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Mark Schettenhelm, Product Manager for Compuware’s ISPW product, has more than 30 years of experience in the IT industry. Mark’s background is in Testing and Application Portfolio Analysis with his current focus being in Source Code Management. Mark has received the Certification of Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) from the International Association of Privacy Professionals, (IAPP). He has been interviewed in numerous publications including ZDNet UK, Application Development Trends and Storage Magazine, and has a regular column in Enterprise Tech Journal. In his 25 years with Compuware, Mark has been instrumental in helping to bring the Compuware mainframe solutions to the forefront of the industry. Mark’s efforts on matching customer needs and expectations with the functionality of various software and solutions have been extremely successful in helping the Company chart a path for the enterprise segment of the IT industry. Before joining Compuware Mark was a software developer in the health care industry. Mark is a native of Michigan and graduated from Northern Michigan University with a B.S. in History.

Halstead Vocabulary and Length: For When Program Size DOES Matter

By | July 9th, 2013|DevOps|

Attribution: Horia Varlan In my last post I discussed Software Lines of Code (SLOC), the most commonly used program metric.  This is a very easy metric to produce but lacks real insight into the program. For this reason, “Logical” SLOC is often used because it measures the number [...]

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