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Java Tools Community Corner Podcast Features Duke's Choice Award Winners

Posted by editor on June 30, 2009 at 5:53 AM PDT

When Java Tools Community Leaders Toni Epple and Fabiane Nardon invited the SQE (Software Quality Environment) Project team to participate in the Java Tools SQE Roundtable podcast at this year's JavaOne, they weren't planning on the Duke's Choice Awards being among the topics of conversation. But that was before the Duke for "Java Technology in Network Solutions" was awarded to ND SatCom for the NetBeans Satellite Tracking System. The tracking system occupies Sven Reimers and Florian Vogler each work day (ND SatCom has developed more than 1000 modules that run on top of NetBeans), while they push ahead with SQE project development at night and on weekends.

This isn't to say that there is no relationship between the NetBeans Satellite Tracking System and SQE. SQE itself is tightly integrated with NetBeans. Here's one reason why Sven and Florian both appreciate NetBeans: during the podcast, Fabiane asked if a lot of work was required to adapt SQE for the new NetBeans 6.7 platform. The answer? No work was required whatsoever, due to the backwards compatibility that is engineered into NetBeans.

SQE consists of several elements, including code defect analysis, metrics, and dependency analysis. When asked which SQE component they the most important, both Sven and Florian agreed on the FindBugs code defect tool. It provides free and fast analysis of code, immediately locating annoying bugs that might otherwise occupy hours of a developer's time.

Right now, the SQE team consists of Sven and Florian. But, they are seeking help with the project. There are a lot of smaller items that could easily be tackled by someone who wants to make a contribution. Visit the SQE project site if you're interested in helping.

You can find the 2009 Community Corner podcasts as they are published (along with the podcasts from previous years) on the JavaOne Community Corner Podcast page.


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When Java Tools Community Leaders Toni Epple and Fabiane Nardon invited the SQE (Software Quality Environment) Project team to participate in the Java Tools SQE Roundtable podcast at this year's JavaOne, they weren't planning on the Duke's Choice Awards being among the topics of conversation...