Software Engineering, Project Management, and Effectiveness
I've had to hunt down Practices Checker for .NET Framework 1.1 a few times, so now I'm posting it. It was an R&D project to help automate the search and discovery of potential coding practices and configuration settings that do not adhere to the ASP.Net 1.1 Performance checklist.
It may seem a bit after the fact, given it is .NET 1.1, but there were a few reasons for this: 1) our focus was more on testing how to codify our library of practices rather than a specific version; 2) we figured adding rules/versions would be easy once we understood the feasibility and work required; 3) our field was still performing code reviews for customers using .NET 1.1 so we could immediately test the impact.
What You Need to Know
Key Take AwaysThe take aways for me in this project were:
I'm continuing to explore various options to manage a library of building codes/practices/rules and then map out which tools can check these items, and where in the life cycle they should be checked. I've been informally referring to this problem as "policy verification through the life cycle."
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