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IntelliJ IDEA Static Analysis: Custom Rules with Structural Search and Replace
 
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This screencast demonstrates IDEA's static code analysis features and how to write your own rule using Structural Search and Replace.
Views: 2761 JetBrainsTV
What is Static Analysis? by Matt Might
 
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Static analyzers allow programmers to bound and predict the behavior of software without ever running it. Once used exclusively for program optimization, they are rapidly rising in prominence for areas like software security and automatic parallelization. We'll take a tour of the landscape of static analysis through the lens of abstract interpretation. With modern abstract interpretation, it is possible to systematically transform a (purely functional) interpreter for a language into a (purely functional) static analyzer for that language. About Matt Might Dr. Might is an Associate Professor in the School of Computing at the University of Utah, where he leads the U Combinator software systems research lab. He has received research funding from the Department of Defense (DARPA), the National Science Foundation and the National Nuclear Security Administration to investigate automated security analysis, advanced performance optimization, next-generation programming languages and safety verification for medical robotics. His research extensively involves functional programming. He has received a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation, and in 2014, he was appointed one of five Presidential Scholars at the University of Utah. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Georgia Tech in 2007. He regularly blogs at blog.might.net and tweets from @mattmight.
Views: 17741 Lambda Lounge Utah
Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) Demo: Coverity GUI
 
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David Svoboda, CERT® Software Security Engineer demonstrates the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe): Coverity GUI. We do research and development to create tools to support creation of secure code right from the start, and analytical tools to detect code vulnerabilities. We also work with the software development and security communities to research and develop secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages and for smartphone platforms (Android, iOS, Win8). http://www.sei.cmu.edu/legal/index.cfm
Static Analysis -- More than finding bugs
 
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Abstract Static analysis is a technique for finding bugs without running the code. This presentation will examine the technical problems of analyzing millions of lines of code, the philosophical problems of answering the question "what is a bug anyway?" and the psychological problems of explaining bugs to a skeptical audience. Bio Bob Archer has worked at Coverity for the past year. Previously he has worked on image processing, computer games, virtual reality and 3D simulation. He has a particular interest in the problem of writing high quality code in the commercial world.
Dead Code and Code Coverage
 
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Code Coverage statistics are important ...for the QA department. However: with a code coverage visualization you can easily identify forgotten "dead code".See you at http://airhacks.com
Views: 3594 Adam Bien
Static analysis for java use Netbeans IDE
 
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Attach plugin Selenium tool in NetBeans. Selenium support to static analysis
Views: 366 Dinh Dieu Le
Analyzing Auto-generated Code in QA·C++3.2
 
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Using the code replacement feature to suppress messages only within machine generated code from a Rhapsody project.
Views: 323 PRQA
Dynamic Code Analysis for JavaScript - Ariya Hidayat
 
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Presented at jQuery Conference San Diego February 12-13, 2014 http://events.jquery.org/2014/san-diego/ February 12, 2014 at 11:00AM PST in the Code for Thought Track Description These days, publishing a project without a comprehensive test suite is frowned upon. However, the tests themselves do not always tell the full story. We need to level up and provide a more confident level of dynamic code testing. In this talk, two types of such analysis will be covered: code coverage and run-time complexity profiling. Code coverage is instrumental in deciding the quality of the existing sets of unit tests. An important aspect of coverage testing, branch coverage, plays an important role in discovering possible latent bugs due to untested code flow. In addition to code coverage, complexity profiling permits selective instrumentation of a particular code block for the purpose of performance analysis. More than just measuring elapsed time, run-time profiling also needs to reveal the algorithmic complexity which can be tracked via this empirical approach. Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/ariya/dynamic-code-analysis-for-javascript
Views: 1818 jquery
Alan Donovan - Static Analysis Tools for Go Code Comprehension and Refactoring
 
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Alan Donovan gives a guided tour of several static analysis tools designed to help Go programmers understand, navigate and refactor their code. Join us for the next DigitalOcean Meetup: http://www.meetup.com/DigitalOcean_Community/
Views: 894 DigitalOcean
Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) Demo: Running Fortify
 
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David Svoboda, CERT® Software Security Engineer demonstrates the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe): Running Fortify. We do research and development to create tools to support creation of secure code right from the start, and analytical tools to detect code vulnerabilities. We also work with the software development and security communities to research and develop secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages and for smartphone platforms (Android, iOS, Win8). http://www.sei.cmu.edu/legal/index.cfm
Java VisualVM - Introduction
 
