Like it or not, economics will pull the strings in any and, like other department, IT is affected. The next session of The Tech Herald’s look at IT and the economy involves Mike Laginski, CEO of Klocwork. Laginski took on all of the original questions, taking advantage of the extended deadline to the Q&A topic, and gave us some honest thoughts on what he sees.
Klocwork is a company that deals mainly with software development teams who, like it or not, have been told to do more with less. As Laginski explains, Klocwork is stepping up to the plate to help with that. In short, Klocwork assists software development businesses in writing stronger code.
The company offers a host of tools that analyze code looking for vulnerabilities, quality issues, and even architectural issues. Klocwork does this in one of two ways via Klocwork Insight and Klocwork Solo. Insight can analyze C, C++, C#, and Java, while Solo focuses on Java. However, Solo is missing various options as it deals with Java analysis alone, so the rounded offering comes from Insight based on product specs.