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cofounder of EchoLayer (http://echolayer.com) & Co-Founded Dignified a product Agency & Studio. Previously VP of Product at CoVenture VC and Ex-IBMer in Business Analytics doing design evangelism, teaching design thinking, and managing the product process for Business Analytics products. I love charitable work and spend my efforts on the challenges of youth homelessness, food banks, and mental health where I can.
I am the co-founder and CTO of EchoLayer. Previously as the co-founder and Partner at Dignified, I worked closely with clients ranging from startups to Fortune 250 companies helping them bring their ideas from concept to completion.
Codex is a VS Code extension that allows any engineer to attach comments, questions, notes or any kind of content to specific lines of code. This context follows your code as your team continues to build. Help your team understand your code base at a deeper level.
Karl Clement, Saumil Patel and Brandon Waselnuk have been working together for 8 years now shipping over 50 products across the VC fund they worked at, their own agency, and their own projects. They’ve seen this problem constantly and decided to do something about it.
The problem space we’re working on is collaborating on code, passive documentation through code block level context, onboarding and offboarding engineers into a code base. We found this problem on pretty much every software team we’ve worked on - you open a file and don’t know how something runs and have to start asking in #devops chats which leads you on a goose chase to find the engineer that remembers how the monolith runs. It stinks, and when you’re done you move on and finish your work, you don’t really capture everything you learned in DMs and leave it for other team members to learn from.
We’ve created an extension for VS Code to allow any engineer to attach their internal knowledge to specific files or lines of code and share it with the rest of the team.
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