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VersionEye is a tool that tracks open-source libraries and makes it easy to keep current on the latest dependencies in software projects.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Software
  • Location Berlin, Germany
  • Currency EUR
  • Founded February 2012
  • Employees 3
  • Website

Company Summary

VersionEye is a search engine for open-source software libraries. The platform is tracking more than 250,000 open source libraries (Java, Ruby, Python, Node.Js, PHP). Developers can follow libraries and receive notifications about new versions. VersionEye helps developers to stay up-to-date and improve productivity by way of automation. VersionEye can actively monitor your source code and notify you about outdated dependencies in your project.


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    Robert Reiz

    Studied computer science in Germany. Founded his first company, the Java Consulting house PLOIN, back in 2008. Exit in 2010.
    2011 he joined WildGigs in SF for 1 year. 2012 he moved to Berlin to start VersionEye.

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    Timo Sulg

    Timo Sulg studied mathematics in Estonia. After 3 years in a corporate environment he quit his job to join a StartUp. He is a Clojure evangelist and a JavaScript lover.

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    Madlen Ranzinger
    Executive Assistant, Marketing & PR

    Madlen is the multi-talented multi-tasker. She is ensuring that all things run smoothly in our office.


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    Berkhemer Dr., Bauer, König & Partner GmbH

Previous Investors

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    Tim Weiss (Hasso Plattner Ventures)
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    Lina Chong (Hasso Plattner Ventures)