A weekend update…
Jason Anderson, a Program Manager on the Enterprise Development and Test (EDT) team, has a great post that provides an overview of static analysis (or as some call it, code analysis):
In earlier posts I’ve written about some of the VSTS features around code quality from a testing perspective. This time around I wanted to go into improving code quality from a development standpoint… specifically, Static Analysis.
Darren Jefford, a consultant for Microsoft Consulting Services in the UK, shares his experience installing Visual Studio 2005 Team System and reminds you of our documentation update on GDN Workspaces:
Richard’s take on SO Analysis (as opposed to OO Analysis) is here. This addresses one of the most fundamental questions that most Web services developers struggle with – what should be a service?
One area of testing I focus on that is not “feature-specific” is security, and I haven’t blogged about that so far, so now seems like a good time. If you think “security” is a separate feature, let me know – I don’t view it as such, so that might make a good separate topic later on.
I just came back from Redmond from some amazing training sessions on Team System. I can’t really blog too much about it because some of the sessions were NDA, but I took some interesting photos I can share with you