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Developers are systems thinkers and yet, most measures of developer productivity are metrics-based, instead of systems-based. In this post, Sourcegraph co-founder and CTO Beyang Liu presents five charts that visualize what really matters for developer productivity.
At Sourcegraph, we've helped enable some of the best engineering organizations in the world to perform major architectural migrations. In this post, we present five lessons, five elements of a successful monolith to microservices migration.
The Sourcegraph CI is complex and customized. To make it more accessible, software engineer Robert Lin used the new Sourcegraph feature, Notebooks, to make living documentation.
Yesterday, GitHub announced that it intends to shut down git.io, its link-shortener service, in just 3 days time. Please help us save git.io and the hundreds of thousands of links that will be broken!
Sourcegraph 3.39 introduces Notebooks, Code Insights on native PostgreSQL, faster Code Intelligence for Java, and dependencies search for Go.
Sourcegraph 3.38 introduces improved Notebooks, faster Code Intelligence for large repositories, dependencies search, and custom file syntax highlighting.
When a critical security vulnerability is identified, your response time is everything. There are probably shortcomings in your response process itself that are slowing you down—find out where they are and how you can be better prepared for the next third-party vulnerability.
Devs, engineering managers, and leadership across all companies and industries are looking for a better understanding of their codebase. Code Insights allows you to create insights for anything you can search for in seconds.
How our Frontend Platform team used codemods to automate a challenging global migration to CSS modules, and Code Insights to track and communicate progress.
Engineering leaders and engineers share their most effective approaches to help new hires onboard faster and build confidence.
Sourcegraph 3.37 introduces Code Insights, performance improvements for Code Intelligence, sharing for Notebooks, and a new UI for creating search contexts.
Upgrades of Sourcegraph instances would often fail with a dreaded "dirty database" error, leaving the the instance in a broken state that required manual intervention to resolve. Here's how we identified and solved a huge source of pain during upgrades for administrators.
Sourcegraph’s extension for Visual Studio Code allows you to search millions of open source repositories without cloning them to your local machine or leaving your IDE. Here’s how one engineering manager integrates it into his workflow.
Sourcegraph 3.36 introduces the ability to push branches from Batch Changes to forks, a new file fuzzy finder, Notebooks for code search documentation, and query-based search contexts.
Here's the story, and the lessons learned, from our work to remove all existing backend-related end-to-end tests and reliably run their corresponding unit and/or integration tests as part of our CI pipeline on all branches.
Rather than further growing our global index with more repositories from GitHub.com and GitLab.com, we’ll be focusing on broadening the set of code hosts Sourcegraph Cloud indexes from.
Sourcegraph 3.35 introduces precise Code Intelligence for Java, Scala, and Kotlin, plus the ability to publish changesets to multiple branches of a repository with a single batch change.
We are excited to announce that Sourcegraph now supports precise Code Intelligence for Java, Scala, and Kotlin, enabling compiler-accurate “Go to definition” and “Find references” within a Git repository and all transitive dependencies of your codebase.
The steps to identify and fix/mitigate the log4j Log4Shell 0-day (CVE-2021-44228) in your code have been widely reported. But they're manual and tedious, and it's hard to track the progress of fixes/mitigations across all your code. Here's how code search can help find, fix, and track code affect...