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“If we double the team size, we’ll go twice as fast, right?”

If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone. Software development isn’t a linear process that can be easily augmented like assembly lines. Unfortunately, many companies still make decisions using traditional management styles and techniques.

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08/04/2022

Tool fatigue is a common affliction in many software development environments and is characterized by an overwhelming sense of weariness that sets in as more and more tools get added to the developer toolkit.

07/28/2022

Tool fatigue is a common affliction in many software development environments and is characterized by an overwhelming sense of weariness that sets in as more and more tools get added to the developer toolkit.

07/12/2022

A message from Brian Pierce, CodeLogic CEO, on the launch of CodeLogic's Continuous Software Intelligence Platform.

07/12/2022

CodeLogic today launched the first and only developer toolkit that scans post-compile binaries, runtime app behavior, and database connections to provide a complete and up-to-the-second picture of infrastructure-wide software connections and dependencies.

06/20/2022

While flying blind each time code is altered or added has become the norm, it’s not necessary.

06/20/2022

Software engineers can now begin to remove their blindfolds, surface what-if scenarios with accurate information, and stop the fear of breaking changes. Here’s how.

06/13/2022

The challenge for organizations that either already outsource some or all of their software development, or are contemplating doing so, is ensuring that the software developed by these firms meets not only their own quality standards but industry benchmarks as well.

05/26/2022

We recently released a new product capability to capture stored procedures in Oracle and PostgreSQL databases and Java and .NET calls of those stored procedures.

05/24/2022

CodeLogic Principal Software Dev Engineers Jason Schatz and Rob Vrooman are delivering a full session at the upcoming GraphConnect conference in Austin, Texas.

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A New Way to Manage Developer Tool Fatigue

Tool fatigue is a common affliction in many software development environments and is characterized by an overwhelming sense of weariness that sets in as more and more tools get added to the developer toolkit.

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