Wow, what a week last week. We’ve been busy spreading the word about Klocwork Insight 9.5 and all its on-the-fly-analysis goodness since late January and the reaction has been amazing, but last week took the cake.
First, Klocwork Insight 9.5 won its first award: the Military Embedded Systems Editor’s Choice. Here’s an excerpt from their write-up:
Software developers have enough on their plates without having to spend undue time analyzing their code. Sure, there is traditional source code analysis, whether done manually or by using techniques such as static or dynamic analysis, but Klocwork’s Insight 9.5 is intriguing because it strays away from the centralized batch-processing analysis modus operandi and instead implements on-the-fly, as-it’s-created code analysis.
Also last week, Klocwork Insight was one of 5 products to be awarded with CWE’s Official Certificates of CWE Compatibility. This means our customers can rest assured that our products are “CWE Compatible”, based on CWE’s own criteria. Great news for all our customers who care about creating more secure code!
Klocwork Insight 9.5 was also a finalist for the Embedded World Award 2012, losing out in a close fought battle (so I’m told:) to Windriver and Willert for their software development tools. Congrats to the winners!
And that’s just in the the last few weeks since we launched the product.
Speaking of Embedded World, what a great event that was last week. Aside from the vast quantity of Nurnberg sausages we all ate, the sheer size of the event and quality of attendees was top-notch. The whole Klocwork team was run ragged all week hosting a customer event, doing demos at the booth, meeting partners, and just generally getting the word out.
So, good stuff all around for a product that was released barely one month ago!