Hi there 👋,
Here are some exciting news from April! We have a major announcement, so keep on reading.
We’re SOC 2 Type I certified 🎉
We are very excited to announce that Codacy is now SOC2 Type I certified! 🎊 Data security is a central part of everything we do. Our customers trust us to store and process their data and expect Codacy to maintain their data private, secure and confidential at all times.
We now have an independent certification that shows that we are providing the highest level of security to all of our current and future customers.
Thank you to our team and everyone who has taken the time and effort to make this happen!
Learn about the code quality metrics provided by Codacy 📊
Did you ever wonder how Codacy calculates the quality metrics? We have a new documentation page that describes the main metrics and how they are calculated, depending on their context:
We did a Webinar! Don’t drop the ball: Keeping your code up to standards 🎥
Around 40% of developers’ time is spent on code maintenance, but you’d probably rather focus on more exciting things like improving and innovating your product. When teams are creating new projects and repos on a daily basis, it can get pretty difficult to debug and maintain the code up to standards.
In our latest webinar, Hélio Rocha, Lead Solutions Engineer at Codacy, talked about:
- What are coding standards, the advantages of using them, and where to start;
- What can go wrong on IT projects – a personal story and lessons learned;
- Best practices and how Codacy can help.
In case you missed the webinar live, don’t worry: you can (re)watch the recording!
Careers at Codacy: We’re Hiring 🤩
We’re hiring for our Engineering (Backend, Frontend, SRE), Customer Success, Support, and Product Teams. All remote positions – join us from anywhere in Europe and help us do awesome things! Check our current openings.
“The Code Review Pyramid”, by Gunnar Morling 🔺
What should you focus on when performing code reviews? The Code Review Pyramid presents a proposal on the parts which matter the most, and also those parts that could and should be automated. Check it out →
“The Software Engineer’s Complete Guide to Code Quality”, by Alex Omeyer 📖
“You might not realize it, but you probably know when you see bad quality code. It might be written in a way that doesn’t make sense or be full of errors, excessively verbose, or highly inconsistent in its use of terminology and naming conventions.” Keep reading here →
“5 Ways to Improve Your Code Quality”,by Shaheer Shahid Malik ✨
Nowadays, one of the most common methods to perform code reviews is via Pull Requests. But how can you check and improve the quality of the code? One of the ways is by using linters (or a set of them, like in Codacy!) Find out the other 4 →
“Three Ways CI/CD Adoption Can Benefit Your DevOps Team”, by Brian Douglas 📊
Investing in CI/CD and Develops can help your organizations build higher-quality software faster and collaborate more effectively. There are several benefits of making CI/CD a core part of your development workflow. Read the post →
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