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Tuesday Jun 24, 2014

Identifying Dead Code With Code Coverage

Code Coverage statistics are important ...for the QA department (see also QA Driven Development).

However, code coverage is a great tool for dead (=forgotten) code identification:

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Comments:

Adam, about the BCE pattern, on the boundary layer, is it necessary has 2 SLSB i.e. (Registrations and RegistrationsResources) ? The *Resources is the protocol adapter, but it is necessary to be an ejb ? Inside the app I want use the only the Registrations ejb. The *Resource should be just a REST entry point, or not?

Posted by Mauricio on June 25, 2014 at 11:43 AM CEST #

Very interesting, thank you

Posted by Olga Yasovsky on June 30, 2014 at 07:35 AM CEST #

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