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September Product Update πŸš€




Hi there πŸ‘‹,

Here are a few updates from September that we’ve been working on. We also have a major announcement, so keep on reading!

Decimal points in Coverage across the entire product

We now display the Coverage variation metric with a precision of two decimal points across our entire Codacy Quality product!

The increased precision of the Coverage metric reflects the code coverage changes better by reducing issues with rounding errors. It also allows you to set more granular quality gates.

This change was an evolution that happened across four different stages:

  • 1st phase – Files have coverage decimals information;
  • 2nd phase – Commits and Pull Requests have coverage decimals information;
  • 3rd phase – You can define quality gates with a coverage variation threshold using the two decimal points precision;
  • 4th phase – The repository dashboard shows more granular coverage information using two decimals points. This also includes seeing this info in the list of repositories for your organization.
Decimal places to define quality gates

Easily toggle code patterns

While configuring a coding standard, you can now toggle all code patterns currently visible on the list using the new checkbox on the header.

This allows you to conveniently toggle code patterns in bulk. For example, you can now choose to enable all security code patterns at once.

Toggle coding patterns

Files tab displays only files with variations

Now, the Files tab on Pull Request and Commit pages displays only files with a variation of their code quality metrics. This makes it more convenient for you to analyze your changes’ impact on the code quality of the files.

Of course, you can still list all files the Pull Request updated, even if their code quality metrics didn’t change. To do this, you just need to toggle the new option Show files without code quality changes.

Files with variation

G2 has nominated Codacy as a Fall 2022 High Performer!

We are proud to be featured in the G2 Fall 2022 reports and receive all these badges. We also want to highlight that we ranked 1st in the Static Code Analysis Usability and Implementation indexes, as well as 1st in the Software Development Analytics Tools Implementation index.

Do you also love Codacy products? Spread that love by reviewing us on G2.

G2 Codacy Quality Fall 2022
G2 Codacy Pulse Fall 2022

Live Talk recap: Becoming a Code Review Master with Curtis Einsmann

Becoming a code review master

We had a live talk with the guest speaker Curtis Einsmann, former AWS engineer and creator of the Master the Code Review course, about how to improve your code review process.

In case you missed the talk, don’t worry, you can (re)watch the recording here. Short on time? Check out the highlights from the talk in our blog.

Careers at Codacy: We’re Hiring πŸ€©

We’re hiring for our EngineeringΒ (Backend, Frontend, SRE), Product, Customer Success, Sales, and SupportΒ Teams. All remote positions – join us from anywhere in Europe and help us do awesome things! Check our current openings.

Interesting reads 

How Green Flag (Direct Line Group) uses Codacy for PCI DSS compliance πŸ”

Learn how Green Flag (Direct Line Group) uses Codacy to comply with PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) and prevent security issues. See also how custom security dashboards based on Codacy Quality API helped Green Flag’s developers and security teams communicate better. Read their story β†’

“How Architecture Contributes to Quality at Speed” by QE Unit πŸ€“

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 Architecture β†’

“My Top Takeaways From Refactoring: Part 2” by Recep Δ°nanΓ§ πŸ“–

“In Part 1 of this series we took a glance at refactoring in a more general sense. In Part 2, we will look at when and why to do refactoring and some more guidance on how to do refactoring.” Keep reading here β†’

“Write Better Commits, Build Better Projects” by Victoria Dye πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»

Are you struggling when writing commits or feeling overwhelmed by the size of the pull requests you need to review? That can all be solved if you and your team improve how you approach commits. Learn more β†’


We are almost 550 members in our community! πŸš€

Your support and feedback are very important to us, and we look forward to keep growing and learning with you. Thank you all πŸ™Œ πŸ‘«

Top Community Users September 2022

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