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Improve the quality of your J2EE-based projects

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Effective tools, gates, and accountability can help ensure your system's success

Many people incorrectly judge Java/J2EE-based systems on problems associated with maintaining the codebase, the number of bugs or inconsistencies in functionality, or poor performance. Fortunately, these problems have less to do with the Java/J2EE technology itself and more to do with the lack of a process focused on the quality of the system. To ensure success of large-scale Java/J2EE projects developed by a sizeable team, or across multiple teams, a team lead must:

  • Use tools that can measure quality

  • Define a set of gates and artifacts derived from the tools

  • Stress accountability to deliver, monitor, and enforce the results

This article explains how incorporating these three tactics into your development strategy can ensure that your team consistently produces quality projects.

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