Hello there 👋,
Welcome back to work 🎉 (if that’s the case); we are sure your team missed you. If you are still on leave, we hope you make the most out of your week. 🌴
Find below the product updates from August.
More flexibility into the Quality Settings – 2nd Phase Released 🚀
Besides the existing configurations, you can now configure a threshold for the Category and the Severity of issues, therefore expanding the possibilities of Quality Settings to suit your needs better. Thresholds such as the number of issues and security issues and percentage of coverage are now available under edit settings. Read more on our docs page.
Code Patterns at the Organization Level – 1st Phase (July) 👷
In the first phase of pattern management, we launched the possibility to copy tool and pattern configurations in bulk between your repositories. This helps you to bootstrap and standardize the coding standards at the organization level. Read more on our docs page.
Multiple Organizational Standards – Phase 3 (Sneak Peek) 👀
We are planning to expand the code standards functionality to better suit your needs by making it possible to create multiple standards for your organization.
To keep your analysis results always up to date, it will trigger the analysis after creating and applying a new standard.
Have you tried our new product yet? Here’s Pulse 😍
Currently in an Open Beta!
We’d love for you to try it (no-commitment), and let us know what you think.
Careers at Codacy: We’re Hiring 🤩
We’re hiring for our Engineering Teams (Backend, Frontend, QA, SRE). All remote positions – join us from anywhere in Europe and help us do awesome things! Check our current openings.
“A Guide to Mindful Communication in Code Reviews” by Amy Ciavolino 📖
Code reviews are a core part of being a software engineer. Most of us review code every day. Technical skills are needed to review code thoroughly and quickly. But beyond that, reviewing code is also a form of communication, teaching, and learning. Read the post →
The 2021 State of DevOps Report is here! – Repost
In ten years, nearly 40,000 technical professionals from around the world have contributed to the State of DevOps body of research, the longest-running and most widely referenced DevOps research in the industry. Check it out →
“Why Every Startup Should Pair Program” 👨💻
Usually, when engineers talk about the benefits of pairing, they typically think of writing code faster or better, but Hieatt actually believes it’s one of the keys to great culture. Read more on Medium →
“How We Ship Code Faster and Safer With Feature Flags” by Alberto Gimeno 🧑💻
“From our launch of GitHub Discussions to the release of manual approvals for GitHub Actions—in order to ship new features and improvements faster while lowering the risk in our deployments, we have a simple but powerful tool: feature flags.” Keep reading here →
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