Posts Tagged ‘Defect Detection’

  • Dealing with a different type of backlog…your bug backlog

    on Feb 3, 11 • by Todd Landry • with 2 Comments

    Dealing with a different type of backlog…your bug backlog

    As a product manager, the only backlog I typically care about is my product backlog. Do I have the right stories in there? Do the stories have enough detail? Are they properly prioritized? You know, that kind of stuff. Today, however, I’m going to write about a very different backlog, that is the static analysis defect backlog. A static analysis backlog is created when you run a static analysis product on your code base for the very first time. Chances are pretty good that the first analysis is going to list a large number of defects,

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  • Real developers don’t need tools

    on Jul 15, 10 • by Alen Zukich • with 1 Comment

    Real developers don’t need tools

    As the topic suggests, this kind of argument has been around for some time.  Most developers can recognize the need for tools but once you start breaking the developer’s day-to -day workflow you might as well flush that tool down the drain. What developers need is a tool that seamlessly integrates with their development environment and their workflow, so they can meet their quality goals without taking a big productivity hit. It’s one thing to provide plug-in tools for the more popular IDEs like Visual Studio and Eclipse, but it’s an added bonus when defect

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