We are pleased to inform you that we have moved our online presence and shifted from Empear.com to CodeScene.com. This is a step in our efforts to create a better online experience as well as making it easier for our customers and clients to find us.
Also our email addresses will change in the coming weeks, but nothing else that could affect you as a user.
Links to *empear.com* will be redirected to https://codescene.com. If you find a link that does not work, please let us know. With these changes we aim to strengthen our brand identity.
Meet Empear and our founder Adam Tornhill, or join one of his public workshops at the following events in 2019.
You can of course also book your own high-paced one-day workshop, at your site, where we mix theory with practical hands-on exercises lead by our CodeScene expert Adam Tornhill. Contact us for a quote and more info.
CodeScene 3.0 is a complete re-design in order to make the analysis data easily actionable, fit into your existing workflows, and to adapt the analysis information to different stakeholders.
The main features include auto-generated PDF reports that you can subscribe to, a new Code Health score for your hotspots, architectural-level metrics that let you analyse whole software architectures including microservices, and quality gates for CI/CD build pipelines.
If you’re a lead developer, technical manager, or just need to identify and prioritize your technical debt at an actionable level, then check out CodeScene SaaS
Christian Kvist will be responsible for business development at Empear. Christian has a background as CEO and Head of Sales and Marketing in the finance industry. Christian has also been chairman of the board at Empear since 2016.
Kalle Norrestam will join the development team and start work on the future of CodeScene. Kalle will also work with our services, such as our code and collaboration analysis, our monthly technical debt monitoring services, and the technical due dilligences that we perform.
CodeScene 2.8 introduces the concept of augmented analysis, which lets you add contextual information to the analysis data as intelligent notes. This is a new type of code analysis that provides a framework for managing technical debt. We have also improved and expanded the virtual code review to include social and temporal data.
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