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Wednesday, December 11 • 10:20am - 11:15am
(SLIDES) Patrick Smacchia--How to make the most of Code Analysis?

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Today, the motto 'the source code is the design' is getting widely adopted with the growing success of agile methodologies. But even if many realize that the code itself is a precious asset, complex and hard-to-maintain code base still remains the rule more than the exception.
Few are using code analysis that can help in having programs more maintainable, code bases more pleasant to live in, and application easier to extend. In this track, we’ll focus on practical and real-world code analysis experiences with the tool NDepend analyzing some .NET code. Developing this tool for now a decade, has been a fantastic opportunity to develop features and methodologies that we and our users needed.
Many practices that work best for us and our users will be explained. This include thoughts on structuring code, on measuring code quality, on writing automated tests, on using code contracts, on prioritizing reported flaws, on reporting progress, evolutions and trending.

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Patrick Smacchia

Patrick Smacchia is the creator and lead developer of the tool NDepend for .NET developers. He programs since he’s 10 and enjoys developing with .NET since the inception of the platform a decade ago. After a decade of programming, consulting and training in various teams and environments, he came to the conclusion that the uncontrolled complexity of large real-world systems was a major cause of frictions and failures in our industry. This... Read More →



Wednesday December 11, 2013 10:20am - 11:15am
Hall 5.2

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