Posts Tagged ‘Mark Miller’

Code Metrics – Here’s your new code metric

November 29th, 2010 1 comment

This is the second part of the article, written in March of 2005 by the chief architect of IDE tools – Mark Miller, the author of the Maintenance Complexity code metric existing in CodeRush. It is updated to include maintenance complexity points for new language elements, that appeared in the new language versions (C#3.0, C#4.0, VB9.0, VB10.0). Posted with his permission.

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Code Metrics – Feeling the need for a new software metric

November 29th, 2010 Comments off

This is an article, written in July of 2004 by chief architect of IDE tools – Mark Miller. The article has been posted on Mark’s original blog, which existed before his new one. But later, the original blog and article were lost. I am reposting this article here, so everyone can learn something new about code metrics existing in CodeRush and Refactor! products. Posted with his permission.

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IDE Tools chief architect – Mark Miller

June 21st, 2010 Comments off

Mark Miller is Chief Architect of the IDE Tools division at DevExpress. Mark is a high-speed developer with strong expertise in architecture, plug-in systems, component development, extreme programming, effective user interfaces, good class design and great UI. Mark is well known for both his sense of humor as well as his software development jam sessions. A recent review described one of Mark’s sessions as “spectacular-insightful, fast paced, humorous, and impressive. Mark is one of the few people with the audacity to perform coding improvisations in front of a large audience.”

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IDE Tools documentation and info resources

June 19th, 2010 Comments off

You may look at the following information resources to learn more about IDE Tools products:

1) Online help for IDE Productivity Tools.

2) User Guide available via the “DevExpress | User Guide” menu after IDE tools are installed.

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