Month: March 2011

Exploiting Lightning Talks For Fun (But Not Profit)

One of the cool things about working at youDevise is the weekly lightning talks, which give you the opportunity to peddle your own open-source projects to a group of attentive, intelligent and (healthily) cynical developers. In my case I was able to introduce my static analysis tool for Java, called […]

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Developing custom FindBugs detectors – a test-driven approach.

There are precious few examples ([1] and [2], below, being good ones) on the interwebs showing how to develop custom detectors for FindBugs, a handy feature of the static analysis tool I’ve blogged about previously. There are even fewer (zero?) examples showing how to create automated tests for your new […]

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