Sema CEO Matt Van Itallie explains how senior stakeholders can quickly identify codebase risks and “hotspots” — and address them before they frustrate customers, generate enormous cleanup costs, or aggravate developers who just want to get back to creating new code.
We've been busy here at Sema, working hard on our mission to bring unprecedented visibility into your code and development teams. And in the spirit of keeping things visible, we wanted to share details of some of our most recent and exciting updates.
Watch this space (you can subscribe to our updates in the form to the right) as we deliver our roadmap of activity types and insights. Meanwhile, here's a brief overview of some of the new features.
The new Activity feed will surface key happenings and anomalies in your repositories. By default -- when viewing the feed from the dashboard -- activity from all repositories is displayed.
Sema CEO Matt Van Itallie takes listeners through the five Ws of Sema Software — the Who, What, When, Where and Why of a company changing the way the world works with code to bring transparency to software development and data to the M&A table.
All businesses need effective tools. But when faced with breakneck growth, massive digital transformation, or simply keeping on top of dozens of projects, it can be hard to justify the cost and time to implement these tools -- even those that could boost the effectiveness of your software development efforts.
Sema’s goal is simple. We want to provide senior management, architects and developers with the definitive set of tools they need to find, fix, prevent and manage technical debt.
Bain’s 10th-anniversary Global Private Equity Report once again takes in the entire industry, highlighting specific strengths and flagging challenges and opportunities.
Sema is founded on three sacred trusts to engineers, organization leaders and other members of the software community. All three are essential to carrying out our work.
I am delighted to share our first e-book, The Coming Revolution in Technical Due Diligence, which discussed how technical due diligence will change as a result of tools like Sema’s. It lays out a solution that gives diligence teams powerful new ways to gain transparency and visibility during the technical due diligence process.
We are often asked here at Sema how our solutions work within DevOps organizations.
DevOps is the practice of operations and development engineers participating together in the entire service lifecycle, from design through the development process to production support. A logical outgrowth of Agile, extending Agile principles beyond the boundaries of the “code” to the entire delivered service, DevOps has been growing in popularity for several years now.