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Nearly everyone has started on a project that included existing code. How do you get to know this codebase so you can contribute to it? Reading each file manual is tedious, time-consuming and not all that productive for getting the big picture about how an app works.
This talk will introduce a handful of useful code analysis tools, including:
Beginners are welcome.
I am an experienced software engineer, technical project manager, community organizer and speaker (LinkedIn). My day job is with Mozilla (makers of Firefox) as a technical project manager on the Developer Evangelist team, currently focused on building the Firefox OS Developer Phone program.
I am co-chair of the annual Open Source Bridge conference, am a co-founder and President of the Stumptown Syndicate, a technology education non-profit, and run both Code N Splode and Women Who Hack, user groups for women in technology.
In 2012, I was recognized with an O’Reilly Open Source Award.
I live in Portland, Oregon with my wife, Sherri, her mother, and four cats and two dogs. My non-tech activities include Hatha Yoga, cycling, hiking, folding origami and cooking yummy vegan food.