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  • Ensuring Code QualityNoriaki Tatsumi, Mgr, Performance EngineeringScott Hurrey, Developer Relations EngineerBlackboard, Inc.
  • How’s your application’s code quality? 2
  • Why Code Quality Matters• Your code is your asset• Increase robustness, maintainability, security, performance, scal ability, extensibility, etc.• Keeps your cost down as you growPrevention is the best medicine! 3 View slide
  • Challenges with Code Quality• Often talked about in theory but not actually practiced• Hard to measure or prove• Difficult to plan and prioritize 4 View slide
  • Blackboard Learn Code Quality Initiatives• Coding guidelines• Design reviews• API standards• Peer code review for every check-in• Automated testing (unit, functional, perf, security)• Static analysis• Anti-patterns repository 5
  • Sonar – All Java Projects Aggregated Metric 6
  • Sonar – Quality Management Platformhttp://www.sonarsource.org/• Open source and extensible• Manages code quality with • Views of all projects at a glace, drill down to source code, differential, hotspots • Coding Rules • Unit Tests • Standard Metrics • Time Machine • Integration with tools such as PMD, Findbugs, Checkstyle, JSLint, Clover, Cobetura, Huds on (many plugins available) 7
  • Sonar – TimelineYou can’t improve if you don’t measure! 8
  • Sonar – Code Duplication MetricYou don’t have to have technical knowledge to understand! 9
  • Sonar – Duplicated Code Drilldown 10
  • Sonar – Rule Compliance MetricYou don’t have to have technical knowledge to understand! 11
  • Sonar – Rule Violation Drilldown 12
  • Sonar – Static analysis rule 13
  • Static Code Analysis (SCA)• Applies rules to find potential bugs, anti-patterns, and code style violations• Catches problems as early as possible in the development process• A well-established industry practice for validating the quality of source code• Can be automated and tracked by tools like Sonar 14
  • SCA – Blackboard Learn Objectives• No Blocker/Critical violations (Go/No-Go criteria for releases starting SP10)• Trend Major/Minor/Informational violations downwards 15
  • SCA – Blackboard Learn Supporting ProcessDeveloper check-in1. Run Blackboard’s custom pre-commit Sonar analysis tool against files in changelists2. Review results • Fix blocker/critical violations • Use granular suppression and document detailed reason for no-fix3. Repeat until at a minimum all Blocker/Critical violations are addressed 16
  • SCA – Blackboard Learn Supporting ProcessNightly automation process1. Execute Sonar analysis2. Send violation email to the responsible engineers3. Report all violations to engineering managers4. Open JIRA tickets as necessary 17
  • SCA – Blackboard Learn Rule Sets• 394 JAVA rules (20 custom rules)• 10 JSP rules• 14 JavaScript rules• 5 CSS rules (Home grown plugin) 18
  • SCA – Go check it out!• Sonar http://www.sonarsource.org/• Blackboard LearnTM custom PMD rules and Sonar Java profile http://tinyurl.com/bbquality 19
  • Code Quality for the Community• A resource to assist Building BlockTM developers in avoiding common performance, security and other pitfalls.• Product Development and Business Development working together• Will be built as a new section on edugarage.• Self-service• Tool recommendations 20
  • Code Quality Community Resources• Custom Rule Sets• Wiki• Sample Code• Recommended Tools• Coming Soon: • Plan to add an Anti-Pattern Repository • Some method of allowing Community members to submit anti-patterns back to Blackboard. 21
  • Code Quality Tool Types • Static Code Analysis • Sonar • Forensic Analysis • VisualVM • Peer Code Review • Crucible • Automated Testing • Junit • Selenium 22
  • How Can I Help? • Add your anti-patterns • Add your lessons learned • Add your system tuning tweaks • Add your optimized sample code • Join TechBUG and present your Code Quality modifications and gotchas to your peers. • Let us know what other areas you see that improvement needs to be made 23