Tag: open source

Open source is the lifeblood of modern software development, but it's not without risks, especially when it comes to application security.
A Good Look at Open Source Frameworks: Avoiding Another Equifax

Over the past decade, advancements in static analysis tools from both commercial and open source communities have dramatically improved the detection of developer violations of good coding practices. The ability to detect these issues in coding practices provides the promise of better software quality.

Software Quality is More than Good Code

Thinking about building your own multi-language custom source code analyzer platform using open source components?  Sure, the upsides seem to add up: no licensing fees, great customization ability, and an impressive new entry on your resume (making it even shinier).  Read that project charter once more before you sign it in ink, because our experience has shown it’s not quite that simple.

6 Hidden Costs of Building Your Own Open Source Code Analyzer Platform
Securing open source - Lev Lesokhin spoke with CSO Online about how large IT organizations can secure their business critical applications from known vulnerabilities and shoddy software quality. Be sure to check...
Software Quality: The Problem with Ignoring the Open Source Quality

We know there’s “no such thing as a free lunch,” that “freedom isn’t free” and that if you get something for free, you probably got what you paid for. Even in the tech industry, when we talk about open source software, we immediately think “free”, yet instantly jump to the old caveat of “think free speech, not free beer,” the idea there being that open source is the layer-by-layer developed product of well-intentioned developers seeking to produce high quality software that competes with established applications.

Sibling Rivalry: Code Quality & Open Source