Ten practical essays from industry experts giving specific techniques for effective peer code review
Like many other books on improving software quality, this book starts with the story of bugs discovered by the customer during the deployment phase. Developers work frantically to find it, only to stumble with red herrings. The real bug, hidden and lurking somewhere deep inside the source code, turned out to be small, actually a very silly one that normally could be noticed immediately. This one silly bug costed you your costumer’s goodwill, several days of works, of which severely compromised your already busy schedule.
Table of Contents
- Cisco: The largest-ever case study of peer code review
- Modern experiments: results of the past 15 years
- Five types of review: Pro’s and Con’s
- Managing social aspects of peer review
- Code review in the SEI/CMMI/PSP/TSP context
- Why many developers don’t embrace code review
- Questions to ask when implementing a peer review process
- Why haven’t you heard more about code review?
- Metrics and measurements
- Code Collaborator: Software for efficient, remote peer review
Format(s): PDF, Mobi, ePub
File size: 3.17 MB
Number of pages: 166