Tag: code quality

Avoid These Common Pitfalls to Reduce Software Complexity and Technical Debt While Driving Feature Releases at the Speed of DevOps.
Three Reasons Why Continuous Integration Doesn’t Create Better Software
Takeaways from the 2018 Imagine Nation ELC Conference.
IT Modernization Challenges and Recommendations to Tackle by 2020
Technical debt and DevOps are two topics on every organizations mind.  Yet, no one tackles the topic better than this article
Technical Debt & DevOps: 5 factors fueling automation in IT
Software risk is business risk, but who is ultimately responsible? This blog explores insights from the Cutter Consortium on how to de-risk business-critical software systems.
Software Risk is Business Risk
Technical debt is at the top of developers pain points, and according to some this is due to a flurry of new development styles that have come into vogue. The software industry's focus on rapid application development, as necessary for business agility, has furthered the problem of technical debt. Fast implementation of containers and microservices lead to DevOps teams facing serious tech debt management issues.
The Pain Point of Technical Debt
Last week we published a post about the Consortium for IT Software Quality's (CISQ) initiative to come up with a standard technical debt measure through a survey distributed to developers.
Contribute to CISQ's Technical Debt Remediation Survey
As we quickly head into the new year - the Consortium for IT Software Quality (CISQ) is working to develop a new measure for technical debt.
CISQ to Develop Technical Debt Standard Measure
Cars are no longer simple pieces of machinery, but have evolved into highly integrated pieces of technology - with software embedded into all their critical systems.
Technical Debt & Safety Critical Systems in Automobiles: The Road Ahead
Technical debt can arise from many places and today we will focus on poorly used and created feature flags.
Feature Flags: Good, Bad, or Both?
Technical debt starts off from building fast and making a slew of decisions based on short-term needs that are detrimental to your products long-term stability and maintainability.
Technical Debt: What is it and What to do When You Have it?
Here, at On Technical Debt, we often discuss the difficulties of communicating technical debt to business stakeholders, the consequences that arise from it, and the ways to about paying it back - but in this post we are going  to focus on why it is there to begin with.
The "Why" of Technical Debt
The project triangle is a well known model to many, even the most junior of software developers know it.
Is The Technical Debt Metaphor Actually Helpful?
This is a great post from the Software Engineering Institute on early software defect detections with technical debt.
Detecting Software Vulnerabilities with Technical Debt

Con motivo de nuestro 25 aniversario, el pasado 16 de junio tuvo lugar el primer User Workshop a nivel local, una sesión cuyo objetivo reside en crear una comunidad de usuarios de CAST AIP y mantener informados a los clientes de las novedades de nuestras soluciones.

¿Hacia dónde evolucionan las soluciones de CAST y cómo pueden influir en las organizaciones?, ¿Estoy optimizando el uso de CAST AIP en mi organización? En formato taller y para crear un ambiente dinámico y participativo se dio respuesta a esta y muchas otras inquietudes y experiencias de un grupo de usuarios de CAST AIP con el objetivo de extraer todo el valor y potencial que la herramienta puede aportar en cada organización y dependiendo del público al que se dirijan los resultados de análisis extraído.

Software Analytics, un estímulo para el éxito de negocio
In the evolution of technology, one of the major components of its trajectory is that it has become integrated in every possible product.
Software and Code Quality in Automobile Safety-Critical Applications

Le 15 Juin 2016, CAST a organisé un workshop au tour du sujet Security By Design à l’hôtel Hilton, Paris La Défense avec des intervenants de SOLUCOM, ATOS, BNP PARIBAS CARDIF et CAST en présence d’une trentaine de participants du secteur public, finance, énergie, éditeurs de logiciels, etc.

Security By Design
Looking at the software industry as it stands, it would accurate to assume that most working in it don't know what technical excellence is
How to build code with Technical Excellence
This great articlefrom Forbes starts off with a good physical and personal analogy for technical debt:
The Silent Killer: Technical Debt
Looking at technical debt in a negative light, as something that stands in the way of new features when it grows, equates it to a credit card.
The Differences between Technical Debt and Financial Debt
One of the great things about the technical debt metaphor is that it expanded the conversation on software entropy and complexity to include the business that software is used by and maintained for.
Strategizing Your Technical Debt: The Good, The Bad, and The Necessary