Coder is dedicated to keeping developers in flow by streamlining the code editing experience.
How it started
Coder’s three co-founders — Ammar Bandukwala, Kyle Carberry, and John Andrew Entwistle — first met online while in high school. The three were soon collaborating to build and monetize Minecraft plugins and servers, eventually moving on to a series of other projects, some successful, some not.
Frustrated by the complexities of collaborating remotely on software development, after graduation Ammar, Kyle, and John Andrew moved to Austin and started Coder to create the development tools they wish had been available for them. The trio rented a building they nicknamed “The Shack,” hired a couple of developers, and got to work.
With investments from major VC firms, Coder is now a remote-first company with products used by many of the world’s largest enterprises. Coder provides an enterprise platform and open source tools that make it easier than ever to configure, secure, and manage software development environments.