As a contributor, Sigma powers the TechDebt benchmarks repository with code quality metrics based on a selection of pilot development projects. Thus the IT company actively collaborates with Tocea and TechDebt.org, in order to make accessible for free an open data repository which aims at being the most representative, exhaustive and accurate benchmark on technical debt and software quality.
Beyond this contribution to TechDebt.org, Sigma’s developers will use Scertify™ Refactoring Assessment for their projects. This free and open source plugin is designed to provide development teams with clear insights on quality concerns, enabling them to:
TechDebt is a collaborative project. You can contribute by downloading the open source tool Scertify Refactoring Assessment to power TechDebt anonymously with your own project metrics. For public contributions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TechDebt is fed by real projects from all around the world, through a Sonar plugin called Scertify Refactoring Assessment. Each time a project is analyzed with Sonar/Scertify, the metrics’ results are anonymized (made anonymous) locally, then sent to the TechDebt database for benchmarks. Scertify Refactoring Assessment is under LGPLv3.
Sigma group is specialized in software development, consulting, integration and outsourcing. Founded in 1972, Sigma group achieved a turnover of +59M euros in 2011 and operates in France through its 4 offices: Nantes (headquarter), Paris, Strasbourg and Toulouse.Tags: assessment, development, refactoring, Scertify, Sigma group, software development, Software Quality, sonar
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