A new Java Power Tools Newsletter is available: Keeping tabs on code quality - evolutions in code quality metrics
Few would argue that code quality is not important. High code quality and good coding practices makes code more reliable and easier to maintain. Agreed coding standards can make code more readable and easier to understand. And measuring code coverage is a great way to identify untested code. In this edition of the Java Power Tools Newsletter, we will take a look at different sorts of tools related to code quality, how they have evolved, and where they can fit into today's development process.