Qodana Code Analysis: From the IDE to Quality Gates


When you program in your favorite IDE, the editor enriches the code with helpful information to spot issues early in development. To write quality code, it is essential to identify code formatting issues, possible resource leaks, tainted code, and vulnerabilities in project dependencies.

In this session, you will learn about the tools in IntelliJ IDEA to help you work with and improve the quality of your code. We will also explore the Qodana code quality platform, which is based on the code analysis engines provided by IntelliJ IDEA. Because of this, we’ll apply the same tools in the CI pipeline to build quality gates and monitor our project’s health. In this live coding session demonstrating various code checks and metrics, you will learn how to integrate Qodana static analysis into your project.

Speaking to you

Anton Arhipov
Anton is a Developer Advocate on the Kotlin team at JetBrains. With a professional background in server-side development, Anton has been building tools for developers for more than 10 years. Recognized as a Java Champion since 2014, he is often a speaker at large software conferences and contributes to the Kotlin YouTube channel.