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sqlcheck - Automatically identify anti-patterns in SQL queries

  •    C++

sqlcheck automatically detects common SQL anti-patterns. Such anti-patterns often slow down queries. Addressing them will, therefore, help accelerate queries.sqlcheck targets all major SQL dialects.

performance-optimization - Guidance on how to observe, measure, and correct common issues in a cloud-based system

  •    CSharp

This repo contains sample code for a set of performance antipatterns. Documentation and guidance for these patterns can be found on the Azure Architecture Center. For each antipattern, the documentation describes why the antipattern typically occurs, symptoms of the antipattern, and techniques for resolving the problem. The corresponding sample code shows (1) the problem and (2) a recommended way to fix the problem.

dart-code-metrics - Software analytics tool that helps developers analyse and improve software quality

  •    Dart

Dart Code Metrics is a static analysis tool that helps you analyse and improve your code quality. A plugin for the Dart analyzer package providing additional rules from Dart Code Metrics. All issues produced by rules or anti-patterns will be highlighted in IDE.

hold_please - Disable ActiveRecord callbacks.

  •    Ruby

Because ActiveRecord callbacks are a bad idea. They're way too easy to misuse and should probably be removed from Rails altogether. But, as some Rails core team members in favor of the removal have pointed out, that will probably never happen. But that's no reason not to protect yourself and your loved ones.

dart-code-metrics-action - A GitHub action to perform Dart Code Metrics checks automatically

  •    Dart

This action allows to use Dart Code Metrics from GitHub Actions. Dart Code Metrics is a static analysis tool that helps you analyse and improve your code quality.

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