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OCT20
How Do You Handle API Documentation?

The subject of API documentation reveals a fascinating property of the software development industry that makes it truly unique. When you think of a product, you think of something polished and ready to ship. That’s true of software and also of the broader world in general. But only in software can you crack the product... The post How Do You Handle API Documentation? appeared first on Software Quality Blog - SubMain Software.

SubMain News by Erik Dietrich
JAN1
CodeIt.Right Rules Explained, Part 10

Like any good habit, I’ve settled into a cadence with the CodeIt.Right Rules Explained posts. They’re coming about once per month or so, and each one offers a deep dive into three of CodeIt.Right’s rules. As always, I’ll start by citing my two personal rules about static analysis, along with a brief explanation. Never implement a... The post CodeIt.Right Rules Explained, Part 10 appeared first on Software Quality Blog - SubMain Software.

SubMain News by Erik Dietrich
JAN1
A Field Guide to Code Comments

For someone relatively new to the field of programming, the subject of code comments would cause some definite confusion. That’s because experienced folks in the field can’t seem to agree on the topic. Some call the practice a code smell and claim it’s to be avoided. Yet others tell you to do it. And still others strike... The post A Field Guide to Code Comments appeared first on Software Quality Blog - SubMain Software.

SubMain News by Erik Dietrich
JAN1
Released: GhostDoc v5.8

GhostDoc v5.8 is a critical update for VS2017 users. Includes VS2017 performance and stability improvements, minor enhancements, and bug fixes. GhostDoc is no longer crashing VS2017 when working with .NET Core projects Issue when Document File action duplicates existing tags for a class Issue of all solution project unchecked when opening the Build Help... The post Released: GhostDoc v5.8 appeared first on Software Quality Blog - SubMain Software.

SubMain News by Serge Baranovsky
JAN1
Code Documentation and Code Comments Aren’t the Same Thing

Often, you hear “code comments” and “code documentation” used at least somewhat interchangeably. Perhaps the idea of code documentation has a little more formalism to it, in passing. And code comments may cover a bit less ground. But still, I hear the terms serve as synonyms for one another. And I hear this in particular... The post Code Documentation and Code Comments Aren’t the Same Thing appeared first on Software Quality Blog - SubMain Software.

SubMain News by Erik Dietrich
JAN1
Using CodeIt.Right at Scale on Large Codebases

If you’ve worked with Visual Studio for any length of time, you’ve probably noticed an inverse relationship between convenience and performance. Visual Studio is powerful on its own. And it gets a whole lot more powerful once you start adding plugins. But sometime between that clean Visual Studio install and your 20th helpful plugin, a... The post Using CodeIt.Right at Scale on Large Codebases appeared first on Software Quality Blog - SubMain Software.

SubMain News by Erik Dietrich
JAN1
CodeIt.Right Rules Explained, Part 9

In what has become roughly a monthly affair, I’ll do another CodeIt.Right Rules Explained post today. This marks the ninth such post and roughly nine months of the series. In a now-familiar refrain, I’ll start off by citing my two personal rules about static analysis followed by a brief explanation. Never implement a suggested fix... The post CodeIt.Right Rules Explained, Part 9 appeared first on Software Quality Blog - SubMain Software.

SubMain News by Erik Dietrich
JAN1
Released: GhostDoc v5.7

A new GhostDoc update is available now – version 5.7. Includes VS2017 performance improvements, minor enhancements, and bug fixes.: Improved performance loading solutions in VS2017 by moving it to an async thread Resolved issue related to license activation with the VSIX install in VS2017 Fixed “Active content” security warning in the Comment Preview window Added... The post Released: GhostDoc v5.7 appeared first on Software Quality Blog - SubMain Software.

SubMain News by Serge Baranovsky