We are excited to officially launch CodementorX, our new freelance developer platform of top software engineers available for hire.
Codementor began in 2014 as a platform for live, on-demand help and mentorship with software development and since then, we’ve forged several partnerships with companies like Udemy and Microsoft, launched our Live Classes, and much more. Now, you can hire pre-qualified developers on demand, making this more convenient for companies looking for top engineering talent.
We’ve made it easier for startups, entrepreneurs, and businesses to tap into the top 2% of expert developers on Codementor through CodementorX. In addition to our rigorous and comprehensive vetting process, many developers have a proven track record as top performing mentors on Codementor.
Unlike traditional freelancing platforms, CodementorX developers are made up of senior engineers at Silicon Valley companies, startup CTOs from top accelerators, top Stack Overflow contributors, and experienced freelancers. Also, we happily offer project management assistance so that you can work directly with a dedicated project manager and CodementorX developer. There’s also a risk-free trial period to help make sure that you are hiring the most ideal developer for your project.
During our private alpha phase, we’ve helped build several clients’ projects, including a patient management system for a major vision correction chain, a Bitcoin platform for educational charity, an event management system for Boy Scouts, and a Gurbani search engine. Our clients included several Techstars and venture-backed startups that have struggled with finding talented developers and want a faster way to hire great developers.
Over the past two years, we’ve grown into a large and vibrant community of 150,000 developers with over 5,000 vetted experts. As the community grows as a whole, many still face the challenge of finding qualified software developers for their team or project, and we hope to fulfill that demand with CodementorX.
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