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Re: International Standards in J2EE

Chanian, Raj

2003-07-02


Loose Coupling
High (Functional) Cohesion (Object Oriented, Componentised, Good use of
Functions/Procedures)
Well Abstracted Layers
Reusable Designs
Readability
Error Handleable
Ease Of Use
Fit for Purpose
Reproducable

Spring to mind in preference to LOC metric, however I am talking about
design features.

Good productivity, naturally comes out of this once you have a well
architected and robust base framework.
Once you have some core functionality templatised, then you can have normal
developers flash out the the remainder of the system that will tap/leverage
this framework.

Regards,

Raj

-----Original Message-----
From: Joe Sam Shirah [mailto:jshirah@(protected)]
Sent: 01 July 2003 18:02
To: J2EE-INTEREST@(protected)
Subject: Re: International Standards in J2EE


  Hi Ritesh,

  IMHO, LOC is one of the worst measures of productivity. I often spend
time going back to reduce the number of lines or to use more efficient code
in my applications. I do keep in mind readability and the fact that shorter
code can sometimes cause larger executables.

  Successful, satisfactory completion, "defect density", and
after-delivery maintenance are more reliable indicators.


                                     Joe Sam

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Ritesh_Srivastava" <Ritesh_Srivastava@(protected)>
To: <J2EE-INTEREST@(protected)>
Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2003 5:53 AM
Subject: International Standards in J2EE


> Hi,
>      Is anyone of you aware of the International Standards for J2EE
> projects. I mean, what is the
>
> 1. International norm for LOC. How many LOC per day per person. 2.
> Delivered defect density...
>      any other measurements available.
>
> Any info/site address will be helpful.
>
> Regards
> Ritesh

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