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Pierre Rasmussen | Mon, 11 Jun 2012 07:47:53 UTC

Great article! Love it!

I agree with everything you wrote and I specially agree with the part were you point out the importance of placing the metric in context. Many times I have seen companies use lot of static code analysis tools and measured different kind of metric, were the result has been published on some webpage, but now one really care. They either dont have a goal or/and miss knowledge in its meaning.

I am currently working as a software engineer in a large telecommunication company and often hold small seminarian in the area of software quality, with a goal to make my colleague interested in SQ and interested to improve there output (code). That is hard!

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