Digma is a new free IDE Plugin for Continuous Feedback. It leverages OpenTelemetry behind the scenes to analyze your code runtime data as you run debug and test. By detecting code smells, issues, and regressions as-you-code, Digma shortens the feedback loop for developers and accelerates coding in complex codebases. The plugin dynamically lints the code and provides code-lens and analytics integrated into the IDE. In addition, Digma can aggregate existing OTEL data from multiple environments, providing constant visibility and analytics into how the code is performing in the real world: Is it being used? Which functions or components don't scale? Where are the error hotspots? etc.
We built Digma as a team of developers frustrated by the growing gap between observability and developers. Whereas observability has advanced considerably in recent years, developers are not yet applying it to its full potential as they write code. Our goal is to make observability transparent. Enable any developer to understand how their code behaves in runtime without having to know anything about OTEL, collector quantiles regressions, or anomaly detection. Instead of presenting shiny dashboards, we decided to create Digma as a platform well integrated into the dev tooling and IDE. In this session, we'll demonstrate what we've done and where we're taking the platform and use some practical code examples to demonstrate how Digma can contribute to the development cycle.
Roni Dover
Holistic developer and builder with a passion for development processes and practices. Afflicted by an acute Product Manager/Developer split personality disorder that was never treated. Currently, CTO and co-founder of Digma (, an IDE plugin for code runtime AI analysis to help accelerate development in complex codebases. A big believer in evidence-based development, and a proponent of Continuous Feedback in all aspects of Software Engineering.