Tag: sonarqube

  • Running Sonar from Bitbucket pipelines on your Go apps

    In the past when I was a Java developer we would run Sonar on our projects for static analysis. I have always liked the dashboard view it provides and the way it can find all sorts of problems in a code base that are often overlooked. When I learned that Sonar supported Go I knew […]

  • Cobertura is gone and Clover is here

    I have spent most of this week working on integrating Clover into our environment and ripping out Cobertura. I ran into a couple of issues along the way, but we are up and running now. First one thing I dislike about Clover is by default they will mess with the maven artifacts that you may […]

  • Project Estimation

    The thing I dislike most in software development is when they ask me to estimate how long a given project will take. I am about to start a new project so of course the first thing that is asked for is to do some research and try to figure out what the high level tasks […]

  • Getting crushed by SonarQube

    I have been upgrading our Sonar server from 4.5 to 4.5.2 and restructuring our project. I initially was planning on upgrading to SonarQube 5.0, but the upgrade process can’t seem to handle our database. After I upgraded to 4.5.2, I was restructuring. Initially we had each of our libraries setup as a separate project at […]