DataDigger on SonarQube

Originally published at on Oct 24, 2017 ・1 min read

Yesterday, Gilles Querret of Riverside Software analyzed the DataDigger code from GitHub with SonarQube. And while I always thought that my code was pretty clean, it turned out that there was still a lot left to be improved


A lot of the issues SonarQube reported will be fixed in the upcoming DataDigger 24, but I invite you to check on the tooling yourself for your own projects.

My guess is that it will be an eye opener 🙂

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Thing's I've learned so far starting an open source project - March 2019

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I am an OpenEdge (aka Progress) developer that loves clean code and good looking applications that are easy to use. My main pet project is the Progress DataDigger