Quick tip: AWS S3 invalid certificate

If you are getting invalid SSL certificate error in the browser when serving assets from the s3 bucket and using s3 bucket name as a subdomain. This quick tip might be a help.

In my case, I had a dot in the bucket name so the domain created was like https://akhil.bansal.s3.amazo…… I removed the dot from the bucket name and it worked perfectly. Looks like S3 ssl certificate does not support a dot in the subdomain.

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Default Threshold Adjustment for Go Maintainability Checks

In response to feedback from our Go community, we’ve increased the default threshold for the following Go maintainability checks to reflect the language’s convention and to eliminate false positives:

  • File lines
  • Method lines
  • Method complexity

As a result, you might see a one-time, unexpected improvement on the maintainability ratings for your Go repositories. The subsequent analysis should be stabilized after this one-time adjustment.

If you have questions about how our configurations work, please check out our documentation here.

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Swift has arrived!

Swift tweet

We’re thrilled to announce that Swift is the 8th officially supported language on Code Climate!

Just like our other supported languages (Go, TypeScript, JavaScript, PHP, Python, Java, Ruby), we now provide our out-of-box 10-point technical debt assessment, and full support for tracking test coverage of Swift applications. Additionally, we’ve upgraded our Tailor plugin to the latest version.

Please add a Swift repo on your Code Climate account and give it a try! We would love to hear what you think.

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Launching Today: Velocity

Data-driven insights to boost your engineering capacity

Today we’re sharing something big: Velocity by Code Climate, our first new product since 2011, is launching in open beta.

Velocity helps organizations increase their engineering capacity by identifying bottlenecks, improving day-to-day developer experience, and coaching teams with data-driven insights, not just anecdotes.

Velocity helps you answer questions like:

  • Which pull requests are high risk and why? (Find out right away, not days later.)
  • How does my team’s KPIs compare to industry averages? Where’s our biggest opportunity to improve?
  • Are our engineering process changes making a difference? (Looking at both quantity and quality of output.)
  • Where do our developers get held up? Do they spend more time waiting on code review or CI results?

Learn more about Velocity

Why launch a new product?

Velocity goes hand-in-hand with our code quality product to help us deliver on our ultimate mission: Superpowers for Engineering Teams. One of our early users noted:

“With Velocity, I’m able to take engineering conversations that previously hinged on gut feel and enrich them with concrete and quantifiable evidence. Now, when decisions are made, we can track their impact on the team based on agreed upon metrics.” – Andrew Fader, VP Engineering, Publicis

Get started today

We’d love to help you level up your engineering organization. Request a free trial and we’ll be in touch right away. As a special thank you for our early supporters, anyone who begins a free, 14-day trial before Friday, February 16th will get 20% off their first year.

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New: Golang is here!

We’re thrilled to announce that Go is the 7th officially supported language on Code Climate!

Just like our other supported languages (Typescript, Javascript, PhP, Python, Java and Ruby), we now provide our out-of-box 10-point technical debt assessment , and full support for tracking test coverage of Go applications. Additionally, we’ve promoted 3 Go plugins – gofmt, golint, and govet out of beta, and our team will support and keep them updated going forward.

Please add a Go repo on your Code Climate account and give it a try! We would love to hear what you think.

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