PVS-Studio: the Additional Insurance of the Medical Software

Software bugs can lead not only to material losses, but also can damage human’s health. For example, actors on the stage of a theatre can get injured if suddenly one of the scenery begins to go down on the stage at the wrong time. However, the connection between the errors in code and the health damage of medical software is more obvious. Let’s talk about this topic.

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A first look at RPG: turns out it’s not only Role-Playing Games

Many of you have heard about one of the oldest programming languages, COBOL, and you have also heard that COBOL programmers are much asked for nowadays to maintain old legacy code. There’s another old-timer which few know about and which is still in use and will be in use for quite a while for applications in various specific fields (i.e. finance, banking, etc.). Its name is IBM RPG.

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Search for Bugs in Code at the Early Stage

Every developer knows about a debugger, version control system or, for example, unit-tests. Nevertheless, not all developers are familiar with the methodology of static code analysis. Meanwhile, the technology becomes an integral part of the development cycle of programs. I would like to suggest a small introductory course for anyone interested in modern development trends.

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