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Five Static Code Audits Every Developer Should Know and Use
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| by Mike Rozlog Follow 0 Followers on May 17, 2011 |

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Mike Rozlog discusses the need for software audits, proposing five code reviews that every developer should use: Numerical Literal, String Literal, god Method, Shotgun Surgery and Duplicate Code.

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Mike Rozlog is the Senior Director of products for Embarcadero. Mike was formerly with CodeGear, and previously, he spent more than eight years working for Borland in a number of positions, including a primary role as Chief Technical Architect. A reputed author, Mike has been published numerous times. His latest collaboration is Mastering JBuilder from John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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