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Java VisualVM Tutorial Optimized version with noise removal: https://youtu.be/j-StAqFPWpM
Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) Demo: Web UI Code
 
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David Svoboda, CERT® Software Security Engineer demonstrates the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe): Web UI Code. We do research and development to create tools to support creation of secure code right from the start, and analytical tools to detect code vulnerabilities. We also work with the software development and security communities to research and develop secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages and for smartphone platforms (Android, iOS, Win8). http://www.sei.cmu.edu/legal/index.cfm
Scaling Automated Code Review
 
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Cigital's Dr. Gary McGraw and Aetna's Jim Routh explain how using a lightweight IDE-based tool like Cigital SecureAssist can help organizations better scale code review in their software security initiatives. By finding and fixing the most common bugs early, organizations can address the majority of software defects while reducing security costs. Try SecureAssist, a lightweight static analysis tool free for 30 days by visiting https://go.cigital.com/secureassist-free-trial
Views: 1675 Cigital
Introduction to SAST with AppScan Source - OpenMic 9 Sept 2014
 
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This video explains Static Analysis Security Testing (SAST) with AppScan Source. You can find a copy of this presentation at: http://bit.ly/IBMSRCopenmic1SAST.
Views: 3673 IBM Security Support
How to capture video from WebCam using Java with OpenCV ?  "with code"
 
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you must see this video first How to install OpenCV and use it with Java and configure it with NetBeans ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BrR6MFhyNEA Download Code file link: https://www.mediafire.com/?od9bv9b49cf4ror ---- Website: http://www.emaraic.com Facebook Page:http://www.facebook.com/emaraic.page
Views: 75078 Taha Emara
Compatibility and API Evolution in Java - Jens Dietrich
 
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Real-world programs are neither monolithic nor static – they are constructed using platform and third party libraries, and both programs and libraries continuously evolve in response to change pressure. In case of the Java language, the rules defined in the Java Language and JVM Specs define when library evolution is safe. These rules distinguish between three types of compatibility - binary, source and behavioural. In the first part of this talk I will present some puzzlers (in the style of Joshua Bloch’s famous book) showing the inconsistencies between the different types of compatibilities. In the second part, I will talk about some of the research we did in order to figure out what problems this causes in practise: (1) a developer survey showing that the rules of binary compatibility are not well understood by developers, (2) a repository study showing that this causes real problems in projects, and (3) a study on a set of 100+ popular Java programs that shows that incompatible API evolution is common. At the end, I will talk a little bit about tools and methods that can be used to mitigate some of these problems. Bio: Jens has a MSc and a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Leipzig and has worked with object-oriented technologies (mainly Smalltalk and Java) since 1996. He helped to design and implement some of the first large-scale OO enterprise applications for clients like Mercedes Benz and several large banks in Germany, Switzerland, the UK, the US and Namibia. Jens is now Associate Professor in Software Engineering at Massey University New Zealand. He is interested in design analysis and refactoring (see for instance xplrarc.massey.ac.nz), contracts for dynamic component models (such as OSGi) and testing. Jens is currently visiting Australia to work with Oracle Labs in Brisbane on new algorithms to be used for the static analysis of the Java platform.
Views: 520 MelbJVM
Static Analysis Abstract and Concrete Interpretation
 
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http://www.techgig.com/expert-speak/Static-Analysis-Abstract-and-Concrete-Interpretation-527 Key Discussion Points Why Static Analysis Importance of Static Program Analysis How to Detect hidden bugs Usage of open source tools Bug pattern matching, Data flow analysis, Model checking, interpretation, Program querying Idea behind abstract interpretation and different technologies for static analysis introducing few tools such as Findbugs, CheckStyle, StyleCop that will help in detecting bugs before you set the context
Views: 1386 TechGig
JavaAssist - Ruwen Schwedewsky
 
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Ruwen Schwedewsky will be presenting a quick talk on using JavaAssist to manipulate Java class byte-code. Ruwen will be demonstrating the use of processing annotations with JavaAssist in order to add behaviour at compile-time. Ruwen has been using Java since 2005. He is visiting from Germany where he worked for one of Germany's biggest health insurance firms where wrote his thesis on static code analysis.
Views: 498 MelbJVM
Static Analysis for Dynamic Assessments - OWASP AppSecUSA 2014
 
