Sonar in the news

by olivier gaudin|

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

    Sonar at !
    By Mickael Istria, 8 October 2012

    It’s been awhile since I started bugging around with having Sonar at But there has been a lot of progress recently, enough progress to share them in a blog post and get you start using Sonar. So let’s get started evangelizing the fight against technical debt.

    BSB Develops Innovative IT Solutions for the Finance Sector, Raises Product Quality By Analyzing 5.75 Million LoC with Sonar
    By Stéphane Nicoll, 15 October 2012

    BSB is a provider of business solutions and IT services for the finance sector. In 2009, BSB implemented Sonar to analyze and manage the code quality of its core software framework, used by more than 80 developers in three countries. Today, BSB's Sonar implementation analyzes more than 5.75 million LoC daily.

    SonarSource Newsletter, Issue #3
    By SonarSource, 9 October 2012

    Welcome to our third newsletter. We're pleased to announce the launch of Sonar 3.2, which adds new languages and productivity features. Some of the key new features in Sonar 3.2 include complete support for C++ and Python, PDF reporting and enhancements to administration tools. Keep reading to find out more about these and other newsworthy items.

    Technical Debt Sonar Analysis
    By John Heintz & Israel Gat, 10 October 2012

    Presentation of Technical Debt at Austin JUG

    Improve and measure your code with Sonar
    By GetStreaming, 2 October 2012

    I recently started to measure the code quality of my projects. Sonar is a popular tool for this, it basically scans your (Java) source code and gives you various different metrics regarding code size, quality and improvements. See this sample screen for the Apache project...

    Through the eyes of sonar: Immutable Objects
    By Stéphan Mestach, 29 October 2012

    Sonar is an open platform to manage code quality. Sonar is combining various java quality tools and collect these possible defects as violations. Let’s see how sometimes we misuse immutable objects.

    An insight into sonar plugin development
    By Sumit Bisht, 31 October 2012

    In the recent months, I've been involved in developing a language plugin for sonar that displays different metrics for a specified language. I am writing this post as there is not much content available for this topic even when sonar is a widely popular tool.