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    Visualize team-code alignment: reverse engineer your organization from version-control

    Getting the organizational side of software right is just as important as any properties of the code. Back in 2014, I claimed that the "intersection between people and code is an often overlooked aspect of software development. When there’s a misalignment between how you’re organized versus the work style your software architecture supports, code quality and communication suffers." (Your Code as a Crime Scene). We've all seen it happen, and it's painful.

    What can software developers learn from offender profiling?

    Most of us wouldn’t necessarily assume that offender profiling provides us with insights on how to create better software. Programming and homicide is fortunately a rare combination in the software industry, yet Adam Tornhill sees this as a great starting point.

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    Code quality: measuring the business impact of unhealthy code

    Everyone in the software industry "knows" that code quality is important, yet we never had any data to prove it. Consequently, the importance of a healthy codebase is largely undervalued at the business level.

    We set out to remove the quotation marks so that "knows" becomes knows. We recently published new research that for the first time quantifies the business benefit of high-quality code. Here are the key takeaways:

     

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    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.

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    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.