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Wednesday, December 7, 2005 1:00 PM EST - Java Code Quality Management
Java Code Quality Management

SYS-CON.TV Webinar:
Wednesday, December 7, 2005 – 1:00 PM EST

Broadcasted Live From SYS-CON.TV Studios in Times Square with Studio Audience

Java Code Quality Management

Host: Yakov Fain, JDJ Enterprise Editor and Best Selling Java Author

Guests: Nigel Cheshire, CEO Enerjy Software and Andy Cross, President & CEO Clear Horizons Research

The main goal of any Java development manager is to develop a working application and deploy it in a production environment on time. But the management of code quality has always been a grey area in software development, Nigel Cheshire, CEO of Enerjy, contends in this exclusive SYS-CON.TV webinar. Cheshire will show viewers that what usually happens after deployment is that bugs begin to pop up, users of the app become unhappy, and the Java development manager ends up depending on the skills and goodwill of his Java programmers to iron out the bugs.

"But that whole cycle is unnecessary," insists Cheshire. And the really good part, he adds, is that "You don't even need to know Java to take advantage of Enerjy's approach."

Yakov Fain, Enterprise Editor of Java Developer's Journal, will talk in this informative and easy-to-digest webcast with Cheshire and analyst Andy Cross, about a product from Energy that allows Java development managers to enforce Java coding standards from the get-go and can show the up-to-date state of a project's code base -- to minimize unpleasant surprises.

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