Open Source Linters
Infographic – Open source linters – 2021

A linter is a program dedicated to automatically identify code smells, bugs, vulnerabilities, formatting issues, … They typically use static analysis for that purpose. Most of the linters are open source and maintained by a community of developers. A linter is often dedicated to a single language. Some tools aggregate multiple linters, such as SonarQube

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Interview : Octoperf, a powerful load testing solution

This month, we welcome Guillaume Betaillouloux from Octoperf, a software solution dedicated to performance testing. An opportunity to learn more about their product and its added value for this startup founded in 2016.   Hello Guillaume! To start, can you introduce us to Octoperf? OctoPerf is a company created by four performance lovers four years

Discover Technical Agile Coaching with Jean-Louis Rigau

Let’s discover more about Technical Agile Coaching. We met Jean-Louis Rigau, Technical Agile Coach, who tells us more about his missions during a Technical Coaching session and his day-to-day work in the teams. Agile, Software Craftsmanship, DevOps, we discuss all these topics together. Hello Jean-Louis! First of all, can you introduce yourself in a few

Feedback: Gamification for technical debt and tests management

As part of the software test evening at Sophia, Xavier was able to present feedback on the gamification of software quality. The conference is available on video here : [vc_video title=”Gaming of technical debt and tests” link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jUkYEfAO8Q”]

Crowdtesting: Testeum answers our questions

Last week, we presented the Testeum   tool dedicated to Crowdtesting, with feedback from our internal use. Launched in spring 2020, this solution aims to democratise Crowdtesting. To go further in the discovery of the tool, we propose you an interview with the editor of Testeum, the company Hightest. ProMyze: At what stage in the

Discover the code review
Discovering the code review

You’ve probably already heard of code review. Would you like to understand better the principles of code review, the benefits it brings, and the essential points to watch out for to ensure that it takes place in good conditions? That’s what this article is all about! What is the code review? The principle of the

A look back at the French Software Testing Day 2020

It is a 12th edition of the JFTL (French Software Testing Day) which was held this year at the Belfry in Paris, given the current health context. Nevertheless, although the date was initially planned for April 1st, the organising committee did everything possible to ensure the success of this event, which is a must in

Promyze invited to Studio Renegade !

If the summer period was busy, with the SaaS version of our tool and the redesign of our site, it was also the opportunity to participate in the new show La.Fresh.Tech produced by Studio Renegade. This association produces programmes on a variety of themes (TV series, High Tech, electronics, code, cooking, debates, geek culture, etc.),

Themis became Promyze !

When we started the start-up in 2016, we had a lot of ideas in mind (and we still do today!) and had to draw the outlines of our project. Designing a tool to help development teams continuously improve the quality of their code was a major challenge, which we have always sought to meet. We

Learning about good practices at INSA
Feedback from Promyze to INSA

This article was written for Frédéric Baucher, a teacher at INSA (Institut National de Sciences Appliquées). He shares with us his feelings and his feedback on the use of Promyze in the context of teaching. Context and course content The INSA group brings together 7 schools, including 6 in France and 1 in Fez (Morocco)

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