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Are Code Reviews Keeping Pace with Modern Development Practices?

Are Code Reviews Keeping Pace with Modern Development Practices?

Date / Time
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
11 am PT / 2 pm ET
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1 hour

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Dr. Dobb's Webinar


Code review has always been an integral part of the development process, but has it kept pace with evolving software development practices? That's the question a new independent research study commissioned by Klocwork and conducted by Forrester Consulting set out to answer.

Join our guest speaker Dave West, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research, Inc., as he reviews the findings of this new research and discusses why it's time for software development organizations to exploit modern technology to improve the code review process.

Take advantage of the valuable data and insights offered in this live webinar to help you benchmark and modernize your peer code review practices, including:

  • Identifying the top challenges to conducting effective code reviews
  • Ranking respondent's feedback on code review benefits, frequency of code reviews and technologies used when conducting code reviews
  • Providing recommendations on ways to modernize code review practices

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Featured Speaker:

  • Dave West — Senior Analyst, Forrester Research, Inc.

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