Distributed Code Review in Perl

By Fabian Zimmermann (‎fobs‎) from Kaiserslautern.pm
Date: Wednesday, 22 August 2012 14:45
Duration: 20 minutes
Target audience: Any
Language: English
Tags: inspections review

Effective Code, i.e., code that follows language specific idioms and avoids anti-patterns, is an important goal for software development. Although, the correct usage of some idioms can be enforced by static code analysis, many things can only be detected by humans, e.g. the use of meaningful names. Code reviews can help to improve code quality by detecting violations of these idioms and bugs in early phases of development.
For efficient code reviews, especially in distributed development, good tool support is recommended. An applicable review tool needs the possibility to annotate parts of the code with comments and suggestions for improvement.
This talk demonstrates how to review Perl code with an Eclipse plugin.

Attended by: Fabian Zimmermann (‎fobs‎), Piotr Fusik (‎0xF‎), Gabriele Hack (‎gabimuc‎), Norbert Csongrádi (‎Bert‎), Catalin Ciurea (‎catalin‎), Gabor Szabo (‎szabgab‎), Snorri Briem, Gunnar Koppel (‎wk‎), Jess Robinson (‎castaway‎), marc chantreux (‎eiro‎), Ulrich Wisser (‎wisser‎), Renee Bäcker (‎reneeb‎), atoomic, Frank Lichtenheld (‎djpig‎), Fredrik Thunberg (‎Thunis‎), Elena Bolshakova (‎helena‎), Minesh Patel, Manfred Stock (‎mstock‎), Julien Fiegehenn (‎simbabque‎), Bernd Ulmann (‎vaxman‎), Gligan Horea (‎Horea‎), darius ungurean, Kang-min Liu (‎gugod‎), Darko Obradovic, Alex Monney, Hilko Bengen (‎hillu‎), Istvan Gal, Ahti Nurminen (‎ade‎), Plesco Natalia (‎natasha‎), oleber, Anton Berezin (‎Grrrr‎), Felix Antonius Wilhelm Ostmann (‎Sadrak‎), Luís Miguel Braga (‎microft‎), Tobias Leich (‎froggs‎), Stepan Cenek, Dennis Stosberg,
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