Topic: sonarsource

Insecure Code: Software Makers May Be Held Liable with New Legislation

The ongoing debate in the United States regarding software developers’ responsibility for bugs in code that lead to security breaches has gained significant attention as cybersecurity incidents increase. In an effort to address the growing cybersecurity challenges the nation faces, the Biden administration has taken a stance on this issue.  Earlier this year, the Biden … continue reading

SonarQube 9.9 LTS helps organizations produce clean code

SonarSource’s release of SonarQube 9.9 Long-Term Support (LTS) aims to help organizations clean their code quickly with accelerated pull request analysis, support for building and deploying secure cloud-native applications, and more.  “Our mission is to equip organizations with the solution and methodology to achieve a state of Clean Code, making all code fit for development … continue reading

How clean code can help prevent headline-grabbing vulnerabilities

While errors and bugs in coding technology may not always be harmful, many of them can be exploited by bad actors and result in vulnerabilities. Bad actors can leverage vulnerabilities to get the software to act in unexpected ways, potentially impacting the performance and security of the software. This could also give untrustworthy agents access to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: TIBCO Jaspersoft 7, SonarCloud extension for Visual Studio Team Services and Galamon AI efforts

TIBCO announces the latest version of its embeddable business intelligence and analytics software. Jaspersoft 7 includes new capabilities designed to help developers differentiate their apps with data visualization. Features include the data visualization view is now available as a BI component enabling individual visualizations that can be integrated into the app experience. This was built … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google and Pluralsight partner on developer skills and Compuware and SonarSource’s COBOL code coverage

Google and Pluralsight are teaming up as part of Google’s Reskilling India Program to address the technology skills gap in India. India’s IT trade association, NASSCOM, says that India will add 150,000 new tech workers in 2018, but there are still 3.9 million employees in the country with aging technology skills that will need to … continue reading Protection Status