Posts Tagged ‘Software Development’

  • Create time for innovation

    on Jul 5, 17 • by Alan McKellar • with No Comments

    Create time for innovation

    What to consider as you evaluate the balance between supporting legacy software solutions and driving new business innovation

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  • A look at software development for 2017

    on Jan 25, 17 • by Kara Howson • with No Comments

    A look at software development for 2017

    Rogue Wave CTO, Rod Cope, shares his views on the software development industry for 2017 in this short video

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  • ADHD and how to get non-feature engineering work done

    on Nov 21, 16 • by Mike Bessuille • with No Comments

    ADHD and how to get non-feature engineering work done

    How we found the time to fit in engineering work - things the customer won't see - when swamped with new features and bug fixes

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  • Golden rules of AST checker development

    on Jan 24, 12 • by Patti Murphy • with No Comments

    Golden rules of AST checker development

    In my previous post, It’s time to create a custom checker…, we looked at the considerations involved in deciding which checker to create–AST or path? In this post, we’re going to use a custom checker to enforce an internal coding standard that extends the default set of checkers in our source code analysis tool. To do this, I’ve called upon Steve Howard, our head of Partner Support in Europe, to get us started with an AST checker to accomplish our goal. Steve has coached many customers through the checker creation process. In his experience, the

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  • What’s the Right Iteration Length?

    on Nov 1, 11 • by Todd Landry • with 1 Comment

    What’s the Right Iteration Length?

    The question of “what’s the right iteration length” may not be as interesting as any of the questions found here (gum really doesn’t stay in you for 7 years. Who knew?), but it is a common question from organizations moving to agile development. You can certainly get a lot of different opinions on this from a Google search, but since you’re reading this now, I’ll give you mine, based on personal experience. A number of years ago, one of the projects I was PM on decided to try out Scrum. I had attended some Product

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  • Is Pure Agile Always an Option?

    on Oct 4, 11 • by Todd Landry • with 2 Comments

    Is Pure Agile Always an Option?

    Over the past few years I’ve talked to a number of customers in the embedded software and medical devices industries, and I continue to see a significant number of these organizations either moving to, or planning on moving to agile development processes. With all of the inherent challenges for agile in these organizations such as standards/regulatory compliance, hardware changes and integration, security issues, etc. I must say that I’m a little shocked that customers are moving away from their current processes towards something like agile. Add to this the fact that the Agile Manifesto specifically

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  • Klocwork University consolidates learning resources into a single roster

    on Sep 7, 11 • by Patti Murphy • with No Comments

    Klocwork University consolidates learning resources into a single roster

    Klocwork Developer Network presents Klocwork University, which consolidates all our online learning resources onto a single page. Klocwork University is your one stop for self-paced online learning and how-tos about: Setting up and using our static analysis tools on your desktop or integration build The latest trends in software security Agile coding practices and how they intersect with static analysis Klocwork product overviews At Klocwork University you’ll see helpful descriptions of: In-house and partner-generated e-learning courses Video how-tos Webinars After you browse our offerings on the Klocwork University page, click your selection and access your

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  • The Evolution of Static Code Analysis – Part 3: The Present Day

    on Jun 8, 11 • by Todd Landry • with 1 Comment

    The Evolution of Static Code Analysis – Part 3: The Present Day

    My first 2 posts looked at 2 different eras of Static Code Analysis, the Early Years and the Early 21st Century. The SCA solutions of these times were revolutionary, and helped software development teams a great deal. But they had their warts. In the final post in this series, I’m going to introduce you to the present day Static Code Analysis technology and how it is impacting developers. The Present Day I’m a huge fan of Reece’s Peanut Butter Cups. I love them. I keep active so I don’t feel guilty eating them. In a

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  • The Evolution of Source Code Analysis – Part 2: The Early 21st Century

    on May 26, 11 • by Todd Landry • with 3 Comments

    The Evolution of Source Code Analysis – Part 2: The Early 21st Century

    In my last post, I took us back in time to an era of bad fashion, questionable music, legendary television shows, and source code analysis tools that were made specifically for software developers. It was the 1970s. In this post, I fast forward to just after the turn of the century to discuss the next evolution of static analysis tools. The Early 21st Century Not long after we first viewed hairy-footed Hobbits on the silver screen, and the sham that was affectionately known as Y2K, a new generation of source code analysis tools emerged to

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  • A Rockin’ Agile Roadshow

    on Apr 7, 11 • by Todd Landry • with No Comments

    A Rockin’ Agile Roadshow

    Last week I toured the West coast with our friends from VersionOne, Perforce, and Electric Cloud on our Agile roadshow hitting the cities of Seattle, Santa Clara, and San Diego. In one of the after meeting discussions, one of the attendees asked me what the differences were between Agile and Lean. Having only been involved with Lean from an outside perspective, I didn’t really think there were huge differences and that they shared many of the same beliefs. Luckily, it looks like others believe this to be the case too. So rather than me trying

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