Hi there 👋,
With 2021 in the rearview mirror, we can now focus on making 2022 an incredible year! 🤩 Your friends here at Codacy and Pulse want to wish you a Happy New Year, full of health, happiness, and beautiful lines of code!
Let’s kick off this year with some exciting product updates and great news about what we’ve been working on.
Organizational coding standard: New features 🎉
At the end of last year, we launched the beta version of the organization coding standards, where admins could easily define and manage coding patterns in multiple repositories simultaneously. We spiced things a little, and now you also can:
- Edit the name of the coding standard you created;
- Set the coding standard as default for new repositories added to Codacy;
- Filter tools list by “recommended”.
Check out the documentation, and keep an eye out for new features, because we’ll be continuously improving the organizational coding standards 👀
Pulse is building a new integration with Jira 📊
Pulse‘s mission is to support the continuous improvement of your engineering teams with data-driven insights. With this integration, we’ll be able to pull data about issues to calculate Lead time and Cycle time metrics automatically. (screenshot below) How awesome is that? 😎
Careers at Codacy: We’re Hiring 🤩
We’re hiring for our Engineering (Backend, Frontend, QA, SRE), Customer Sucess, and Product Teams. All remote positions – join us from anywhere in Europe and help us do awesome things! Check our current openings.
22 software development trends for 2022 🔮
What does 2022 have in store for the rapidly changing software world? We looked at the data and here are 22 software development trends for 2022. Check them out →
How Loft uses Pulse to measure Engineering health 📈
Learn how Loft, a unicorn, and one of the largest real estate tech companies in Brazil, leverages Pulse to measure their Engineering Health across a 300+ engineers organization. Read their story →
“Learn to Love Your Legacy Code” by Uberto Barbini 😊
“What is a legacy system? It is old software that is very hard to maintain, to extend, and to improve. On the other hand, it is also a system that is working and is serving the business, otherwise it would not have survived.” Keep reading here →
“Why Code Review Is a Must-Have for Your Product (the Dev’s Edition)?” by 2muchcoffee 👨💻
Check out 9 rules on how to conduct a good code review, and have access to a code review checklist, covering easy, medium, and hard issues. Read the post →
“2021 State of Software Quality | Code Review” by SmartBear 📖
This report seeks to establish benchmarks for the software industry as to how teams and organizations develop high-quality software in 2021. Find out more →
We are almost 400 members in our community! 🚀
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