Fine tune permissions with other developers

Valerio Barbera

Hi, I’m Valerio, head of engineering at Inspector.

Since the beginning of my career, nearly a decade ago, I always worked as part of a team. Software development is collaborative by nature. If you’re working for a company, regardless of size, you’re obviously working with others.

But each team has its own rules. All developers in a group don’t follow all the current tasks, but they are often assigned to specific projects to stay focused.

That’s why we decided to put some improvements on our authorization system giving you the ability to assign each organization member to specific projects.

Here is a short video about new “per project” authorization options:

If your team is growing or your company manage multiple projects yet, you can now better tune developers to the projects for which they are responsible.

Sharing real time information about the status of your business critical application can help your team to improve productivity and to respond quickly to any unexpected event.

Thank you so much for reading it. To make Inspector more sophisticated and mature, it will not be possible to accomplish without your help. Don’t hesitate to share your thoughts on the comment below or drop in live chat on our website!

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Inspector is an easy to use Code Execution Monitoring tool that helps developers to identify bugs and bottlenecks in their application automatically. Before customers do.

screenshot inspector code monitoring timeline

It is completely code-driven. You won’t have to install anything at the server level or make complex configurations in your cloud infrastructure.

It works with a lightweight software library that you can install in your application like any other dependency. Check out the supported technologies in the GitHub organization.

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