Technical debt made easy

CodeScene detects code health issues prioritized by business impact.

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Development Teams get actionable insights. Automatically.

Code quality issues cost time, money, and missed deadlines. Ensuring that our codebases remain maintainable is a business advantage, and also makes our work more enjoyable. That's why CodeScene is there to act as an extra team member, available 24/7:

  • Prioritize the parts of the codebase that bring the largest benefits.
  • Automatic Pull Request reviews and quality gates for GitHub, BitBucket, Azure DevOps, and GitLab.
  • Collaborate via CodeScene's team retrospective support.
  • Supports all major programming languages (e.g. C, C++, Java, C#, JavaScript, TypeScript, Go, Python) and many, many more.
  • Communicate technical debt and refactoring opportunities to non-technical stakeholders via CodeScene's unique source code visualizations.

Technical leaders can build effective teams and lead development. Proudly.

CodeScene detects code health issues prioritized by business impact. CodeScene also visualizes the knowledge distribution, detects coupling between teams, and identifies knowledge gaps in your codebase. This information guides you towards effective teams and situational awareness of any technical debt.

Managers can calculate, visualize, and communicate the business costs of technical debt

CodeScene bridges the gap between Tech and Business. It gives management teams and stakeholders the ability to see the development costs in the context of the system as well as the overall delivery performance. Through a customized Dashboard you follow graphs and trends. In realtime. CodeScene's automated reports lets you manage technical debt and hidden risks today and what direction your business needs to go tomorrow.

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Adam Tornhill