Topic: static code analysis

Code analysis is about more than software

Static code analysis is usually thought of in terms of preventing vulnerabilities from existing in code. And, it’s thought of in terms of things like memory leaks and tainted data. But as businesses become more reliant than ever on software to drive their revenues, it is important to think about the damage these vulnerabilities can … continue reading

5 ways static code analysis can save you

If you’re not doing static code analysis (aka static analysis), now is the time to start. Delivering code faster has dubious value if the quality degrades as development cycles shrink. On the other hand, if you’re not doing static code analysis, you’re not alone. Despite the mature age of the tool category, not a lot … continue reading

SD Times news digest: OMG’s Tools Output Integration Framework, PowerShell Core 6.0, and OurCrowd launches Cognitiv

The Object Management Group has announced a Request for Comment for its Tools Output Integration Framework (TOIF). The purpose is to create a common format to show the findings of static code analysis tools. The RFC will be open until February 19 and comments can be made on the RFC comment form. “TOIF will solve … continue reading

Klocwork 2017 finds and prioritizes software bugs faster

Rogue Wave wants to make it even easier to find vulnerabilities on the fly with the release of Klocwork 2017. Klockwork is the company’s static code-analysis tool. The latest release introduces SmartRank, a defect-recommendation engine. “We knew our users were struggling with too many issues and no way to prioritize them,” said Walter Capitani, Klocwork … continue reading

Rogue Wave introduces continuous static code analysis

Rogue Wave Software wants to help developers find defects and resolve them faster. The company has announced the release of Klocwork 2016 with continuous static code analysis. According to the company, a static code-analysis tool that supports Continuous Integration (CI) will be able to rapidly detect common mistakes and anti-patterns, and provide a healthier build. … continue reading

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