The Definitive Guide to Building Code Quality (Don Jones)

 
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The Definitive Guide to Building Code Quality (Don Jones)

The Definitive Guide to Building Code Quality offers a thorough analysis of contemporary methods for turning raw source code into usable code. The guide discusses standard procedures and best practices for debugging, testing, and getting code ready for commercial distribution in addition to looking at current tools and methodologies.

In order to ensure that modifications to code bases are correctly identified, tested, and integrated, the emphasis is placed throughout on the completeness of coverage in test cases, comprehensive exercise and optimization of code, and use of appropriate procedures and workflows.

Although Visual Studio 2008 is the primary development environment discussed in this book, readers who use other environments and toolkits will find the discussion of code analysis and metrics, taxonomies and examples of typical coding errors, and automated code optimization techniques to be of great interest. The topic of the talk covers techniques for reducing code complexity, making the best use of resources, analyzing the length of code paths, determining the best way to use code libraries, and selecting predefined classes and functions.

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