Sourcegraph , a company specializing in universal code search, polled more than 500 North American software developers to identify issues in code complexity and management. Its general findings are probably no surprise to most Ars readers—software has gotten bigger, more complex, and much more important in the past ten years—but the sheer scope can be surprising. Before diving into the data, it important to understand the angle the survey is coming from. Sourcegraph own business model is...

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