CodeScene provides an optional integration to Jira, Trello, Azure DevOps or GitHub Issues. Measure accumulated costs per hotspot and sub-system. See trends by work type, such as “Planned” versus “Unplanned” work. Reason about the technical and organizational findings from a financial perspective.
See development costs on file-, architecture-, and system-level. File level corresponds to hotspots, architecture level shows cost on component/ service/module level, and system level calculates the overall cost.
CodeScene’s cost analyses let you reason about the technical and organizational findings from a financial perspective. For example, how much time do you spend on defects in your top hotspots?
CodeScene integrates with Jira, Trello, Azure DevOps, and GitHub Issues.
That's good! In fact, many of our users are already using other code analysis tools. Often, these tools complement the information that CodeScene provides. A traditional static analysis tool serves well to catch common coding mistakes or style violations. It's genuinely useful. However, a static analysis will never be able to tell you if some excess code complexity actually matters –- this is where CodeScene’s behavioral code analysis fills an important gap.
We also find that CodeScene's higher-level information, clear priorities, and intuitive visualizations attract a wide range of stakeholders. As such, CodeScene's sweet spot is that we serve the whole engineering organization, not just developers or managers, but both. This enables you to have a conversation around a deeply technical topic like code with your non-technical stakeholders. It's all about communication and shared situational awareness.
This integration lets you visualize and detect defect-dense modules, as well as putting a cost dimension on top of the findings. CodeScene’s cost analyses let you reason about the technical and organizational findings from a financial perspective. For example, how much time do you spend on defects in your top hotspots? What amount of work is unplanned? And what happens over time?
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.