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Konstantin I. Boudnik

Konstantin I. Boudnik is a software developer with over twelve years of field experience. He is Ph.D. candidate of Saint-Petersburg University, Russia. He started working at Sun Microsystems in 1994 and was participating in a variety of projects. Among them are Pascal compiler; Unix system administration; distributed systems development; JES installer. Right now he is quality researcher for Hotspot VM and looking for new ways of quality development for Java.


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Java quality's open-source tools

Posted by cos on October 4, 2005 at 3:26 PM PDT

Hello again.

Since I posted my first article here I've been asked a number of times: "Why there's no open source tools for quality process? Are there any?"

Being a lazy enough, I decided to reply just once in this public forum. Ok, here's the answer:

there's a number of open source tools to do a neat automation of one's software quality process.

Java. Quality. Metrics (part 2)

Posted by cos on September 30, 2005 at 9:05 PM PDT

Hi there!

Surprisingly, my last post was rated #1 by Google for 'java quality'
search and lasted in this position for a few days. My friends were
wondering how much I had paid to gain this honorable
position. Honestly: I didn't pay a penny for it and I only have to thank
those of you, who spent time reading it. So, thank you! I also hope not to
disappoint you this time.

Java. Quality. Metrics

Posted by cos on September 23, 2005 at 9:16 PM PDT

It isn't, perhaps, a secret, that software test development and quality are like a snow ball rolling down a hill: and as it reaches further towards the end of the slope, harder to stop... and think. Think about what is done right; what missed, and how I can do this better, if only I had another chance.