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The Relationship Between Team Size and Code Quality http://hubs.ly/H05Yjvr0 by @daedtech 
Is there a correlation between team size and code quality? Too many cooks in the kitchen, as they say. But quality depends more on how rather than how many.
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The Best Christmas Present to Give Your Developers
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Developers may be the hardest to get Christmas presents for in the company. Think a bit outside the box, you can get them something that will really matter.
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Detecting Performance Bottlenecks with NDepend http://hubs.ly/H05yLLL0 
How to leverage the features and power of NDepend in identifying performance bottlenecks in your software projects.
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How to Scale Your Static Analysis Tooling
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Scale your static analysis tooling with the company's growth or pilot it and then scale. And that begs the question of, "how?".
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The Fastest Way to Get to Know NDepend
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I confess to a certain level of avoidance when it comes to tackling something new. If pressed for introspection, I think I do this because I can’t envision a direct path to success. Instead, I see where I am now, the eventual goal, and a big uncertain cloud of stuff in the middle. So I … Continue reading The Fastest Way to Get to Know NDepend
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How to Prioritize Bugs on Your To-Do List
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We present four different philosophies on how you can prioritize bugs to be efficient in fixing them.
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Adding Static Analysis to Your Team's DNA
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Single use of static analysis tools hinders the ability to learn, develop, and maintain good code. Consider adding static analysis to your regular process.
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New Year's Resolutions for Code Quality
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A new year brings new beginnings and here are some resolutions that will help your programming and your business. Can you stick with them in 2017?
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How Much Code Should My Developers Be Responsible For?http://hubs.ly/H05tM_40
In a data-driven way, how much code should developers be responsible for, is a great question. And yet, the reasoning falls apart on closer inspection
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Alternatives to Lines of Code (LOC) http://hubs.ly/H05jc6q0
It is amazing that in 2016 we still hear about lines of code (LOC). It is an often misused metric that probably doesn't show you what you think it does.
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Abstractness: Entering the Zone of Pain http://hubs.ly/H058c9F0 
Too much abstractness (the ratio of abstract to total types) in your codebase will lead you into the "Zone of Pain". Once there, what do you do?
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Making Devs, Architects, and Managers Happy with the Static Analysis Tool - http://hubs.ly/H04ZXv-0 
Getting everyone on board for a new static analysis tool can be a huge obstacle. How can you make developers, managers, and architects happy?
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NDepend offers a wide range of features to let the user analyze a code base.
It is often described as a Swiss Army Knife for .NET developers.

Support for Code Query over LINQ (CQLinq) to easily write custom rules and query code. Test your code in the way it needs to be tested. 

NDepend is a full test coverage tool for seasoned developers, managers, and architects that helps ensure the stability, reliability, and cleanliness of code. 

Includes full Visual Studio integration.
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