Archive for the ‘Code Quality’ Category
TDD is the process of writing automated tests to ensure that code works before writing the implementation. You write a test, watch it fail (red), write the implementation, watch the test pass (green), and refactor if needed. Repeat the cycle as you build out the system.
The process has been studied in depth and has proven itself to be very useful to increase the quality of software. But did you know that it also saves organizations a lot of time and money?
One of the primary reasons managers cite for waiting so long to implement TDD is the cost. It’s common for initial project build-outs to take up to 30% longer with TDD.
What those managers need to know is that TDD reduces production bug density 40% — 80%, and that makes all the difference. More bugs in production lead to a dramatic rise in maintenance costs.
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If you think about it Google hasn’t even reached its twentieth birthday, yet it is one of the fastest growing companies in the world. How is it that some companies seem to have accelerated growth and others have come out of nowhere to become leaders in a really short period of time. How do they do it?
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Is anyone having a justifiable definition of Code Quality? We don’t think there is a good definition, and We see plenty of bad definitions. There are many definitions for Correctness. But don’t be nervous we have correct examples of code ethics.
Our definition of code ethics is term used to depict the speed and programming methodology used in developing codes for software. Code is directly linked with algorithmic efficiency and the speed of run-time execution for software.
Let’s make it simple, in simple words code must be Economical. No worries we will elaborate you more.