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  • Static Analysis to Hide My Ignorance about Global Concerns

    ''You never concatenate strings.  Instead, always use a StringBuilder.'' I feel pretty confident that any C# developer that has ever worked in a group has heard this admonition at least once.  This represents one of those bits of developer wisdom that the world expects you to just memorize.  Over the course of your career, ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 28, 2017
  • Manual Code Review Anti-Patterns

    Today, I'd like to offer a somewhat lighthearted treatment to a serious topic.  I generally find that this tends to offer catharsis to the frustrated.  And the topic of code review tends to lead to lots of frustration. When talking about code review, I always make sure to offer a specific distinction.  We can divide code ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 21, 2017
  • CodeIt.Right Rules Explained, Part 4

    Today, I'll do another installment of the CodeIt.Right Rules, Explained series.  I have now made four such posts in this series.  And, as always, I'll start off by citing my two personal rules about static analysis guidance. Never implement a suggested fix without knowing what makes it a fix. Never ignore a suggested fix ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 14, 2017
  • Automation and the Art of Software Maintenance

    I have long since cast my lot with the software industry.  But, if I were going to make a commercial to convince others to follow suit, I can imagine what it would look like.  I'd probably feature cool-looking, clear whiteboards, engaged people, and frenetic design of the future.  And a robot or two.  Come help us ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on March 7, 2017
  • CodeIt.Right Rules Explained, Part 3

    In what has become a series of posts, I have been explaining some CodeIt.Right rules in depth.  As with the last post in the series, I'll start off by citing two rules that I, personally, follow when it comes to static code analysis. Never implement a suggested fix without knowing what makes it a fix. Never ignore a suggested ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on February 21, 2017
  • If You Automate Your Tests, Automate Your Code Review

    For years, I can remember fighting the good fight for unit testing.  When I started that fight, I understood a simple premise.  We, as programmers, automate things.  So, why not automate testing? Of all things, a grad school course in software engineering introduced me to the concept back in 2005.  It hooked me ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on January 30, 2017
  • Are You Ready for Zero Day Software Deployment?

    As a teenager, I remember having a passing interest in hacking.  Perhaps this came from watching the movie Sneakers.  Whatever the origin, the fancy passed quickly because I prefer building stuff to breaking other people's stuff.  Therefore, what I know about hacking pretty much stops at understanding terminology and high ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on January 23, 2017
  • CodeIt.Right Rules Explained, Part 2

    A little while back, I started a post series explaining some of the CodeIt.Right rules.  I led into the post with a narrative, which I won't retell.  But I will reiterate the two rules that I follow when it comes to static analysis tooling. Never implement a suggested fix without knowing what makes it a fix. Never ignore ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on January 12, 2017
  • CodeIt.Right Rules, Explained - Part 1

    I've heard tell of a social experiment conducted with monkeys.  It may or may not be apocryphal, but it illustrates an interesting point.  So, here goes. Primates and Conformity A group of monkeys inhabited a large enclosure, which included a platform in the middle, accessible by a ladder.  For the experiment, their ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on November 29, 2016
  • So You've Inherited a Legacy Codebase

    During my younger days, I worked for a company that made a habit of a strategic acquisition.  They didn't participate in Time Warner style mergers, but periodically they would purchase a smaller competitor or a related product.  And on more than one occasion, I inherited the lead role for the assimilating software from one of ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on November 1, 2016
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