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SonarQube workshop – Mastering Continuous Inspection


Title : Mastering continuous Inspection with SonarQube

Description : This one-day course, by one of the authors of SonarQube In Action, is the ideal hands-on workshop to learn the core concepts of source code quality and how to eventually adopt continuous inspection in any software development lifecycle, using SonarQube. It is intended to teach developers, testers and software architects how to use this open-source tool to continuously track and improve the quality of their source code

Here’s a short outline of what we’re going to deal with during this workshop:

  • The 7 axes of quality and the technical debt
  • Picking a focus for improvement (group work)
  • Continuous Inspection basics
  • Analysis modes ( hands-on )
  • Applying Continuous Inspection (Quality Gates, Action plans and code reviews) ( hands-on )
  • Strategies for successful adoptions

About the trainer/author : Patroklos Papapetrou is a Java architect, addicted to software quality and an agile team leader with more than 15 years of experience in software development. He believes and invests in people and team spirit seeking quality excellence. He’s one of the authors of SonarQube in action book, he is an active SonarQube community member and plugin contributor. He treats software systems as flowers that’s why he prefers calling himself a software gardener.

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