Posts Tagged ‘SCA’

  • In standards we unite, in agile we diverge

    on Jan 11, 11 • by Patti Murphy • with 2 Comments


    What comes first—the process or the tool? Yes. Any tool worth its salt should integrate into existing processes and tools. What’s interesting and informative is seeing the similarities and differences in how the same tool is applied in different organizations, across continents and oceans. The emphasis on quality unites everyone, but the level to which agile is adopted is what makes static analysis markets different. No one knows this more than Mark Grice, Klocwork Director and Manager of the International Reseller/Partner Network, and Steve Howard, head of Partner Support in Europe. Trying to talk to

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  • How smart companies roll out source code analysis tools

    on Aug 19, 10 • by Patti Murphy • with 1 Comment

    Want to get rolling with a Source Code Analysis (SCA) tool as efficiently as possible? “Do what the smart companies do,” says Mark Grice, a Klocwork Director and Manager of the International Reseller/Partner Network. In our last discussion, Grice outlined three best practices for SCA tools selection: involve your developers, limit your selection to market-leading tools, and identify a deadline. According to Grice, smart companies take those best practices and: Buy an introductory package and pick one development team that will deploy the SCA tool. Do an in-depth performance analysis after six months. Expand the

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