All together now (01 Jul 2004)
Measuring programmer productivity is particularly hard - simplistic measures such as lines of code written or bugs found and fixed are meaningless because that doesn't tell you whether the finished code is any good, or where people are spending their time. But with Team Studio, managers can see how many tests someone has completed, how much of the program those tests cover, and whether the latest tests are checking the latest code or code that was tested and fixed months ago.
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