashing towards us. And here at Sourcegraph we’re basically trying to surf it. We are making sure that no matter what happens, we’re building the best tool out there.
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    If you're looking for a place to work where you'll be challenged and surrounded by some of the smartest people in the game, then Sourcegraph is the spot for you (seriously, I've never worked with smarter people). It's not for the faint of heart though, things move insanely fast and change often, but that's a start-up for you and is what makes it so exciting. The team across the board is full of self-starters who aren't afraid to share their ideas, and the lack of red tape means things get done quickly. Even though the past year has been insanely tough for mostly everyone in tech (and the exec team undoubtedly had to make some extremely hard decisions that they told us about with as much transparency as possible at every step), I have no doubt that Sourcegraph is going to come out on top. I've personally learned and grown more here than anywhere else I've worked before, and I couldn't be happier. If you're up for a challenge and want to be a part of something special, then Sourcegraph is definitely a place that I'd recommend.


    People who enjoy structure, being told what to do and exactly how to do it, and hierarchical teams probably won't be happy here. The people who will thrive most are ones who are passionate about what we're doing, think we're changing the world (we are!) and really want to put their thumbprint on it.

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      The first couple of interviews were good (HR and technical). The people were pleasant. Due to a switch up on their side my application either got lost or something, I never heard back from them.

      I had space to comment on my approach to specific problems.

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