All the work that an engineer does is largely forgotten after said feature, product, or fix has been released. We are a small group of software engineers, product managers, and entrepreneurs who believe that this should not be the case.
We believe an engineer’s work can tell a story. This work, from commits to source code contains a wealth of information not only valuable to us but also to the larger engineering community and even prospective employers.
After all, all software engineers ultimately do is write and commit code; it's what we are hired to do.
Our commits and source code have it all: the languages and libraries we use, how much we show off by using fancy language features, what math we like, who we work with, how much we loath unit tests, and how brave we are to refactor. We want our work to speak for us and so created sourcerer. Think of us as a hash of your proprietary code that digs deep, analyzes your technologies, habits, and preferences to show the world who you are as a software engineer.
Sourcerer is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area with team members working remotely from all around the world.