How bad is your Change Risk Anti-Pattern index?

CRAP is short for Change Risk Anti-Patterns – an acronym to protect you from deeply offensive code.

Measures the C.R.A.P. (Change Risk Anti-Patterns) score. It is designed to analyze and predict the amount of effort, pain, and time required to maintain an existing body of code.

A method with a CRAP score over 30 is considered CRAPpy (i.e., unacceptableoffensive, etc.).

 C.R.A.P.(m) = comp(m)^2 * (1 – cov(m)/100)^3 + comp(m)

Where comp(m) is the cyclomatic complexity of method m, and cov(m) is the test code coverage provided by automated tests.

Slack: team communication

Slack: communication tools

This is just a perfect example of B2B communication tools. Free to 8USD/mo+ is more than enough to setup a standard communication tool in a small company (i.e. startup, or SMB) just to cut the never ending story on xmpp/skype/email/etc.

And as any geek, they got me on “integration” section:

  • GitHub
  • Asana
  • Dropbox
  • Nagios

For those who’s got a missing bit of team communication in their shipping/communication chain for product delivery. This one’s for you folks!

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