Coding Style for high productivity and lesser bugs

In this year’s JCrete unconference I attended a very interesting session about Bugs and Coding style led by Cliff Click (The full discussion can be found here). He started about his experience as a high-performance high-professional coder, about development speed and ratios of bugs in new code, refactored code and bug-fixed code and the implication of this to the code style. Speed of Coding and Rate of Bugs His views and experience are especially interesting as he wrote huge parts of the HotSpot JVM, i.

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Mutation Testing

End of January I attended the OOP2015 conference in Munich. Among the load of interesting sessions was one that left a mark. It was the workshop conducted by Filip van Laenen and Markus Schirp about Mutation Testing (slides here), which I’d like to summarize in this post.

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Case Study: Innovative Quality and Development Strategies in Healthcare

In the fast-paced world of information technology, especially in the healthcare sector, continuous improvement of software architectures and development methodologies is crucial. This case study examines how a leading company in healthcare revolutionized its data exchange platform through advanced quality and development strategies.

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