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Recorded at AppSecUSA 2014 in Denver http://2014.appsecusa.org/ Thursday, September 18 • 1:00pm - 1:45pm Static Analysis for Dynamic Assessments Today’s dynamic and static web vulnerability scanners are capable of analyzing complex web applications for security weaknesses. They automate testing of many common vulnerabilities. However, there is a gap between Static and Dynamic scanners. They find different vulnerabilities. So why aren’t dynamic testers running static tools? Typically, they don’t have source code. In this session, Greg will explore ways dynamic testers can utilize static tools without source code. Greg will discuss a process for collecting and scanning client-side files. Furthermore, Greg will demonstrate a custom developed tool that automates this process from the Burp Suite. The objective of running static analysis during a dynamic assessment is to reduce potential false-negatives by increasing the breadth of the assessment. Speaker Greg Patton Senior Security Consultant, HP Fortify Greg Patton is a Sr. Security Consultant with HP Fortify on Demand based in Houston, TX. With nearly ten years of security experience, Greg specializes in application security with a focus on dynamic web and iOS mobile assessments. Greg started his career in software development, and he discovered a natural talent and interest in breaking applications. - Managed by the official OWASP Media Project https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Media_Project
Views: 1834 OWASP
Java code tracing example 1
 
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An example of how to trace a simple Java program for my intro to Java students.
Views: 9499 David Dobervich
Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) Demo: Compile
 
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David Svoboda, CERT® Software Security Engineer demonstrates the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe): Compile. We do research and development to create tools to support creation of secure code right from the start, and analytical tools to detect code vulnerabilities. We also work with the software development and security communities to research and develop secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages and for smartphone platforms (Android, iOS, Win8). http://www.sei.cmu.edu/legal/index.cfm
CodeRush Classic - Code Analysis & Code Style
 
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http://habrahabr.ru/company/devexpress/blog/211805/
Views: 424 Dennis Garavsky
Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) Demo: Coverity
 
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David Svoboda, CERT® Software Security Engineer demonstrates the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe): Coverity. We do research and development to create tools to support creation of secure code right from the start, and analytical tools to detect code vulnerabilities. We also work with the software development and security communities to research and develop secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages and for smartphone platforms (Android, iOS, Win8). http://www.sei.cmu.edu/legal/index.cfm
Refactoring static method to non-static
 
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Refactor static method to non-static method using Resharper. 1. make new PersonRepository class. 2. change signature for static method to have PersonRepository as the first parameter. 3. use Resharper command to make static method non-static.
Views: 266 Eric Rohlfs
Reverse Engineering
 
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Generate Package, Class, Sequence and other UML type representations from your underlying java code base or any legacy java projects Provides a Static Code analysis without the need for a runtime or an execution environment Provides Visual representation of with Code Statistics, Code Quality metrics, Dependency analysis that helps Architects & Developers get better insight into the code.• Helps teams in knowledge transfers, review existing implementation and provide insights for possible improve
Byte Code vs Source Code Analysis in C#
 
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Hear from Eric Lippert, senior architect at Coverity, about the differences between byte code and source code analysis in C#.
Views: 3819 Coverity, Inc.
Stack and Heap memory in java basic knowledge
 
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the things which we ignore the most often become the most important . Here's a basic understanding on heap and stack memory in java.
Views: 85841 Prashun Das
Pragmatic Functional Refactoring with Java 8
 
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You may be hearing a lot of buzz around functional programming. For example, Java 8 recently introduced new features (lambda expressions and method references) and APIs (Streams, Optional and CompletableFutures) inspired from functional ideas such as first-class functions, composition and immutability. However, what does this mean for my existing codebase? In this talk we show how you can refactor your traditional object-oriented Java to using FP features and APIs from Java 8 in a beneficial manner. We will discuss: - How to adapt to requirement changes using first-class functions  - How you can enhance code reusability using currying  - How you can make your code more robust by favouring immutability over mutability  - How you can design better APIs and reduce unintended null pointer exceptions using an optional data type Speakers: Richard Warburton & Raoul-Gabriel Urma Richard is an empirical technologist and solver of deep-dive technical problems. Recently he has written a book on Java 8 Lambdas for O’Reilly. He’s worked as a developer in many areas including Statistical Analytics, Static Analysis, Compilers and Network Protocols. He is a leader in the London Java Community and runs Openjdk Hackdays. Richard is also a known conference speaker, having talked at JavaOne, Devoxx, JFokus, Devoxx UK, Geecon, JAX London and Codemotion. He has obtained a PhD in Computer Science from The University of Warwick. Raoul-Gabriel Urma is a PhD candidate in Computer Science at the University of Cambridge. He is co-author of the book Java 8 in Action: lambdas, streams, and functional-style programming published by Manning. In addition, Raoul has written over 10 peer-reviewed articles, delivered over 20 technical talks at international conferences and is a professional Java trainer. He has worked for large companies such as Google, eBay, Oracle, and Goldman Sachs, as well as for several startup projects. Raoul is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Views: 4521 v JUG
Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) Demo: Create Spreadsheets
 
