Dienstag, 1. September 2015 (18:00 bis 21:00 Uhr)

SonarQube: Improve your .NET code quality & productivity with Dinesh Bolkensteyn and Tamas Vajk

Hallo Berner .NET Freund

Nach der Sommerpause treffen wir uns zum Thema Softwarequalität mit Unterstützung von SonarQube.


Technical debt is what makes you feel like it could be easier to restart the development of a product from scratch in order to add a simple new feature to it...

SonarQube is an open source code quality portal enabling all stakeholders to identify, track and ultimately act to reimburse the technical debt.

In this session, we will show how Microsoft and SonarSource, the company behind SonarQube, have been working together to bring the platform to .NET developers.

We'll start by a tour of the SonarQube platform and how we use it on a daily basis to manage our own code quality.

Then, we'll demo C# Code Analysis within Visual Studio 2015, and show some of the real bugs it found in projects such as NuGet and Roslyn.

Finally, we'll show the MSBuild Runner, used to analyze .NET projects, and how it integrates with Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio Online but also with Jenkins or TeamCity.

About Dinesh

Dinesh joined SonarSource 2011 after graduating from EPFL, where he currently leads the development of the C# plugin.

About Tamas

Tamas joined SonarSource in March 2015, where his primary task is to add new valuable bug detection rules to C# Code Analysis.


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