Sonar in the news

Welcome to the roundup of blog posts and pages that mentioned Sonar last month…

Improving code quality with Sonar and Jenkins
By Stéphane Nicoll, 7 September 2012
Last year, we started an ambitious internal project and since we started more or less greenfield we thought it was a good opportunity to test and integrate new development methodologies. At the time we were already using Jenkins and Sonar but we felt we could get more from those tools and that they were definitely not the only things to consider to achieve our goal.

Continuous Delivery Using Maven
By James Betteley, 3 September 2012
I’ve recently been working on a Continuous Delivery system using Maven as the build tool. Many people who have used Maven in the past might well consider it to be a poor fit for a Continuous Delivery model, but with a bit of perseverance, I think we’ve finally got the makings of a pretty good system, which I would like to share with you in this article.

Fixing common Java security code violations in Sonar
By Patroklos Papapetrou, 21 September 2012
This article aims to show you how to quickly fix the most common java security code violations. It assumes that you are familiar with the concept of code rules and violations and how Sonar reports on them. However, if you haven’t heard these terms before then you might take a look at Sonar Concepts or the forthcoming book about Sonar for a more detailed explanation.

Natixis minimise sa dette technique (French)
By Bertrand Lemaire, 6 September 2012
En travaillant sur la qualité de son système d’information avec la méthode Sqale et le logiciel Open-Source Sonar, Natixis a réduit sa dette technique…

Sonar’s Quality Alphabet
By Patroklos Papapetrou, 3 September 2012
If you’re a Sonar newbie then you might find this blog post very useful. On the other hand if you’re an experienced user then you can refresh your memory and what you’ve learned so far. Sonar’s Alphabet is not a user manual. It’s a reference to help you learn (and teach others) some basic terms and words used in the world of Sonar.

Sonar Rules !
By Stéphan Mestach, 3 September 2012
Post about advanced usage of Sonar rules and functionalities

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