Engineering Managers, Team Leads and Product Managers can now identify and address collaboration inefficiencies before they escalate. Using metrics such as pull request cycle time and merge frequency, you can pinpoint bottlenecks more quickly, quantifying Git collaboration and enhancing overall productivity.
Nearly every developer uses Git at some point. It is taught at most universities and widely available for anyone to use. This makes hosting solutions like GitHub a natural choice for many users, especially students, small teams, and anyone working with open source software. With so many people turning to GitHub to manage their projects, it raises an important question: Is GitHub safe?
Available in beta, we have introduced new version control REST APIs for Git integration in the 9.3.0.cl release of ThoughtSpot Analytics Cloud. ThoughtSpot administrators can now link their instances to a GitHub repository and utilize continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) best practices to effectively manage their organization's analytic content throughout its lifecycle.
Have you ever found yourself lost in a maze of code changes, unsure of who made what change and when? Or spent hours tracking down a bug, only to realize that it was caused by a single line of code that was changed months ago? If so, then Git Log is the tool you need, to streamline your development process and keep your codebase organized. With Git Log, you can easily track changes to your codebase, identify issues, and collaborate effectively with your team.
Software developers tend to work in packs. We pool our creativity (and our code) to build software and our strength in numbers helps reduce the risk of errors. The more people who check code and scan for bugs, the cleaner our final product will be. However, this places a premium on effective communication. We will end up accessing, reading, writing and changing the same files over and over again, and it’s vital we keep duplication of work to a minimum.