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Tools for an effective software factory

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  • 1. Toolsfor an ef ective f software factory (I can't live without Hudson) Speaker, Company 1
  • 2. Agenda • Why am I doing this? • Maven • Mercurial • Jira * • Hudson • Conclusion * the only non-FLOSS piece of software Speaker, Company 2
  • 3. Who am I? • Fabrizio Giudici – http://weblogs.java.net/blog/fabriziogiudici/ – http://www.tidalwave.it/people • Working with Java since 1996 • Senior Java Architect, mentor, technical writer • Owner of several open source projects • Member of the NetBeans Dream Team Speaker, Company 3
  • 4. Why am I doing this? • Tools aren't the single most important thing for success – People are (team, leadership, communication, etc...) • Once the we have estabilished a process, tools help a lot – Automating tasks – Enforcing the process – Facilitating cooperation • Tools make best practices easier and less expensive Speaker, Company 4
  • 5. What we need to do • Transforming sources into deployable artifacts • Keeping tracks of changes in sources • Keeping track of issues (bugs, RFE) • Running tests and QA tools Speaker, Company 5
  • 6. Maven • A tool for automating the build process • Uses a declarative approach (Project Object Model) • Plugin based • Implements a distributed repository for artifacts Speaker, Company 6
  • 7. Mercurial • A Distributed Source Control Mechanism (DSCM) – check out / commit + push pull • Improves branch management over Subversion – “Branch per feature” • Git is similar Speaker, Company 7
  • 8. Jira • Starts as an issue tracker • ... but it is more: – Project planning – Communication tool Speaker, Company 8
  • 9. Hudson • A tool for Continous Integration (CI) – Web-based – Easy to install – Based on plugin, with a large ecosystem – Supports virtualisation – Cloud ready • Do you know what CI is? Speaker, Company 9
  • 10. QA measurement • Tools to measure quality of your software – Cobertura – FindBugs – CheckStyle – CPD/PMD Speaker, Company 10
  • 11. Cobertura Speaker, Company 11
  • 12. FindBugs Speaker, Company 12
  • 13. Checkstyle Speaker, Company 13
  • 14. PMD / CPD Speaker, Company 14

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