SUKU is a blockchain solution used by companies to drive efficiency, transparency, and ultimately bring an institutional level of trust to the consumer-brand relationship. SUKU’s platform employs an on-demand, open, decentralized software distribution model which consists of applications and services that are utilized by various participants. These applications are intended to be built with technology partners in a continually evolving ecosystem.
Engineering managers for global companies like SUKU commonly face the challenge of how to efficiently review code when working with offshore development teams. The challenge stems from the significant time zone differences between the teams, which was 11.5 hours for the SUKU team. The offshore team primarily relies on Slack for communications, but engineering management was seeking a more contextual way to communicate during the code review.
“Using CodeStream for code reviews is easier than using pull requests. It’s as simple as checking out a new branch and leaving comments alongside the code in my IDE, like you would comment on a Google Doc. CodeStream handles delivering my comments to the developers via Slack with all the related code snippet and location information they need to resolve the issue. CodeStream has shortened our code review time by around 25%, which enables us to work more efficiently while maintaining quality.
- Bryce Doganer, Blockchain Engineer
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CodeStream helps development teams discuss, review and understand code. CodeStream links comments and issues directly to the code blocks they refer to, making them instantly available to everyone on the team.