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DevToolsDigest: Issue #232

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    Announcing Heavybit’s Latest Fund

    We’re excited to announce today that we’ve raised an $80 million early-stage fund to invest in startups that are redefining how teams build, deploy, secure, and scale mission-critical software. The fund will primarily lead Pre-Seed and Seed rounds with typical check size ranges from $500k to $3M.

    We’d like to take this moment to say thank you. None of this would be possible without the support, feedback, and commitment from the community. Read More

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    Forbes' The Cloud 100 2022

    Congratulations to Heavybit companies Snyk, LaunchDarkly, Contentful, and Netlify for making this year's Cloud 100 list. The companies on the list are selected for growth, sales, valuation and culture plus a reputation score derived in consultation with 26 CEO judges and executives from their public-cloud-company peers.

    Entrepreneurship for Engineers: Founders Need Community, too

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