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Enerjy CEO Nigel Cheshire Joins "Real-World Java Seminar" Faculty

Java Code Quality: Pay Now or Pay Later

Companies who do not take steps to assure the quality of the code they are developing can face nasty surprises late in the process. Code quality involves more than testing, but requires an overall methodology from start to finish. This session addresses how software development teams can track metrics for unit testing results, test coverage, and coding standards on a per project, per team, and per developer basis to boost quality throughout the application lifecycle. Tracking key metrics provides visibility to help achieve a quality-driven application development process. Only with the right quality processes in place can a development team deliver high-quality projects to specification by the required target date.

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Speaker Bio: Nigel Cheshire oversees Enerjy's product strategy and has been driving the company's growth since he founded it in 1996. Since then, he and his management team have led the company to become a worldwide leader in helping software development teams improve their productivity and code quality standards, delivering real value to many of the world's leading companies. Prior to founding Enerjy Software, Cheshire was co-founder and principal of Ives & Company, a leading CRM solutions consultancy. Prior to Ives, he led a software engineering group within the R&D division of Data General Corp. and held positions at several US and European enterprises. He holds a Bachelor of Science in computer science from the University of Teesside, England.

Real-World Java Seminar is sponsored by CodeGear

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Java Education 07/13/07 02:25:08 PM EDT

Companies who do not take steps to assure the quality of the code they are developing can face nasty surprises late in the process. Code quality involves more than testing, but requires an overall methodology from start to finish. This session addresses how software development teams can track metrics for unit testing results, test coverage, and coding standards on a per project, per team, and per developer basis to boost quality throughout the application lifecycle. Tracking key metrics provides visibility to help achieve a quality-driven application development process. Only with the right quality processes in place can a development team deliver high-quality projects to specification by the required target date.