Join us Thursday, March 26, 2020, 16:00 – 17:00 CET (10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EST or check other timezones) for our free live webinar, Purging the Technical Debt By Using Static Code Analysis Tools, with Brian Di Croce.
With today’s technologies and tools, building software is no longer the complex craft of the past. Anyone with access to a computer can now write code in their favorite programming language or IDE. Furthermore, combining multiple different technologies in the codebase is the norm when designing software.
However, as the complexity of the code increases over time, so does the importance of keeping an eye on the overall quality of the code. But what exactly do we mean when talking about code quality? Which quality attributes should we keep an eye on? How can we automate the process of static code analysis so that we can quickly understand where we stand in terms of quality and technical debt?
In this presentation, we’ll discuss the science and technology related to static code analysis, so that you may use sound metrics to decide how to tackle technical debt. Whether you’re building software alone or collaboratively, this presentation will provide strategies to keep your code quality where it should be so that you may quickly implement features in your application.
To attend this webinar, register here.
About the presenter:
Brian Di Croce
Based in Montreal, Canada, Brian Di Croce currently works as a senior software development engineer for the City of Montreal where he provides technical leadership in various areas of the software lifecycle within multiple teams.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in software engineering from the École de technologie supérieure and is a Microsoft Certified Professional Developer specialized in enterprise application development. His expertise is in designing and delivering software using object-oriented and web technologies. When not programming, he enjoys making time for reading books, listening to podcasts and getting thrown in judo by people much better than him.
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