Shift Left to Optimize Your Software Development and DevOps Workflows
This webinar shows how you can shift left using Polyspace® static analysis tools to identify critical defects and security vulnerabilities in your C/C++ code without leaving your integrated development environment (IDE). Check for compliance with coding rule standards and custom naming conventions as you code. Shortening the feedback loop and testing time by resolving defects early in the development cycle and integrating with Continuous Integration and DevOps.
In this webinar, we will cover how to:
- Write better, safer, more secure code
- Receive feedback in your IDE with Polyspace® as You Code
- Comply with quality, safety, and security standards including MISRA, AUTOSAR, JSF++, CERT, CWE
- Check in cleaner code and save time in code reviews and testing
- Integrate into Continuous Integration and DevOps processes.
About the Presenters
Puneet Lal is the Product Marketing Manager for Polyspace products and specializes in software development and product management. He holds master’s degrees in Computer Science from California State University, Chico and Business Administration from Northeastern University. He has many years of software development experience and taught C++ and Software Engineering as an adjunct professor at Worcester State University.
Laurie Pattison-Gordon is a Principal User Experience Specialist at MathWorks. She works between customers and development teams to help translate customer needs into easily usable products. She has been working in the user experience field for many years and has worked on projects ranging from mathematics learning for K-12 audience to financial systems. She holds a master’s degree in Interactive Technology in Education from Harvard University.
Recorded: 28 Sep 2021
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