NDepend, first impressions on a static code analyser

During my career, I learned on the hardest way how a poor codebase can be harmful to the business. I witness behaviours in teams such as: Missing code reviews. How can we be a team, if we do not communicate? No coding standards. At least settle the capitalisation style? Testing. Wait, spending time writing tests? Luckily, I also worked … Continue reading NDepend, first impressions on a static code analyser

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Integrate .NET Core, AppVeyor, OpenCover and Codecov

As a developer, I need to take a good rest at night. In my line of work the only way to achieve it is using an integrated workflow pipeline, aka Source Code Management (SCM), Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD) with some tools in the middle. For my new pet project (I will write about it … Continue reading Integrate .NET Core, AppVeyor, OpenCover and Codecov