False Positives and Other Misconceptions in Static Analysis
In ongoing discussions here at the blog and elsewhere, I keep seeing the topic of false positives in static analysis come up. It’s certainly a very important issue when dealing with static analysis, but the strange thing is that people have very different opinions of what a false positive is, and therefore different opinions of what static analysis can do and how to properly use it.
In the simplest sense, a false positives means that the message that a rule was violated is incorrect, or in other words...
Hardware manufacturers struggle in cloud-friendly market
Cloud computing related businesses are performing strongly while hardware manufacturers are struggling as businesses increasingly spend their money on Cloud-based platforms rather than PC systems, analysts have said.
When the latest financial reporting season kicks off next week, Cloud-based businesses, including Intel Corp and EMC, are expected to report a boost to in revenue, as people choose remote data storage and create their own servers with the help of businesses like VMware.
Performance Monitoring - A Thirty Day View
I remember when I saw the movie "Super Size Me" by Morgan Spurlock. I recall thinking about how much can happen in the course of just thirty days, not to mention how gross that food looked. For people, 30 days seems like a long time at first, until you look back on what happened over the course of those 30 days. It's easy to forget things that happened a week ago, not to mention a month back. At CopperEgg, things move so fast that I really have to think hard to recall what we were focused on 30 days...
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Cloudonomics: Improving Canada’s digital advantage
This is especially important in countries like Canada where for various reasons the ICT industry is under-developed, and this has knock-on consequences.
There is an infamous ‘D for Innovation‘ scorecard, and an...