Sider’s First US Office in SF

(Left: Koichiro Sumi, CEO. Right: Taichi Kasahara, Head of Business Development)

Sider is excited to announce that we have launched our first US office in SOMA, San Francisco.
We believe code review is important for development. Since we released our automated code review service in 2014, we have been striving to contribute the developers’ world by making a code review tool that could save developers’ precious time. We are really humbled to see many IT companies that resonate with our philosophy have chosen Sider in Japan over the last four years. Now, it is time for us to bring the same passion and philosophy to the center of IT industry in the US; San Francisco.

Our Office and Member(s)

Our first office will be a part of WeWork SOMA. It is one of the oldest WeWork spaces around.

Taichi Kasahara, Head of Business Development, joined Sider last month as the first member of the US office. He will lead Sider’s efforts to share and teach our automated code review tools to the local San Francisco developer communities. Taichi will be attending, hosting and sponsoring various developer meetups in the coming months.

What is Next? — GitHub Universe 2018!

Our first sponsoring event in the US is this year’s GitHub Universe, which will be held on October 16th and 17th. Currently we are planning up the exciting tricks (yes, we said tricks)for our booth. If you are coming to GHU and interested in using our service, please make sure to stop by and talk to us. We are truly looking forward to seeing you all!

Sider Team is looking forward to meeting you.

For more information about Sider, please go to our website.

Aki Asahara

CEO of Sider. Aki joined Fixstars in 2008 and served major clients such as the US Airforce, MIT, USC, Toyota, and Hitachi High-technologies. After his successful tenure, he was appointed CEO of US operations in 2012. He was appointed CEO of Sider in 2019. He holds a Ph.D. in Astrophysics from Kyoto University and is a Certified Scrum Master.

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