Code quality is one of the most important requirement in any project, this talk will inspire you sharing the techniques to improve your quality with static analysis tools.
AGENDA (130 seats available)
18.45 - 19.45/20.00 SonarJS : how to build a static code analyser and how to use it
20.00 - 20.30 QA + Networking
SonarJS : how to build a static code analyser and how to use it
How to use SonarJS for bug prevention in a development team and how does it work?
After a quick demo, we will look into what it means to build a code analyzer, how the code is represented and understood at different levels of abstraction, we will explain how those abstractions behave and show live examples of which kind of rules benefit from which kind of model.
Finally, since developers often work within teams and organisations, we will see how to use SonarJS consistently within a larger group of people and its place in the toolchain.
Currently a developer in SonarSource, Carlo has recently escaped from the corporate gilded cage. He seeks simple and expressive software design in daily work and great teams to devote to. So far he has created many systems he is not entirely ashamed of, a few agile teams he loved and a software development organization that was not half bad.