Leaning on the two Ts is a talk on improving code quality, personal practise and developing good habits using tools and techniques.
Attendees of this talk will learn about my experience when learning to use static analysis tools (i.e. SonarQube) and some of its features. In addition also find out how it can be used to improve your code quality and personal practice. A number of tools will also be mentioned and how to include them in your practise.
Powerpoint-like presentation sharing information from a perspective higher than just the use of tools, although no runtime implementation or live coding will be performed. Live examples might be shown depending on time constraints.
The presentation is definitely for intermediate and experienced Java developers, but also beginner developers who would like to know more about code quality and tools that can be of help. Also for those already using static analysis or other tools in anger or just casually. Especially those who would like to know how to use tools as a medium to learn from.