My colleagues and I are going to be giving three public presentations next week, two over the internet and one in person; if you’re interested in any of them, please join us!
On Tuesday January 28th 2014 from 8:30 to 9:30 AM Pacific Time my fellow “Bug Guy” Jon, my colleague Keri and I will be doing a webcast rather grandiosely entitled Breakthroughs in Semantic Analysis of C#. Thanks to Visual Studio Magazine for sponsoring this talk. This talk will be mostly focused on the work we’ve done to improve defect detection in C# in the latest version of Coverity’s analyzer.
On Wednesday January 29th 2014 from 8:30 to 9:30 AM Pacific Time the same crew will be doing a webcast entitled The Top Five Things Every C# Developer Should Know.[1. Because the internet loves Top N lists, you know.] There will be some overlap with the previous talk, but will be more focused on the common misconceptions and pitfalls that I see over and over again.
On Thursday January 30th 2014 from 3:00 to 7:00 PM Pacific Time Coverity founder/CTO Andy Chou and I will be doing a live in person presentation that is more or less the union of those two talks: If Your Code Could Speak, What Would It Say? at the San Jose Marriott at 301 S Market Street. Coverity CEO Anthony Bettencourt and Intuit Quality Manager John Ruberto will also be speaking. There will likely be a panel discussion and opportunities to network with other local tech geeks.
If you want to attend any or all of these, please click on the links above to go to the registration pages for each event. Hope to see you there!
If you can’t make it, the first two presentations will likely be recorded and archived somewhere; I’ll post a link when I know it. Some portions of the live presentation might also be recorded; I’m not sure.
I’ll be there on the 30th.
The VS Magazine link description of your talk starts off with “Static analysis shouldn’t be about finding pounds of coding style or standard issues.”
I’m having trouble parsing “finding pounds of coding style or standard issues” to figure out what the author probably meant. It looks like machine translation of a foreign language.
English is not my mother tongue, but I would parse it as ‘static analysis is much more than finding code style and trivial issues’
It does seem like a curious change from “finding *tons* of problems”.
Will the webcast talks be available for viewing/download after the event somewhere? They sound interesting but am not sure the timings will work for me.
I’m unable to attend the webcasts at that time. Where can they be downloaded or viewed on-line?