T.E.S.T.: Doctoring the Code (page 32)

T.E.S.T.: Doctoring the Code (page 32)

on Jun 30, 09 • by Lynn Gayowski • with No Comments

Alen Zukich, director at source code analysis specialist Klocwork explores how software testing can help save lives while reducing costs in the rapidly changing medical device industry. When lives are at stake, software bugs are not just a nuisance, they can have serious, and even fatal, consequences. A glitch in a...

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Alen Zukich, director at source code analysis specialist Klocwork explores how software testing can help save lives while reducing costs in the rapidly changing medical device industry.

When lives are at stake, software bugs are not just a nuisance, they can have serious, and even fatal, consequences. A glitch in a medical device can mean peacemakers don’t keep hearts beating, diabetics can’t check their insulin levels and a patient’s heart isn’t properly monitored. Not to mention the lost revenue and damaged brand reputation for the manufacturer.

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