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Within a day of the inspection meeting, the moderator produces an inspection report (email, or equivalent) that lists each defect, including its type and severity. The inspection report helps to ensure that all defects will be corrected and is used to develop a checklist that emphasizes problems specific to the organization. If
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you collect data on the time spent and the number of errors found over time, you can respond to challenges about inspection s efficacy with hard data. Otherwise, you ll be limited to saying that inspections seem better. That won t be as convincing to someone who thinks testing seems better. You ll also be able to tell if inspections aren t working in your environment and modify or abandon them, as appropriate. Data collection is also important because any new methodology needs to justify its existence.
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The moderator assigns defects to someone, usually the author, for repair. The assignee resolves each defect on the list.
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The moderator is responsible for seeing that all rework assigned during the inspection is carried out. If more than 5 percent of the design or code needs to be reworked, the whole inspection process should be repeated. If less, the moderator may still call for a re-inspection or choose to verify the rework personally.
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Third-Hour Meeting
Even though during the inspection participants aren t allowed to discuss solutions to the problems raised, some might still want to. You can hold an informal, third-hour meeting to allow interested parties to discuss solutions after the official inspection is over.
Fine-Tuning the Inspection
Once you become skilled at performing inspections by the book, you can usually find several ways to improve them. Don t introduce changes willy-nilly, though. Instrument the inspection process so that you know whether your changes are beneficial. Companies have often found that removing or combining any of the parts costs more than is saved (Fagan 1986). If you re tempted to change the inspection process without measuring the effect of the change, don t. If you have measured the process and you know that your changed process works better than the one described here, go right ahead. As you do inspections, you ll notice that certain kinds of errors occur more frequently than other kinds. Create a checklist that calls attention to those kinds of errors so that reviewers will focus on them. Over time, you ll find kinds of errors that aren t on the checklist; add those to it. You might find that some errors on the initial checklist cease to occur; remove those. After a few inspections, your organization will have a checklist for inspections customized to its needs, and it might also have some clues about trouble areas in which its
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programmers need more training or support. Limit your checklist to one page or less. Longer ones are hard to use at the level of detail needed in an inspection.
Egos in Inspections
The point of the inspection itself is to discover defects in the design or code. It is not to explore alternatives or to debate about who is right and who is wrong. The point is most certainly not to criticize the author of the design or code. The experience should be a positive one for the author in which it s obvious that group participation improves the program and is a learning experience for all involved. It should not convince the author that some people in the group are jerks or that it s time to look for a new job. Comments like Anyone who knows Java knows that it s more efficient to loop from 0 to num-1, not 1 to num are totally inappropriate, and if they occur, the moderator should make their inappropriateness unmistakably clear. Because the design or code is being criticized and the author probably feels somewhat attached to it, the author will naturally feel some of the heat directed at the code. The author should anticipate hearing criticisms of several defects that aren t really defects and several more that seem debatable. In spite of that, the author should acknowledge each alleged defect and move on. Acknowledging a criticism doesn t imply that the author agrees it s true. The author should not try to defend the work under review. After the review, the author can think about each point in private and decide whether it s valid. Reviewers must remember that the author has the ultimate responsibility for deciding what to do about a defect. It s fine to enjoy finding defects (and outside the review, to enjoy proposing solutions), but each reviewer must respect the author s ultimate right to decide how to resolve an error.
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