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My upcoming talks about Code Quality and SonarQube

Posted by Patroklos Papapetrou on February 5, 2014


Here’s a list of my upcoming talks and workshops about SonarQube and code quality 

Ping me if you want to meet me and discuss about code quality, or to give talk, workshops in local user groups

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SonarQube 2014 unofficial Survey results

Posted by Patroklos Papapetrou on February 3, 2014


The unofficial SonarQube 2014 Survey has completed and in this post you can see the results

Thank you all of you who spend some time to vote

 

 

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SonarQube 2014 user community survey

Posted by Patroklos Papapetrou on December 13, 2013


Hi everyone

As every year, it’s time for voting!! Not for plugins but for SonarQube’s unofficial 2014 survey.
You are all welcome to reply anonymously to 10 simple SonarQube-related questions. I expect that you won’t need more than 5 minutes to complete it.
The survey will be open until 31 of January and the results will be published in a following post some days later. The results will show not only this year’s answers but also a comparison with previous years 🙂

Just click on the following link and send your responses https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/J9CHZ8N

Best Regards

Patroklos Papapetrou
Co-Author of Sonar​Qube​​ in Action
http://gr.linkedin.com/in/ppapapetrou
http://twitter.com/ppapapetrou76

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Java Day Riga 2013 – What a great day to remember!

Posted by Patroklos Papapetrou on November 28, 2013


What a superb day to remember!!
First time in Latvia, Riga, first time talking in a movie room.

When my talk was accepted by Dmitry (thank you very much once again) I couldn’t imagine of how great time I’d have during my stay in Riga. Everything was just perfect: the conference organization, the venue, the topics, the speakers and of course the participants! I wish I could duplicate myself to listen live more talks 😦 . I’m working on this 🙂

I decided to follow the Java 8 – Immutability – Scala track and I’m delighted that I had the chance to listen to all these speakers. It all started with the keynote speech by Simon Ritter and his excellent discussion about Functional Programming Constructs and Smpler Concurrency in Java SE 8. He made me want to use Java SE 8 right now and wondering if Lambda expressions is the end of the traditional for blocks and abstract classes! I can’t wait until March for the official release. In the meanwhile I can live with what Tero Perviainen reminded us about Immutable Java, by sharing his experience in real-life projects. Next, and after we enjoyed some great snacks, it was the right time to move to the Scala world, still in the JVM 🙂 Mirco Dotta, an experienced Typesafe Scala engineer, taught us how to effectively (not only for the compiler but the developer as well) write our Scala programs.

Then I had to take a break, because It was my turn to hold a session about code quality technical debt and SonarQube so I missed the talk by Jan Valenta about Java FX Deployment. I was really suprised of how many people actually use or are willing to use SonarQube 🙂

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The last talk I attended was JDK 8 Stream Style by this crazy Russian Oracle guy Sergey Kuksenko. His talk made me believe that the JDK8 Stream Class will be the new buzz-word class 🙂 . Buy bye lists, iterators etc.

I’m leaving Riga with the best of memories and maybe I’ll be back some day to attend another great Java Day event 🙂

Until that day, Jūs atkal redzēt my Latvian friends. ( I hope I got it right ) 🙂

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A little publicity thanks to SonarQube

Posted by Patroklos Papapetrou on November 14, 2013


A couple of years ago when I was signing a contract with Manning Publications to write SonarQube in Action, I couldn’t predict what would be the “side effects” of this decision. Now several months later and having the book published I can tell you, that this gave me a little publicity and to be honest, more than I was actually expecting. 

So here’s a list of events I participated and are related to the writing of SonarQube in action, code quality, metrics and technical debt.

Hopefully this list will eventually get larger 🙂

 

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