Our blogs walk you through usecases and show you how to make the most of CodeScene and your code. Our developers share best practices and cover topics less explored, but so valuable to development organizations.
Empear, the product company behind CodeScene, celebrates its 3 years anniversary this month.
CodeScene is a behavioral code analysis tool that serves as a data-driven project management software.
These days it’s probably easier to track down the mythical Yeti than to find a software organization that hasn’t adopted some form of agile practices.
The CodeScene tool has its roots in my books, Your Code As A Crime Scene and Software Design X-Rays: Fix Technical Debt with Behavioral Code Analysis.
When we started developing CodeScene, our overall goal was to show that there is more to code than code; we wanted to highlight–and make actionable–all the information that is invisible in the code itself.
The Swedish king, Carl XVI Gustaf, visited our office to see a demo of the CodeScene tool.
Here are some of our most read posts and articles.
Code quality is a largely subjective concept filled with misbeliefs.
Four decades ago, Fred Brooks coined what we now know as Brooks’s Law: ”adding human resources to a late software project makes it later”.
Complex code slows down development productivity, increases the delivery risk, and leads to excess maintenance costs.
The CodeScene analysis engine runs on git repositories.
The new identity revolves around our vision to “give code an intelligent voice” and reflects our forward-looking culture. The new logo reinforces the idea of artificial intelligence and CodeScene being there as an extra team member, guiding you toward better software and teams.
The new website presents relevant content in a clean, minimalistic and modern way with an aim to give visitors easy access to solutions and information.
We are proud to share this new identity with our community and hope that it will inspire all of us to write better code, build happier teams and future proof our software.