Community Blog Posts
We thought it might be interesting for you to see what other users of jQAssistant are doing with it. Therefore this blog post presents a collection of interesting posts from the community:
- Jens Nerche has contributed a collection of useful plugins and he’s regularily writing articles about what he’s doing with them. For a start have look at Managing Technical Debt with arc42 and jQAssistant: Building Block Dependencies.
- Markus Harrer maintains a blog covering the topics „Legacy Systems, Software Analytics and the Fundamental Problems of Software Engineering“. The data for the analytics part very often is provided by jQAssistant and he shows how very nice visualizations that can be done with it, e.g. A graph(ical) approach towards Bounded Contexts.
- Gunnar Morling works in the Hibernate team at RedHat and in the beginning of this year he published the post Tool Time: Preventing leaky APIs with jQAssistant.
Timo Hillerns from codecentric AG wrote a post about architecture validation on his company’s blog:
Kontinuierliche Architekturvalidierung mit jQAssistant (German language).
- Meinert Schwartau gave a try to jQAssistant and he shared his (positive!) experiences in the post Nie wieder mühsam Code nach Mustern durchsuchen (German language).
Finally a big „Thank You!“ to all of them!
PS: You’re using jQAssistant? We invite you to share your use cases and experience!