Building Secure Applications

Tom Stiehm presented this presentation at the 2011 Better Software East Conference. Tom addresses how to build security into your applications using Agile best practices. Tom discusses practical implementation methods, including real-world examples, necessary architecture and tooling, and specific coding practices your application development teams need to implement to be successful. Better Software East

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Coveros Launches Software Security Research Lab

Lab will focus on cloud security, detection of malicious code, and the security of mobile applications Fairfax, Va., June 24, 2011 — Coveros, Inc., a company that helps organizations accelerate the delivery of secure and reliable software, today announced the formation of Coveros Labs (research.coveros.com) – a research laboratory focused on developing innovative technologies to […]

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Coveros Accelerates into 2011

Record Revenue and Profits in 2010 Fuel Growth Fairfax, Va., February 4, 2011 — Coveros, the market leader in the delivery of secure, reliable software, announced today that it achieved record levels of both revenue and profit during 2010. The company’s success is driven by significant new business growth in the commercial and federal markets, […]

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Coveros Named Loudoun County 2010 Small Technology Business of the Year

Company Recognized by Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce at Annual Awards Banquet Fairfax, Va., November 21, 2010 — Coveros, Inc., a company that helps organizations accelerate the delivery of secure and reliable software, today announced its selection as the Small Technology Business of the Year by the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce. The Loudoun County […]

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Root Causes of Agile Project Failure

Presented at the Agile Development Practices Conference in 2010, Jeff Payne reviews the principal reasons that agile projects sometimes fail. Jeff also provides the warning signs and some key things you can do to prevent this from happening. Agile Development Practices

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Duplicate Code Detection with PMD CPD

I’ve previously written about PMD, a static code analysis tool that examines Java source files and can detect potential problems. Another significant piece of PMD is called CPD, the copy/paste detector. CPD can look through Java, JSP, C, C++, Fortran, or PHP source code files and find sections of code that are repeated. By using CPD […]

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