Comments OffPosted in TechDebt ReportsFeb 6, 2013
This is the fifth report based on TechDebt.org, a perfect occasion for us to review the past year with metrics, a collection of previous experts interviews and the results of our survey sent to a hundred of IT organizations on how they define and manage Technical Debt of their software development projects.
In this report
- TechDebt metrics evolution overview since May, 2012
- Technical Debt Survey results
- Interview with Ward Cunningham
- Interview with Philippe Kruchten
- Interview with Israel Gat
- Interview with Ipek Ozkaya
- Interview with Jean-Louis Letouzey
The TechDebt Report #3 (October, 2012) is available! This is the third report based on TechDebt.org‘s data. It presents the main evolutions of the audit database and the various metrics of the dashboard. It will also give you some tips to configure your rules repository and especially five important rules that seem unknown. This report details the software quality metrics collected since July, 2012.
This report details the software quality metrics collected since July, 2012.
- Web (HTML/CSS),
- Abap (SAP),
- Visual Basic,
Metrics and rule controls are performed with the following tools (among others):
- PHP CodeSniffer,
Thanks to Armel Gouriou for this paper.
1,293 software projects tracked, 78M+ lines of code analyzed, 59K days of technical debt detected: The first TechDebt Report (June, 2012) is available for download on Tocea’s website. Thanks to Armel Gouriou for this paper.
The first TechDebt Report (June, 2012) is available for download on Tocea’s website. Thanks to Armel Gouriou for this first paper.