Sourcegraph offers universal code search, so that you can search all your code, anywhere. Use Sourcegraph to make changes across code, onboard to a new code base, or better understand your dependencies.
Code search resources
New to code search? Check out our resources to get you up and running:
- Three ways to search code with Sourcegraph video
- How to add open source software to Sourcegraph
- How to search code with Sourcegraph — a cheat sheet
More resources are available on Sourcegraph Learn.
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Hello, how are you?
I am fine
Your Github readme, looks good. I see you contribute to open source projects
Hey Lisa! Glad to see you here.