Individual Scorecard

OVERVIEW

QA Dashboard's Scorecard module collects and brings all the developer-related data together to give insight into the development productivity.

Developer Scorecard

Be better than ever, because you know where you stood before.

Scorecards give individuals a chance to know where they stand in order to improve their engineering skills.

HOW CAN I SEE DEVELOPER SCORECARDS?

Developer Scorecards do not require any special creation process. It is only necessary to choose for which roles the scorecard will be displayed.

By default, Developer Scorecards are displayed for Developers, Team Leads and QA Engineers. Follow the steps below in order to set new roles.

  1. Navigate to Administration Panel > Company.

  2. Select the company roles to set up the Scorecard display rule. Then click Save button.

RELATED ACCOUNTS OF DEVELOPER πŸ†”

Scorecard collects individual's data automatically from different tools (SDLC/ALM/DevOps) and environments by using related accounts info of the profile. Therefore, you need to update Related Accounts of the profile to cover all the accounts of a user in different tools.

Click the "..." on the right corner of the Scorecard and select "Update Profile".

Use "Add Account" button to add new account info. Then, Save the changes.

SCORECARD DATE FILTER πŸ—“

You can use date filter bar to see the metrics for a selected period of time.

Developer Scorecard Default Date Range

You can set default date range for all Developer Scorecards. If your organization is only interested in data of the last year, you can set default date range as Last Year to open Scorecards with this filter directly.

  1. Navigate to Administration Panel > General Settings > Date Filter.

  2. Select Default Date Range and Save the changes.

SCORECARD SUMMARY πŸ“Š

CONTRIBUTION STATISTICS πŸ‘©πŸ’»

We track commit statistics in Developer Scorecards because commits are one of the most important activities of the software development process.

Find out which repositories the developer works on for the selected date range.

See the developer's contribution rate for each repository.

CODE QUALITY WIDGETS πŸ“ˆ πŸ“‰

Scorecards collect real-time data from your code analysis tools (SonarQube, CAST, Fortify) to show the code quality metrics of the developers.

Scorecards make your organization's open issues visible, to give you a chance to improve.

See where your code quality stands, identify the problematic units, and improve it.

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