back to article New Relic guzzles down CodeStream to help devs jump straight from app error telemetry to offending code

Observability company New Relic has acquired CodeStream, specialists in developer collaboration, with the aim being to connect observability data with code in the development environment. CodeStream, founded in 2017 by Peter Pezaris, adds instant developer communication to coding environments. For example, a developer puzzling …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    For the life of me, I don't know how those IDE tools survive with their outrageous prices compared to the likes of Netbeans. I've even worked with most of them, and found them either lacking or "just different" than Netbeans. Of course if you aren't doing Java code, then those IDEs become more attractive, but for me, Netbeans is more than adequate.

    I'd honestly rather NOT use the likes of Jetbrains and attain any "finger memory" for its IDE when I will NEVER be willing to spend that kind of money for my own use.

  2. Snake Silver badge

    "New Relic guzzles down CodeStream..."

    Eh, another JS domain to block.

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward


    "I can debug production directly from my IDE."

    In Smalltalk, you can do that and dynamically apply a code change to fix the issue.

  4. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Social etiquette

    Brave of the guys in New Relic management to assume devs like to talk about their colleagues code ... to those colleagues ;¬|

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