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Topic: Reporting Analytics

Why Development Testing Makes Business Sense
By Parasoft on June 20, 2013

By Jason Schadewald, Product Manager at Parasoft Developers Making Business Decisions A surprising number of high-risk software defects are 100%...

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Case Study: Static Analysis Leads to 30% Fewer Defects
By Parasoft on June 10, 2013

  Increasing Productivity and Quality in Mission-Critical Software Thales Italia boasts a solid portfolio of products and technologies destined...

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15 Seconds to Find a Pointer Error In 500,000+ Lines of Code
By Parasoft on March 21, 2013

How 15 seconds of analysis uncovered a crash-causing error that evaded 40 hours of manual inspection BITTT Enterprises specializes in business...

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Software Development Management: Optimizing Project Task Management
By Adam Kolawa on November 18, 2010

By Adam Kolawa, Parasoft CEO and Co-Founder For the QA group, it has become the norm to receive a request to execute an impossible scope of work...

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Code Review and Requirements Review: Automating Human Review Tasks
By Parasoft on November 11, 2010

By Adam Kolawa, Parasoft CEO and Co-Founder No matter how much automation is in place to assist the development and QA teams to deliver the right...

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Software Development Management: Meeting Expectations
By Adam Kolawa on November 4, 2010

By Adam Kolawa, Parasoft CEO and Co-Founder Establishing management’s expectation about what defines a completed requirement is essential for...

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Achieving Software Development Productivity Naturally
By Adam Kolawa on October 28, 2010

By Adam Kolawa, Parasoft CEO and Co-Founder Developing software can be supplemented with automation, but we must accept that software development...

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Software Development Process Improvement: The Time is Now
By Adam Kolawa on October 21, 2010

For far too long, the general demeanor for software development lifecycle (SDLC) process improvement initiatives has been something like, “We are...

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