A fellowship program to sponsor and support people who build, maintain, and contribute to innovative open source projects.Meet the Pioneers
As a company founded by two developers, it has always been our ambition to give back to the community in some way.
Codacy Pioneers is our small contribution to fuelling the continued vibrancy and greatness of one of our most precious public assets.
Pioneers will receive mentorship from top OSS developers, financial support, promotional resources, and free tooling.
A global community of passionate and innovative open-source creators
Geoffrey combines his passions for science and technology to create innovative and helpful open-source projects. A chemistry professor at the University of Pittsburgh, Geoffrey has created an app that helps teach practical chemistry. He is also the founder and lead developer of Open Babel: The Open Source Chemistry Toolbox.
Jesse is known far and wide in the open-source community as “the lazy developer,” but he’s truly anything but. His lazygit, lazydocker, and many other projects are widely used and well-rated. Jesse is also a brilliant content creator—his “The Pursuit of Laziness” blog is a must-read for any OSS creator.
Maximilian is part of the core team at Mitmproxy, a powerful, free, open-source HTTPS proxy. The software he’s building has been used to find countless security vulnerabilities, helped journalists at the New York Times or the Wall Street Journal uncover privacy violations, and helps thousands of developers save time debugging their network communication daily.
Sebastián is the creator of FastAPI and many other open-source tools used by developers worldwide and tech giants like Microsoft, Uber, Netflix, and Cisco. He is very involved in the OSS community and has been building APIs, machine-learning tools, and data systems with companies across the globe.
Get mentorship from top open source developers.
We will create a video series about the Fellowship highlighting the amazing work of the winners.
As long as projects are active you will have access to all Codacy tools for free.
For 12 months, each fellow will receive $500 to support a project of their choice.