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Is There any Emphasis on Continuous Inspection

 
Adeel Ansari
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Is there any emphasis on continuous inspection in the book. I mean how we should practice this. Or may be best practices or something?
 
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I don't see any thing on that on the table of contents
 
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Doesn't look that way from the table of contents. As far as I remember, Uncle Bob's book "Agile Software Development - Principles, Patterns, Practices" has a chapter on Pair Programming, though.
 
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Originally posted by Ilja Preuss:
Doesn't look that way from the table of contents.

Nor from reading the book.
 
Vijay Venkat
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It is well know that code review is very effective in reducing bugs and improving code quality. Be it agile, when two developer are working over the same code, where review is happening while it is being coded, or when it is done by peer once a developer has finished with. Both has positive effect on the code.

But there are other trick issues involved with it some organizations.


You many want to look at this
http://smartbearsoftware.com/codecollab-book-review.php

There are two more books good books on this, i will try to get this information and post it later.

Thanks,
Vijay Venkataraman
 
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Originally posted by Adeel Ansari:
Is there any emphasis on continuous inspection in the book. I mean how we should practice this. Or may be best practices or something?


Indeed there is. The idea is simple. We should constantly and continuously improve our code. The book talks about the "Boy Scout Rule" which is that we should always check our code in just a bit cleaner than when we checked it out.
 
Adeel Ansari
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Thanks, Uncle Bob.
 
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