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CHAPTER 11 : Implementing Standards

PART 5 : IMPLEMENTATION

CHAPTER 11 : Implementing Standards
11.1 Raising awareness of the need for standards
11.2 'Disadvantages' of coding standards
11.3 Getting the standards defined
11.4 What should the standards contain?
11.5 Getting the standards into use
11.6 Prove the value
11.7 Keeping the standards alive
11.8 Making sure the standards are used
11.9 Summary

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11.6  Prove the value

To prove the real value of coding standards, you must make some measurements of the process. This should include before-and-after measures to show the real improvements made. Quantitative measures will include defects-found and time-to-fix before and after product release. Qualitative measures can come from comments (use a structured questionnaire, for consistency) given by programmers who work on the code.

 

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