Share and retrieve knowledge about best development practices with other developers on your team or other teams in your company.
Their teams use Promyze to increase their good development practices
Once a week (or every two weeks), the team meets for one hour during a Craft Workshop to discuss the identified practices, validate or modify them. Knowledge sharing and technical explanations, new practices may emerge during the retrospective.
From your IDE, Promyze highlights the best/bad practices corresponding to the code you are editing. During a code review, Promyze highlights the practices corresponding to the code that is displayed on the screen.
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Identify best and bad practices on any file while coding with the Promyze IDE plugin (available for VS Code, Visual Studio, Eclipse and the JetBrains suite). This plugin also allows you to benefit from automatic suggestions of your best practices when you code.
Identifying best practices directly during code reviews allows you to present them to the entire team during a retrospective. Promyze accompanies you by highlighting the best/bad practices present in the code displayed on the screen during the review.
Each best practice created is recorded in Promyze in your team’s practice repository. The associated code examples (positive, negative and refactoring proposals) are also recorded and illustrate the different practices. These examples, which come from your source code, provide concrete examples of practices to follow.
Promyze, the collaborative platform dedicated to improve developers’ skills through best practices sharing and definition