Today, we’re highlighting six recently launched reports and features that were built to help you understand even more about your team’s development process.
Announcing our new Email Reporting feature, which can be used to get GitPrime insights delivered to your inbox on a daily, weekly, or monthly cadence.
The recently launched Player Card is designed to provide a condensed view of core individual metrics across Code, Submit, and Review contributions.
With the Knowledge Sharing report, you can easily visualize a team’s collaboration patterns, spot concentrated knowledge silos, and monitor key health indicators to build an even more effective team.
In Part 1 of this series, we covered the four process-based dynamics of code reviews. Here, we explore the people-based dynamics to look for in your code review process.
Recognizing patterns in your organization’s code review process can provide a path to turbocharging the team’s effectiveness. Here’s how.
Now with robust ticketing integrations (Jira, GitHub Issues, etc.) and support for Pull Requests, it’s a powerful new way to lead engineering at scale.
GitPrime’s new Code Review and Collaboration insights provide visibility into the end-to-end pull request workflow. Bottlenecks, struggling PRs, and patterns in team collaboration are now all visible in GitPrime.
We just launched advanced outlier controls in GitPrime, which allows you to set custom thresholds and manually flag individual commits as outliers. Here’s how it works.
Our new API includes all the major objects and allows you to export data in JSON and CSV format. Here’s what the feature allows you to do with your GitPrime data.
GitPrime has been named a 2018 Colorado Company to Watch. Here’s more information on the award and why we’re proud to be part of the growing Colorado tech ecosystem.
GitPrime’s CEO, Travis Kimmel, on Measuring Software Engineering Productivity — with SE-Radio, the podcast for professional software developers.
Get Engineering Impact: the weekly newsletter for managers of software teams
Keep current with trends in engineering leadership, productivity, culture, and scaling development teams.