Use case

Improve Team Efficiency

Go beyond the code and consider the organization and people aspect of the system. With CodeScene, you can gain insight into the information invisible in the source code itself, such as coordination, communication and motivation. Use this information to address coordination needs and bottlenecks.

Measure Team’s Operational Boundaries

 

As an organization grows in size, social aspects such as coordination, communication and motivation increase in importance. Use CodeScene to measure operational boundaries of your team and detect moduls that can become coordination bottlenecks.

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Use Data to Drive Organizational Decisions

 

Conway’s Law states that an organization’s communication structure should be reflected in the software architecture. With CodeScene, measure Conway’s Law and drive organizational and technical decisions with objective data.

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THE PROBLEM

Organizational and social aspect of the code has typically been a matter of subjective judgement. Because these aspects are invisible in the code itself, they often turn into coordination bottlenecks, especially as an organization grows in size.

THE SOLUTION

CodeScene’s behavioral code analysis helps you fill in the blanks by measuring operational boundaries of each team and detecting modules that have become coordination bottlenecks. Use this information to make decisions based on objective data.

Benefits of this feature

Visualize the people side of code

Social aspects of the code are invisible in code, which means that we often miss important pieces of information. CodeScene’s behavioral code analysis visualizes the primary team behind each component or microservice based on code contributions, and evaluates how well does your architecture align with your organization.

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Identify Team-Coupling

With CodeScene, you can identify sub-systems that lack clear ownership. Find team coordination bottlenecks by identifying components or services that have recent contributions from different teams. Use this information to address coordination needs within your codebase.

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More ways to use CodeScene

Identify, Prioritize & Manage Technical Debt

 

A codebase under active development is a moving target that’s going to change over time, which makes it difficult to manage technical debt. CodeScene lets you identify, prioritize and manage technical debt by giving you relevant and actionable information that you can turn into business value.

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Improve the Code Health of your Codebase

CodeScene analyzes your existing code and helps you set code health improvement goals. Start with an initial analysis, get actionable and prioritizes insights and track progress toward your goals.

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Automate Code Reviews

CodeScene integrates with pull requests to provide feedback and detect code quality issues via an automated code review. This integration helps development teams by serving as a quality gate and early feedback loop.

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Detect and correct delivery risks

CodeScene uses a machine learning algorithm that is trained to detect technical risks while weighting in on the social side of code such as the experience of the developer doing the changes.

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Support Development Teams


Many organizations struggle with technical debt and code quality issues. CodeScene was developed to support development teams by providing them with actionable and continuous feedback loop for engineering decisions based on data.

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Minimize Developer On & Off-boarding risks


Simulate a planned off-boarding and detect any risks before they turn into issues. Use this information to guide the on-boarding process and support re-planning and re-prioritizing efforts.

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