SonarQube 5.2 in Screenshots

The team is proud to announce the biggest release ever of the SonarQube server, version 5.2, which includes the second-most-anticipated feature ever: code scanners no longer access the database! In brief, this version features:

  • Scanners no longer access the database
  • Enhanced monitoring
  • Better issue management
  • Improved UI for global admin
  • Also worth noting

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Analysis of Visual Studio Solutions with the SonarQube Scanner for MSBuild

At the end of April 2015 during the Build Conference, Microsoft and SonarSource Announced SonarQube integration with MSBuild and Team Build. Today, half a year later, we’re releasing the SonarQube Scanner for MSBuild 1.0.2. But what exactly is the SonarQube Scanner for MSBuild? Let’s find out!

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SonarQube Enters the Security Realm and Makes a Good First Showing

For the last year, we’ve been quietly working to add security-related rules in SonarQube’s language plugins. At September’s SonarQube Geneva User Conference we stopped being quiet about it.

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SonarLint: Fixing Issues Before They Exist

I’m very happy to announce the launch of a new product series at SonarSource: SonarLint, which will help you fix code quality issues before they even exist.

SonarLint represents a new approach to code quality: instant issue checking. It sits in the IDE and is totally developer-oriented. We’ve started with three variations: SonarLint for VisualStudio, SonarLint for Eclipse, and SonarLint for IntelliJ.

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Mainstream: Noun. The principal or dominant course, tendency, or trend

At the SonarQube Geneva User Conference last week I learned that 7 of the Fortune 10 companies and 47 of the Fortune 100 use the SonarQube platform. We’ve got an estimated adoption of 50,000 companies overall (based on the number of unique IP’s that hit the update center). The figures really struck me because I’d never realized before how mainstream the platform is.

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The Agenda for the Geneva Conference is Available

The Geneva SonarQube is going to take place on 23rd-24th of September in Geneva and it is still possible to register

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SonarLint for Visual Studio 1.2.0 Brings Code Fixes to the IDE

SonarLint for Visual Studio version 1.2.0 was released this week. In this version we focused on improving the user experience by adding code fading and fixes. Code fading makes some issues less obtrusive, and code fixes are concrete suggestions for solving specific issues in the code. This means that when an analyzer identifies an issue in the code, the IDE can propose an automatic fix for it. We’ve added fixes for 17 rules, and the best part is that the user can choose to fix all issues of the same type all at once for the whole solution, which can immensely speed up paying down technical debt.

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MSBuild SonarQube Runner now available on Visual Studio Online

The MSBuild SonarQube Runner TFS 2015 Build Tasks are now available out of the box on Visual Studio Online, and even on Hosted Build Agents! This means that SonarQube analysis can now be enabled in a few clicks on any Visual Studio Online project without having to install anything!

I could tell you more, but Jean-Marc Prieur from Microsoft has already done such a beautiful job that you should just read what he wrote in his Visual Studio ALM blog post.

Call for Papers is Open for Geneva SonarQube Conference

A few weeks ago, I announced a free SonarQube User Conference in Geneva on the 23rd and 24th of September. More than 100 people have already registered.

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SonarLint brings SonarQube rules to Visual Studio

We are happy to announce the release of SonarLint for Visual Studio version 1.0. SonarLint is a Visual Studio 2015 extension that provides on-the-fly feedback to developers on any new bug or quality issue injected into C# code. The extension is based on and benefits from the .NET Compiler Platform (“Roslyn”) and its code analysis API to provide a fully-integrated user experience in Visual Studio 2015.

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