Whether you are evaluating static analysis in your development cycle or already using static analysis today, learn what every development team needs to know, including what to look for when evaluating static analysis solutions, how to minimize the risk that noise and false positive rates pose to successful deployments, how to measure and report on quality, and ease of adoption. Includes live demonstration of Coverity Prevent, the static analysis solution of choice for scanning billions of lines of mission-critical code at over 600 companies and government agencies worldwide.
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