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Dear Ryan, we’re with you. Have our Axe!

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Dear Ryan,

at Codacy we are all big fans of what you and your team are building.
Your latest post inspired us and we also think it’s an important issue.

You’re not alone, and we want to help you and the community be more careful with automation.

And so as Gimli said:

”and my axe” says Gimli

We called it The Pronoun Checker by Product Hunt”:

http://i.imgur.com/FLGEwO9.gifv

Essentially, this will look in all your code base for incomplete pronoun usage and it will notify you when you’re not using both genders.

A few months ago we launched this feature in private beta that allows anyone to create his or her own code checks very easily in JavaScript. We built it to solve specific recurring issues in software engineering and make all our lives easier.

So from tomorrow on, you and all our Codacy users will be able to select and apply “The Pronoun Checker by Product Hunt” automatically to their Javascript projects.

The Pronoun Checker by Product Hunt on Codacy

Love,
Your @Codacy Team

P.S. Shoot us a message if you would like to get access to our pattern creator.

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