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"Prevent and Detect C++ Errors Automatically with Parasoft C++Test."
When May 11, 2009
from 01:00 PM to 03:00 PM
Where ITD Seminar Room
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Joe Valdez, David McCaw and Wilhelm Haaker (Parasoft)

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Parasoft C++test enables teams to produce better code, test it more efficiently, and consistently monitor progress toward their quality goals.

Parasoft's code analysis monitors whether code meets uniform expectations around security, reliability, performance, and maintainability — delivering real-time training based on corporate policy. By exposing structural errors and preventing entire classes of errors, this provides a foundation for producing solid code. Our code analysis includes pattern-based (coding standards) analysis, data flow analysis, and metrics. All are centrally managed and highly automated. Moreover, an automated framework is provided to ensure consistency across development languages, development teams, and third-party partners.

With C++test, critical time-proven best practices — such as static analysis, comprehensive code review, and unit and component testing with integrated coverage analysis — are automated on the developer’s desktop, early in the development cycle. A command line interface enables fully automated execution within regression and continuous integration environments, providing data for monitoring and analyzing quality trends. Moreover, C++test integrates with Parasoft’s reporting system, which provides interactive Web-based dashboards with drill-down capability.

The Parasoft approach has evolved over our 20 years in business. With experience helping 58% of the Fortune 500 companies implement a broad range of validation and verification practices, Parasoft knows what it takes to ensure adoption and establish a sustainable, repeatable, and predictable process.

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Brookhaven C++Test Presentation
Date: May 11th 2009
Conference#: (916)233-3080
Access Code: 209-776-713

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