The CodeStream Blog

BestTechie Podcast - "It's all in the team"
February 19, 2020

CodeStream CEO Peter Pezaris was recently a guest on a BestTechie podcast. On the episode, "It’s all in the team, tales from a 4x founder," Peter discussed the process behind selling a company, including how to know when it’s time to sell as well as when to leave, the time CodeStream spent as part of Y Combinator’s Winter 2018 class, and how he has kept his founding team intact through four startups.

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CodeStream 6.2 Adds the ability to share codemarks to Microsoft Teams
February 19, 2020

CodeStream 6.2 brings the ability to share codemarks to Microsoft Teams.

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"Rock Your Code Reviews" Webinar
February 10, 2020

Learn the strategies and secrets of how high-performing teams at Microsoft and Google overcome the common pain points of code reviews. Presented by Dr. Michaela Greiler, leading expert on code reviews with 15 years experience improving software engineering processes at leading software companies.

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CodeStream 6.1: Create additional teams, and expanded PR integration
February 3, 2020

The latest release of CodeStream allows you to create, manage, and participate in multiple teams and improves our GitHub, GitLab, and Bitbucket integrations by also displaying comments from open PRs.

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CodeStream 6.0: Code discussion with granular control over sharing, fewer Slack/MS Teams permissions required, new activity feed
January 14, 2020

CodeStream announces immediate availability of version 6.0 that simplifies sharing, eliminates many of the permissions required when authenticating through Slack or Microsoft Teams, provides a comprehensive activity feed for anyone on the team to stay on top of relevant codemarks, and fixes a number of bugs.

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Five Ways Open Source Communities Can Increase User Engagement
January 13, 2020

Today, open source communities struggle to scale because they are focused solely on building new features. Maintainers and core contributors need to invest in tools to make the software building process more dynamic and collaborative. With a code discussion tool, which introduces the ability to comment and discuss code natively in your IDE, open source leaders can create more trust in the community and empower more contributors to be involved in maintaining an open source project.

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