Friday 16th March, 2012
5:00pm to 6:00pm
In an agile development life cycle, Visual Studio 2010 has built in tools to address a number of less frequently used tasks. Design and architecture diagrams recovered or generated directly from the code enables the developer to review and correct implementations. Also, it supports test planning, whether or not the software engineer has embarked on a design for testability philosophy. At software release it is necessary to have consonance of the design diagrams with the code, much like a mechanical or civil engineer matches their products with the design blueprint.
This introductory talk will address determination of code complexity and other code analytics, together with the tools to generate UML-type design diagrams from the implemented code, from within Visual Studio 2010. Code complexity analysis supports software test planning for different use cases.
Brian Carter is the founder of Chippewa Software Technology (ChipSoftTech), a leader and visionary of software for personal, business, and research computing. bio from Twitter
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