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Quality in the Real World

We have been producing code quality dashboards at work. They are produced by our CI server whnever a successful build is produced. This allows developers to get quick feedback on the quality of code they have just commited. We can compare projects and raise their quality over time. This is all very well and good but wouldn’t it be nice to see how we are doing compared to the outside world?

So without further aso I present to you 4 code quality dashboards for a selection of .NET open source projects [and one MS one!]

As you can see quality is variable with nmock and ASP.NET MVC doing well. Fifty percent unit test coverage for nunit is a bit shocking however!

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11 September 2008 - Posted by | Code Quality, Metrics | , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. […] can focus on removing them. A while ago a former colleague and friend of mine Peter Camfield blogged about quality dashboards he and Josh Chisolm had been working on. We’ve recently […]

    Pingback by rob bowley - adventures in software craftsmanship » Blog Archive » Visualising the internal quality of software: Part 1 | 28 October 2009 | Reply


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