Sonar in the news

by olivier gaudin|

    Welcome to the roundup of blog posts and pages that mentioned Sonar last month...

    Managing Software Debt: An Interview with Chris Sterling
    By informIT, 24 February 2011

    Just why is it that we seem so rushed to cut corners in software development, what are the long-term implications, and how can we move past emergency-driven-development? Matt Heusser interviews Chris Sterling, author of Managing Software Debt, to discuss the use of the debt metaphor for software, along with other ways to look at the problem that lead to more healthy outcomes.
    If anybody reading this has not checked out Sonar go right now...oh...I mean after you read the rest of this interview.

    Gradle friends with Sonar
    By Magnus Rundberget, 18 February 2011

    A little while ago a colleague of mine asked me if I had done a Sonar analysis of my current project. Well I hadn't so I started to investigate a little on what my options were given my build was setup with Gradle. After reading up a bit on the gradle forums, it appeared that it wasn't all that trivial. In particular getting my emma coverage available for sonar seemed to be a stumbling block. The sonar version at the time also seemed to be fairly tied to maven, a build system I sort of left behind last year.

    Sonar: feel the pulse of your code
    By Philopator Ptolemy, 8 February 2011

    Regular code reviews are like physical exercise: everybody agrees how important it is but only few have time and energy for it. Yet, code reviews are one of the best ways to reduce defects and associated waste in debugging time, not to mention the overall product reliability.

    Sonar Instance @ASF
    By Olivier Lamy, 2 February 2011

    A Sonar instance is now available at ASF

    Technical Debt - PHPBenelux
    By Elizabeth Naramore, 28 January 2011

    Presentation on Technical Debt at PHPBenelux