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January 18, 2022

Sneak Peak at Teams

Share and use common coding practices, find examples of great code, teach and learn from other coders at school or across a large team

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Blog
Product Updates
 • 
January 18, 2022

Sneak Peak at Teams

Share and use common coding practices, find examples of great code, teach and learn from other coders at school or across a large team

2

 min read

Dear Sema Community,

Happy New Year and I hope your 2022 is already off to a good start.

We are so honored to welcome so many more users to this community.

In this edition of our product newsletter, we wanted to showcase a feature that’s just around the corner, Teams.

In the meantime feel free to peruse our growing best practice collection — now over 10,000 in over 150 collections.

Teams: the “Why”

The first version of our product was aimed at individuals and teams working on single repositories.

We are putting the finishing touches on Teams functionality so that our users can…

- Share and use common coding practices across multiple repositories and specialties (frontend, API teams, etc.)

- Find examples of great code, and “lessons learned” code, that can serve as teaching moments across multiple repositories and thousands of pull requests

-Teach and learn from other coders at school or across a large team

Teams: the “What”

Users will be able to create multiple teams, add the same repos to different teams, and add people to more than one team.

Then, everyone on the team can see shared visualizations like in the Team Dashboard:

And, teams will be able to establish Collections of best practices just for their use– which can come from choosing from Community Collections, or by creating their own.

What’s next?

In our next newsletter we’ll show you how to get started with Teams. We can’t wait …

And we’re always keen to hear your ideas, suggestions, and feedback.

Hope 2022 will be a year of health, growth, and code quality.

Matt
Your Friendly Neighborhood CEO-Type Person

Matt Van Itallie

Sema Founder and CEO

I've spent my career at the intersection of technology and teams, working on hard problems that matter.

Dear Sema Community,

Happy New Year and I hope your 2022 is already off to a good start.

We are so honored to welcome so many more users to this community.

In this edition of our product newsletter, we wanted to showcase a feature that’s just around the corner, Teams.

In the meantime feel free to peruse our growing best practice collection — now over 10,000 in over 150 collections.

Teams: the “Why”

The first version of our product was aimed at individuals and teams working on single repositories.

We are putting the finishing touches on Teams functionality so that our users can…

- Share and use common coding practices across multiple repositories and specialties (frontend, API teams, etc.)

- Find examples of great code, and “lessons learned” code, that can serve as teaching moments across multiple repositories and thousands of pull requests

-Teach and learn from other coders at school or across a large team

Teams: the “What”

Users will be able to create multiple teams, add the same repos to different teams, and add people to more than one team.

Then, everyone on the team can see shared visualizations like in the Team Dashboard:

And, teams will be able to establish Collections of best practices just for their use– which can come from choosing from Community Collections, or by creating their own.

What’s next?

In our next newsletter we’ll show you how to get started with Teams. We can’t wait …

And we’re always keen to hear your ideas, suggestions, and feedback.

Hope 2022 will be a year of health, growth, and code quality.

Matt
Your Friendly Neighborhood CEO-Type Person

Matt Van Itallie

Sema Founder and CEO

I've spent my career at the intersection of technology and teams, working on hard problems that matter.