Hi there 👋,
Here are a few updates from October that we’ve been working on to improve your experience!
Improved reliability of Pull Requests retrieval
Some of our customers had issues (like timeouts and wrong handling of failures) when retrieving Pull Requests from their Git providers.
The good news is that we improved the reliability of PR retrieval! This means that we now have a sweetened performance and error handling when retrieving many open Pull Requests from your Git provider while we’re populating the PRs page.
Enable/Disable all patterns for a tool or a filter
When configuring a coding standard, you could not bulk-select all the patterns from a tool or specific filter.
We know this was far from ideal, so we improved the tools selection, and you can now click the link Enable/Disable all <N> patterns to toggle all patterns matching the current filters, including the code patterns that weren’t loaded on the list yet!
Live Talk recap: Take your code coverage to the next level
We had a live talk with a panel of Codacy engineers, managers, and sales leads about code coverage metrics, lessons learned from tracking our own coverage at Codacy, dealing with legacy code, and much more!
Careers at Codacy: We’re Hiring 🤩
We’re hiring for our Engineering (Backend, Frontend), Product, Customer Success, Sales, and Support, and Design Teams. All remote positions – join us from anywhere in Europe and help us do awesome things! Check our current openings.
What is Code Quality? ✅
Codacy and Refactoring partnered to give you a great piece about making amazing software, having code quality in mind. We share lessons learned from helping engineering teams create high-quality software. Read them here →
“60 Practices For Quality Engineering: Management” by QE Unit 🤓
Do you want to know what you need to start with Quality at Speed software? Quality Engineering will help you get started. Its implementation depends on the 5 domains of MAMOS: Methods, Architecture, Management & Culture, Organization, and Skills. Let’s see Management →
“Will Modular Monolith Replace Microservices Architecture?” by Itiel Maayan 🤔
“Last year, there was a lot of buzz around the modular monolith; we could see this in many trend graphs. Many R&D managers are asking if this is a replacement/alternative to microservices or something else. And, if the answer is “something else” — what is it, and how will it fit in our architectural patterns landscape.” Keep reading here →
“5 Essential Tips For Clean Code” by Kent Edoloverio 🧼
We all know that our code should be easy to understand. Other developers need to be able to read, comprehend, and write on top of our code without much effort. But how can we do it? There are some guidelines and tips you can follow. Here are 5 of them →
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