Codeship

Codeship

Continuous Integration and Delivery as Software-as-a-Service.

222 Third St.
Cambridge, MA 02142

Codeship provides hosted continuous integration and deployment software as a service (SaaS) for web applications.

At Codeship we believe in “building for the builders”. We love having other people build great software with our tools. Software touches the life of everybody and we want to make sure that every developer has the focus and tools available to create the best products imaginable.

We help hundreds of companies and thousands of developers by giving them a fast and easy to use test and deployment infrastructure. This gives developers an unprecedented speed and focus, while still making sure their application works.

We will bring this technology and workflow to every software team in the world to become an integral part of how people build the next generations of their products. We want the best people to help us with this change and of course also take part in the huge financial upsides that a successful product like Codeship will have in the future.

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Why you should build an Immutable Infrastructure
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Some of the major challenges today when building infrastructure are predictability, scalability and automated recovery. A predictable system will promote the exact same artifact that you tested into
Tracking Deployments with Rollbar
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
At Codeship we are quite heavy users of Rollbar, a fantastic service that “collects and analyzes errors on web and mobile apps so you can find and fix them faster”. They also provide you with an API
Realtime Messaging with Pusher
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Every application has its dark corner. Some part of the application of which you are not proud of. That part of the application is working code, it’s in production for some time but you still h
Immutable Infrastructure with Ansible and Packer
Thursday, May 8, 2014
At Codeship we run immutable servers which we internally call Checkbot. These are the machines responsible for running your tests, deploying your software and reporting the results back to our web ap
The Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Node.js
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
This is a republished blog post by Brandon Cannaday. Brandon is the CTO of Modulus, a Node.js application hosting platform. Brandon organizes the Indianapolis Node.js meetup and enjoys speaking at co
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Meet Our Management Team

Moritz Plassnig
Co-Founder & CEO

Tech guy who studied biz. Product manager. Cofounded STARTeurope & scaled it to > 20 employees. Currently working on Codeship. <3 metrics & data analysis.

Addicted to skiing. Runner. Being inside the comfort zone sucks. I love continuous deployment. Always run, never walk.

Manuel Weiss
Co-Founder and Director of Inbound Marketing

Working on @Codeship with the vision to make the lifes of software developers easier. 
Running the Codeship Blog and managing Content Strategy/Distribution for our ebooks, videos and tutorials.

I am ambitious, efficient and a fast learner. I enjoy listening to Jazz music and love reading philosophy and roman history.

“The person that works on the right problem at the right time in the right way wins.” – Dr. Richard W. Hamming

Florian Motlik
Co-Founder & CTO

Making sure the System is up and running as well as getting it into as many hands as possible.

 

 

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Jul 15, 2014

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Codeship raises $2.6M in funding
Feb 12, 2014

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