Bad Code, Craftsmanship, Engineering, and Certification
Robert C. Martin
May 26, 2010
Robert C. Martin, during his keynote at QCon London 2010, tried to figure out why there is so much bad code written. He offers advice on writing good code talking about a bad code example, Boy Scout rule, functions, arguments, craftsmanship, TDD, continuous integration, pairing, small cycles, patterns, engineering, certification, and other elements contributing to qualitative code.
Bridging Internal and External Software Quality with Sonar and JaCoCo
Apr 18, 2011
In this article, author Olivier Gaudin discusses the differences between internal and external software quality and how to perform the software quality assessment using tools like Sonar and its new extension JaCoCo.
Talking .NET Code Analysis with Patrick Smacchia
Jan 07, 2008
Patrick Smacchia is a Visual C# MVP with over 15 years of software development experience. He is the author of Practical .NET 2 and C# 2, books about the .NET platform. He has worked on software in a variety of fields including the stock exchange at Société Générale and a satellite base station at Alcatel. He's currently the lead developer of the tool NDepend.
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