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How Mobile Premier League (MPL) uses Codacy to improve development efficiency

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How MPL uses Codacy to improve development efficiency
We spoke with Kumar Pratyush, Staff Developer Experience Engineer at Mobile Premier League (MPL), about how Codacy helps them improve development efficiency. We also covered how MPL uses Codacy Quality to achieve engineering excellence and directions for using Codacy Pulse. About Mobile Premier League (MPL) MPL is the...

Implementing DORA metrics within your organization

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Implementing DORA metrics within your organization
As organizations increasingly rely on software development to drive growth and innovation, optimizing the software delivery process is more important than ever. This is where DORA (DevOps Research and Assessment) metrics come in.  DORA provides a set of metrics that help organizations measure the effectiveness of their software delivery process. You can...

The importance of Changes & Reviews and Work in Progress metrics

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The importance of Changes & Reviews and Work in Progress metrics
To continuously improve and deliver better software, you must have the right data to make better decisions. Having the means to measure and evaluate the effectiveness of the software development strategy is a key factor in setting and achieving your goals. We previously discussed how the DORA metrics could give you valuable...

Level Up Your Team’s Code Reviews

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Webinar Level Up Your Teams Code Reviews
On February 2nd, we did a webinar called Level Up Your Team's Code Reviews. Our Engineering Manager, Kendrick Curtis, and our Lead Account Executive, Mark Raihlin, talked about how you can help your team perform better code reviews. They discussed: Where and how code reviews go wrong; Building...

January Product Update 🚀

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January 2023 Product Updates
Hi there 👋, Here are a few updates from January with very exciting news, so keep on reading! Coverage summary on your Git provider We're very excited to announce that you can now see the Coverage summary directly on GitHub as a Pull Request...