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Your Code as a Crime Scene by Adam Tornhill

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Take Other Approaches

The techniques in this book are a starting point. There’s much more information in our code repositories. So before we leave, let’s look at some other approaches. What follows are strategies that might give you even more information. These ideas may also serve as an inspiration once you choose to explore our topic in more depth.

Investigate More Than Source Code

If you have other artifacts stored under version control, you can include them in the analyses as well. Some examples include documents, requirement specifications, or manuals for your product. Perhaps you’ll even look for temporal dependencies between your requirements and code.

Have a look at the following figure as an example of a non-code analysis. This picture ...

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