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SonarQube is an open source quality management platform, dedicated to continuously analyze and measure source code quality, from the portfolio to the method.
In part 1 of this series here, I explained the basics of SonarQube plug-ins and how to start writing your own plug-in. A plug-in may consist on a series of Metrics, Sensors, Decorators and Widgets,...
There are more than 30 useful plugins out there you can leverage from. But, mostly it boils down to customization. Lets create a custom sonarqube plugin.
Introduction (contd.) Continuing from where we left in our previous blog post on Installing SonarQube™ (formerly Sonar™) on Mac OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.4 , we will cover how to use SonarQube gi...
In this second part of my Continous Integration setup I will detail the steps required to install SonarQube (previously called just Sonar, renamed to SonarQube with 3.6 release just a few days ago)...
This post is specifically intended to Project Managers although developers and testers can also get reasonable inputs from this post.
Any significant enhancement to a complex system is likely to be fraught with pitfalls. Unit testing can help to minimize these risks. Tips for success -
OCTO Technology blog
In an effort to better understand some of the problematic areas of the C# codebase I work on, I recently setup an instance of the SonarQube code analysis platform. SonarQube is originally wri...
Deep insights into your Technical Debt
The SQALE pyramid helps you to analyze and understand your technical debt on three aspects:
· Maturity of the debt
· Remediation order
Instead of communicating just the total amount of Technical Debt, it is more useful to report its distribution in the form of a SQALE Pyramid. This should be part of good Project Management Dashboards.
Presentation at java day riga 2013, about code quality, technical debt and SonarQube