Used by over 100,000 projects, and analyzing over 2 billion lines of code daily, Code Climate incorporates fully-configurable test coverage and maintainability data throughout the development workflow, making quality improvement explicit, continous, and ubiquitous.
Founded in 2011 by Bryan Helmkamp and Noah Davis.
Series A led by Union Square Ventures in 2016.
Alexandra was born and raised in Venezuela, lived for a couple of years in Florida and a couple of months ago she moved to New York. She studied Computer Science and that's where her passion for software engineering started. She has a crazy sweet tooth so anything sweet (especially chocolate related) will make her happy.
The creativity of Bryan's coworkers has finally forced him to replace his corporate speak bio. At Code Climate, he holds the records for taking the site down accidentally the most times and also having written the most code in that had to be rewritten later because it was horribly broken. As a converted New Yorker, he aspires to someday be able to cook like David Chang and mix cocktails like Phil Ward.
Beginning with his TI-83 calculator, Chris has written software across a variety of languages and frameworks and found one constant: the need for robust, reliable code. When not honing his programming chops, he enjoys playing guitar, watching baseball, and wandering around Brooklyn.
Dave handles Customer Success for Code Climate. Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, he now lives in Brooklyn where he splits his time between riding his bike, growing tomatoes, and reading the news.
Originally from the nation's capital, Devon is brand new to New York following eight years studying and working in the Windy City. His passion for software, chatops, and code quality make him feel right at home at Code Climate. When he's not typing under the influence of the office's endless supply of rocket fuel (aka cold brew coffee), he enjoys cooking, exploring his new city, and taking photos with his Fuji camera.
With roots in the red clay soil of Georgia, Emily’s an aspiring minimalist and supporter of tech by day. Always on the lookout for the harmony between languages (German, music, tech, art), and quality of life, her latest inspirations include motorcycles, guitars, and the genius that is British comedy.
Gordon is the Director of Engineering at Code Climate. He gets excited about being the best manager he can to help the engineering team succeed. He is a lifelong NYC resident living in Brooklyn, and a sandwich enthusiast. When not at work, Gordon can usually be found digging through records at the nearest record store, or at home making lasagna.
A native of the City of Brotherly Love, Jenna now happily calls New York home. She's a people person and passionate problem solver, which is probably just as well, given her role as Code Climate’s Customer Experience Lead. Jenna’s spare time is spent indulging her oenophilia, wanderlust, and adorable canine companion.
Kathryn either starts or ends every day of her life on a yoga mat. When she's in the office, she spends most of her day asking questions such as "what should we do" and "why do we do what we do". These questions tend to get philosophical and existential very quickly. Recently, Kathryn has been spending her weekends doing research on what kind of dog she should eventually acquire. Goldendoodle is currently at the top of the list.
Born in NYC and raised on the 1984 Macintosh, Top Gun, and Sesame Street. Mattan is the product of an architect and an artist, so he became Code Climate's lead product designer to bridge the worlds of engineering and aesthetics. Life outside of the office is spent devouring any form of sci-fi, riding his bicycle, or fiddling with the latest in CSS and interface design.
Max grew up in the suburbs of New York and is still excited to live in the city. After college he wanted to be a screenwriter, but didn’t love the available tools, so he tried to make a better one, and then just became a programmer instead. When he’s not writing code, he likes to go to fun vegetarian restaurants and see comedy shows.
Nico handles sales and accounts at Code Climate. When he's not on the phone you can find him eating Japanese food and dreaming of his next trip to Tokyo.
Noah wrote a program once to catalog his parents' LaserDisc collection. LaserDiscs did not catch on, but the programming part stuck. He's dabbled in a half dozen different languages, worked in and attempted to rescue many codebases with unpublishable GPAs and has been an active contributor to open source software (especially[Oink](https://github.com/noahd1/oink)). He has since replaced his LaserDisc collection with Blue Ray discs, which are totally going to catch on.
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Noah was tweaking computers in the basement of his childhood home before he could speak coherent English - seriously. His notable engineering "features" are fluency in a slew of stacks and languages and a propensity to dance at his desk. When not authoring meticulously-crafted code, he can be found biking aimlessly around his native city or satisfying his inner political junkie.
Scott became curious about Python while working around a team of data scientists and hasn’t looked back. He likes to think of himself as the foremost hummus aficionado on the entire eastern seaboard. He also likes to think that he’s a pretty good juggler, but has yet to graduate to four objects and has broken more things while juggling than he likes to admit.
Sheri is all about developing client relationships with her easy explanations of complex products and ability to listen to client needs. A graduate of Dev Bootcamp, she is highly motivated and strives to make a positive impact using technology. Both a fitness and dog enthusiast, she likes to spend her free time in nature and traveling.
Will Fleming was raised with a policy of benign neglect & access to the family IBM 386. As a consequence, he has a healthy fear of exposed wiring & untested code. When he's not in front of a computer, he can often be found wandering in the woods.