Reading Time: 3 mins We have tools to analyze production logs and many companies use that data derived from logs for decision-making purposes, i.e. logs enable them to take decision by analysis the past patterns in the production
Reading Time: 4 mins What constitutes a method in programming is the number of classes. Methods, classes are all made up of lines of code. What happens when your method is fat?
Reading Time: 4 mins How can hundreds of engineers who contribute to software development every single day know how their work is making a difference to the business? How can they measure performance improvement for the number of code check-ins they do every day?
Reading Time: 5 mins The churn rate needs to be tracked early in the process in order to save a lot of time and cost which otherwise would incur when it goes to the production phase.
Reading Time: 4 mins Commits are an easy way to find the contributions made by each developer in building software, it could be fixing a bug, adding new features, etc.…which determine the overall health of the software.
Reading Time: 6 mins Cyclomatic complexity yields a value to your Software – Know how. Developed by Thomas J. McCabe, Sr. in 1976, Cyclomatic complexity is a software metric (measurement), used to indicate the complexity of a program.
Reading Time: 5 mins Horus provides an instant, real-time snapshot of technical development and facilitates the measurement of product development in terms of quality.
Reading Time: 5 mins It was the worst day of her life. Sara Shahi had expected glowing words of praise, a hefty raise, and a promotion to Senior Developer, perhaps even Team Lead. Instead, her annual appraisal turned out to be nothing short of a firing squad. Pun intended.