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Static Analysis Tools and the SDL (Part One)

"This is part one of a two part series of posts by myself and Bryan Sullivan; I will cover the static analysis tools we use at Microsoft (and make available publicly) for analyzing unmanaged (ie; Native) C and C++ code, and Bryan will cover managed code static analysis in a later post.

I’m a huge fan of static analysis tools; actually, I’m a fan of any tooling that beneficially automates any portion of the software development process. Software development is a complex business, and anything you can do to make the process more repeatable, predictable and reduces ‘friction’ is a big win in my book."

Read more: http://blogs.msdn.com/sdl/archive/2009/06/29/static-analysis-tools-and-the-sdl-part-one.aspx


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