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The last couple of months have been good to us.

We launched Codacy last November with the announcement of our seed round.

We launched in private beta to make sure we were doing something useful and to fine tune the experience of our early adopters.
To our surprise, we had great reception from a brilliant group of developers.
We heard and tried to listen to every user we onboarded.
We skyped and emailed and even called people. We wanted to make sure that our users became better because of Codacy and that has been our obsession ever since.

Our early adopters have been the most important asset of Codacy and that’s why we want to continue working for them.

We feel, however, that it is time to open the gates.
So starting today we’re leaving private beta and we’re open for business.

Starting today you can also see our pricing plans. Launching a paid version will allows us to provide you a better Codacy.

We have a big roadmap of great things to do that we’re excited and that, in time, we’ll share them with you.

Here’s to help you build great products and may we be on the side lines cheering for you!


Edit: We just published an ebook: “The Ultimate Guide to Code Review” based on a survey of 680+ developers. Enjoy!


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