So you think you don’t need an open source software audit?

by Shilpa Mishra • No Comments

So you think you don’t need an open source software audit?

Before you answer that, read this article. It might make you think twice about what's in your software...

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Make ZendCon 2017 your team’s next off-site

by Cal Evans • No Comments

Make ZendCon 2017 your team’s next off-site

"Train people well enough so that they can leave. Treat them well enough so that they don’t want to." — Sir Richard Branson...

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Does the ‘V’ in GENIVI represent vulnerability?

by Walter Capitani • No Comments

Does the ‘V’ in GENIVI represent vulnerability?

Everywhere we look today, security’s in the news. Nowhere is this more evident than in the automotive sector. Rogue Wave Software engineers recently performed a security analysis of the GENIVI open source code base. Here's what they found...

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See you at the GPU Technology Conference

by Martin Bakal • No Comments

See you at the GPU Technology Conference

Looking forward to spending my time next week at GTC. ...

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OpenSSL license change: A cautionary tale

by Valerie Douglas • 2 Comments

OpenSSL license change: A cautionary tale

OpenSSL recently announced it's changing its licensing. Let's look at what's driving this decision and how does it impact users and contributors...

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Growing pains: IoT and consumer product

by Andrew Pomponio • No Comments

Growing pains: IoT and consumer product

A very dangerous lack of attention to detail seems to be prevalent among Internet of Things (IoT) consumer products. Since their inception, the amount of vulnerabilities in these devices has far outweighed the conveniences they provide. In this...

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Static Analysis

Does the ‘V’ in GENIVI represent vulnerability?

May 8, 2017, Walter Capitani - No Comments

Does the ‘V’ in GENIVI represent vulnerability?

Everywhere we look today, security’s in the news. Nowhere is this more evident than in the automotive sector. Rogue Wave Software engineers...

Software Security

From the field: Code security and Klocwork

May 17, 2017, Steve Howard - No Comments

From the field: Code security and Klocwork

Thoughts on how Klocwork static code analysis helps with code security, with examples pulled from the headlines...

High Performance Computing

Rogue Wave Software announces support for the NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU

February 7, 2017, Martin Bakal - No Comments

Rogue Wave Software announces support for the NVIDIA Tesla...

Rogue Wave Software is excited to announce the new releases of TotalView for HPC and CodeDynamics.Both products now support NVIDIA’s recently...

Open Source

So you think you don’t need an open source software audit?

May 19, 2017, Shilpa Mishra - No Comments

So you think you don’t need an open source...

Before you answer that, read this article. It might make you think twice about what's in your software...

Software Testing

Defeating testing is ultimately self-defeating

September 23, 2015, Roy Sarkar - No Comments

Defeating testing is ultimately self-defeating

The Volkswagen emissions scandal reminds us of an important question: is independent testing good enough...

Embedded Software

No CI, please, we’re embedded!

November 8, 2016, Steve Howard - No Comments

No CI, please, we’re embedded!

Is true continuous integration (CI) steadily making its way into embedded software development? ...

Analytics & Data Mining

An update to BCPOL

October 6, 2016, Ed Stewart - No Comments

An update to BCPOL

An example of using the BCPOL function, an implementation of a direct search complex algorithm, and how to fine tune it...

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