Coverity is a brand of software development products from Synopsys, consisting primarily of static code analysis and dynamic code analysis tools. The tools enable engineers to find defects and security vulnerabilities in source code written in C, C++, Java, C#, and JavaScript.

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  • How Coverity Finds Resource Leaks
    In this video, Eric Lippert discusses resource leaks -- how we find them with the Coverity Development Testing Platform and what we do from there...
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  • NASA Relies on Coverity for the Seamless Operation of the Curiosity Rover
    Watch a brief video of the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Relies on Coverity to Ensure the Seamless Touchdown and Operation of the Curiosity Rover. Coverity is honored to have been able to contribute to this significant scientific achievement and help NASA unlock the secrets of whether life ever existed on Mars.
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  • Coverity Test Advisor - QA Edition
    This video provides a high-level overview of Coverity Test Advisor - QA Edition, which enables Quality Assurance (QA) to reduce overall testing time by focusing on software code impacted by change and eliminating testing gaps.
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  • The Psychology of C# Analysis
    Our C# expert Eric Lippert provides his take on the psychology of C# analysis, including the business case for C#, developer characteristics and analysis tools.
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  • Finding Defects in C#: Coverity vs. FxCop
    These slides provide the high-level results of our comparison of FxCop and the Coverity platform. We used a third party codebase of approx. 100k lines of code and analyzed it using the "fxcop" from Visual Studio 2013 and Coverity 6.6. Perhaps most surprising is how the two solutions (both static analysis tools for C# that aim to improve quality and security) are so different and yet so complement...
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  • Adopting Agile
    These slides quickly illustrate how you can successfully adopt Agile to improve your development efforts. In addition to discussing how and why teams are interested in Agile, it covers some of the challenges of adopting it and suggestions for ensuring success.
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  • DevBeat 2013 - Developer-first Security
    Few developers pay attention to security, in spite of the unstoppable tide of security defects in code. Big money is being spent by governments to buy bugs, and exploits have become a new class of weapon in the arsenal of militaries around the world. It is high time that developers pay attention. In these slides, Coverity CTO & co-founder Andy Chou presents a model for how developers can begin to...
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  • OSS Java Analysis - What You Might Be Missing
    We think FindBugs is a great tool for finding coding style and best practice types of issues, so we conducted a little experiment a few months ago. We analyzed Jenkins core code with both FindBugs and Coverity. These slides provide a high-level summary of our results.
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  • The New Industrial Revolution Favors Developers
    Traditional industries are increasingly relying on complex software and software development is predicted to be the single largest job growth sector in all of IT through 2020. 2013 is a good time to be a software developer.
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