Identifying and Measuring Technical Debt – IEEE Software & Boeing

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Below is an updated set of slides from a webinar presented by IEEE Software and Boeing on how to identify and manage technical debt. The slides outline how business and product quality goals should affect the choice of approaches (and combinations of approaches) for managing technical debt. They also discuss a set of automated approaches based on static code analysis that are likely to spot problems in source code that have real impact on productivity and defect proneness.

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Identifying and Managing Technical Debt

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