Recently I tried out the NDepend tool to see how it can help with code reviews and code quality assessment of .Net code in Visual Studio.
I found this tool to be helpful and it quickly found areas of code in our projects that need some extra help.
Once you run the tool, you get a report which lays out the good, the bad and the ugly in your code. This is helpful as it lets us focus on what is important, and perhaps how much work needed to fix an issue.
Here’s a summary example:
You can then drill down and see the detail:
NDepend comes with a Visual Studio plug as well as a stand alone version.