Hi SC-L, [Hmmm, this didn't make it out to the list as I'd expected, so here's a 2nd try. Apologies for any duplicates. KRvW] At the SC-L BoF sessions held to date (which admittedly is not exactly a huge number, but I'm doing my best to see them continue), I like to ask those that attend
you've got a few questions there ... i'll answer the first one. i might copy the suggestion from someone [i can't remember who at the moment] who suggested the next step in programming in-general is more parallel programs [in order to increase speed]. this is obviously complicated and will create
FYI, yet another acquisition in the security world... This time it's IBM buying up Watchfire (makers of AppScan). http://news.zdnet.com/2100-1009_22-6188999.html? part=rsstag=feedsubj=zdnet Kind of reminds me of something Chef Jacques Pepin said in an interview with Terry Gross on NPR's
Product integration - why have an editor, separate source code analizer, separate 'lint' product, compiler, linker, object code analyzer, Fuzz testing tools, etc...apart from marketing and revenue stream - it doesn't help the developer any. Who tests the products that test the code? Mike H.
I really hope that this email doesn't generate a ton of offline emails and hope that folks will talk publicly. It has been my latest thinking that the value of tools in this space are not really targeted at developers but should be targeted at executives who care about overall quality and
On 6/7/07, McGovern, James F (HTSC, IT) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I really hope that this email doesn't generate a ton of offline emails and hope that folks will talk publicly. It has been my latest thinking that the value of tools in this space are not really targeted at developers but