Sourcegraph Launches new Feature to Automate Large-Scale Code Changes Across Repositories

Sourcegraph Launches new Feature to Automate Large-Scale Code Changes Across

Sourcegraph, a universal code search platform employed by many companies including Uber, PayPal, Amazon, Cloudflare, Atlassian, and Qualtrics has added a new feature specifically designed to help companies expedite their development ‘velocity,’ a metric that is used in agile development to outline the amount of work a team manages during a sprint.

According to the Sourcegraph, with batch challenges rolling out, organizations can automate and track large-scale code changes over all their repositories and code hosts, which saves up to 80% of their valuable time versus existing manual methods.

With an increase in expectations around speedy software cycles, developers are under tremendous pressure to optimize how they work.

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