Using Unified Code Count (UCC) for Data Collection

Presented: August 11, 2015 11:00 am
Presented by: Anandi Hira

Understanding the software development process and gathering data and metrics on the process is an important step to making better-informed cost and effort estimates, improving processes, and making good decisions. UCC (Unified Code Count) is a comprehensive SLOC (software lines of code) counter, and also provides metrics such as Cyclomatic Complexity and difference metrics between two baselines of code. USC Center for Systems and Software Engineering developed and continues to maintain this tool, and UCC is available to the general public as open source code. The webinar will give a quick demo on how to use UCC, as well as discuss its usefulness in data collection along with example analyses.

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