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Software Metrics Don't Kill Projects, Moronic Managers Kill Projects

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venkat sp

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Re: Software Metrics Don't Kill Projects, Moronic Managers Kill Projects Posted: Oct 30, 2007 10:25 PM
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I do not think Software Metrics Kill the projects. The software metrics is more to have a believe/confident on the code someone developed.

You can start writing a function, but what is the use, if it serves as a prototype only. To move application to real time, we need code quality checks and we need to follow the metrics.

On the same note I will disagree, to have standardized metrics to apply for all kind of applications. The Metrics should be based on individual organization critical areas and should be identified for each kind of application.

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