CISQ looks to create a true measure of software technical debt

The Consortium for IT Software Quality (CISQ) has created standard measures for quality characteristics in software – reliability, security, performance efficiency and maintainability. Now, the group is working to create a measure of technical debt an organization carries across the aforementioned quality characteristics that takes in the amount of work required to clear that debt. … continue reading

OMG to approve CISQ software measurements as standards

The Object Management Group will approve as standards new measures to evaluate the quality characteristics of software created by the Consortium for IT Software Quality. The CISQ Quality Characteristic Measures cover the areas of reliability, security, performance efficiency and maintainability, as well as for automating function point measurements, according to Bill Curtis, executive director of … continue reading

CISQ aims to ensure industry-wide software quality standards

The Consortium for IT Software Quality (CISQ) has released two specifications to help organizations increase software quality. Managed by the Object Management Group (OMG), CISQ was chartered in 2009 to create specifications for measuring source code quality that can be approved by the OMG. “[The] industry needs standard, low-cost, automated measures for evaluating software size … continue reading

Oh no! Bugs are still on the loose!

But these bugs can be vanquished by following these five steps, as compiled by software developers … continue reading

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