A developer or a contractor leaving an organization or being transferred to a different project also involves active knowledge loss. This leads to loss of mastery in some areas, as well as considerable technical issues and financial risks.
CodeScene comes with a project planning simulation model that helps explore the off-boarding risks while the developers are still aboard. This helps identify knowledge loss risk and helps with new developer on-boarding.
In case the off-boarding simulation points to significant knowledge loss of entire components or sub-systems, the information can be used to support re-planning or re-prioritizing features, as well as scheduling additional time for learning.
Use CodeScene’s project planning feature to identify high-risk code that might get abandoned as a result of a developer leaving. This information can facilitate the on-boarding process for a new developer in that part of the code.
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.
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.
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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