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We’ve received much feedback that having a separate chat stream for each source file didn’t mirror the way discussions were happening in the real world, where they often span source files. A discussion that starts with problematic code in one source file might end with relevant code being shared from another.
We’re going to be presenting a new version of CodeStream for Visual Studio Code, our #1 most requested editor, Monday through Wednesday next week at the Build Conference in Seattle. What’s cool is that Jonathan Carter, the lead PM on Visual Studio Live Share, will be demoing CodeStream’s integration with Live Share during one of the keynote presentations. We’re stoked.
If you are planning on attending the conference, or happen to be in Seattle, stop by booth E58 to check it out.
On Monday CodeStream was honored to present our company to over 2500 investors at YC’s twice-a-year Demo Day event. Thanks to our early supporters, we had a fantastic reception to our vision of dramatically improving the way software teams work together and build knowledge around their code.
More news to come but in the meantime checkout some stats from our W18 batch.
Two exciting updates from CodeStream, both of which will translate into fewer emails in your inbox. First up is our Slack integration. Once setup, all of your team’s messages on CodeStream will flow through to the channel of your choice on Slack. You can even reply to those messages right from Slack, and the replies will get posted to CodeStream. Definitely a good option for teams that have developers not currently using Atom.
We are proudly “Made in NYC” so we were thrilled to be featured at this month’s NY Tech Meetup event. Check out our Head of Product Dave Hersh’s interview as we continue to spread the word on the power of contextual messaging and integrated knowledge management for software teams.
Why You Should Do Something About Tech Debt
Every growing codebase in every industry is accumulating technical debt. The consequences of excessive technical debt are low productivity, high rate of errors, delays in delivering updates, higher costs, overburdened developers and less happy customers.
Since technical debt is inevitable, like death and taxes, the question is how to best manage its accumulation and reduction, and how to keep it at tolerable levels that will not result in bad business outcomes.
We started CodeStream because after years of working on news feeds and chat collaboration solutions, we realized that we were not applying what we knew about real-time collaboration to our own development processes. The team at CodeStream has been together for a couple of decades. We created a social network called Multiply, and a team chat solution called Glip. One day last year, as we were discussing code, it hit us that the available solutions, even our own previous efforts, were just not doing it for development teams. This post is about how to make team chat a lot better for hackers.
David Scott Carlick believes that successful investing hinges on markets and entrepreneurial teams. Products and services that are clever and adaptive yield success in new markets. To deliver these products and services requires vision and collaboration by inspired people.
David is currently an independent director and investor at PayActiv and Music Audience Exchange, and an investor in several private companies and venture funds. He is also an early investor in CodeStream.
Q: You are an investor in CodeStream. Why did you decide it was a good bet?
Periodically, Team CodeStream will look to interview leaders from around the world of software development to share the latest trends and insights from our fast-changing industry. For this first interview, we figured why not start with our own Peter Pezaris, Founder & CEO of CodeStream.
Peter has been building the future of collaboration for 23 years. A pioneer in social networking, news feeds, and real-time messaging, he now leads CodeStream as we embark on radically improving the software development process.