LeetCode, an online programming platform, has raised a Series A round of roughly $10 million from Lightspeed China Partners. The capital will be used to enhance core products and explore international markets beyond China and US.
Founded in Silicon Valley in 2015, LeetCode provides a tech community to prepare for technical interviews.
The company entered China in 2018, and said it has more than four million users in China. It now supports 14 popular coding languages, including C++, Java, and Python.
LeetCode also helps employers identify top technical talents, and said it has been used by more than one hundred companies.