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David Svoboda, CERT® Software Security Engineer demonstrates the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe): Create Spreadsheets. We do research and development to create tools to support creation of secure code right from the start, and analytical tools to detect code vulnerabilities. We also work with the software development and security communities to research and develop secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages and for smartphone platforms (Android, iOS, Win8). http://www.sei.cmu.edu/legal/index.cfm
SF PHP - Static code analysis for PHP
 
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PHP is not the best language to catch errors in code, like mistyped names of variables. This is what static code analysis tools (named linters or lints) can do: find bugs in code before it ever get executed. Linters don't replace unit tests, but generally they are faster and cheaper to set up. I'll talk about my XRef lint project (http://xref-lint.net/) as well as other helpful alternatives: phplint (http://www.icosaedro.it/phplint/), arcanist (http://phabricator.org/) and scrutinizer (https://scrutinizer-ci.com/). Speaker Bio: Igor Gariev is a software engineer with 10+ years experience in Perl, C++ and Java. About 2 years ago he joined Zynga to make games, started to code in PHP and asked a question: Is it possible to make PHP less error-prone without changing the language itself? Sponsors: Mashery: Start building better applications now, with your choice of more than 50+ RESTful APIs accessible from a single Mashery ID: http://developer.mashery.com/apis. You can navigate RESTful APIs including ESPN, Klout, Rdio, Rotten Tomatoes, TomTom, Hotwire, and USA TODAY using our API Explorer: http://developer.mashery.com/iodocs, plus get started fast using our collection of mobile sample apps from our Mashery Github page: http://mashery.github.com. O'Reilly Media: spreads the knowledge of innovators through its books, online services, magazines, research, and conferences. Since 1978, O'Reilly has been a chronicler and catalyst of leading-edge development, homing in on the technology trends that really matter and galvanizing their adoption by amplifying "faint signals" from the alpha geeks who are creating the future. An active participant in the technology community, the company has a long history of advocacy, meme-making, and evangelism. http://oreilly.com/ AppDynamics is the next generation application performance management solution that simplifies the management of complex, business-critical apps. No one can stand slow applications—not IT Ops and Dev teams, not the CIO, and definitely not end users. With AppDynamics, no one has to tolerate slow performing apps ever again. AppDynamics customers include DIRECTV, AMICA Insurance, Hotels.com, StubHub, Staples, Insight Technologies, and Cornell University. For more information, visit www.appdynamics.com.
Views: 1323 SF PHP Meetup
Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) Demo: Audit Freed Memory
 
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David Svoboda, CERT® Software Security Engineer demonstrates the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe): Audit Freed Memory. We do research and development to create tools to support creation of secure code right from the start, and analytical tools to detect code vulnerabilities. We also work with the software development and security communities to research and develop secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages and for smartphone platforms (Android, iOS, Win8). http://www.sei.cmu.edu/legal/index.cfm
Coverity Platform Overview
 
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This video provides a high-level overview of the Coverity Development Testing Platform, which enables you to streamline and automate your software development process, helping developers to become more productive, and management to govern and enforce development testing across the organization.
Views: 22331 Coverity, Inc.
JSpwn - Static Code Analysis and Vulnerability Scanner
 
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Scanjs + JSPrime Modified by Duarte Monteiro. github: https://github.com/Etraud123/JSpwn
Views: 420 DuarteOnTheLine
Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) Demo: Audit Buffer Overflow
 
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David Svoboda, CERT® Software Security Engineer demonstrates the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe): Audit Buffer Overflow. We do research and development to create tools to support creation of secure code right from the start, and analytical tools to detect code vulnerabilities. We also work with the software development and security communities to research and develop secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages and for smartphone platforms (Android, iOS, Win8). http://www.sei.cmu.edu/legal/index.cfm
Java Eclipse Tutorial - Part 6.1: Refactoring Code (Extract Constants and Variables)
 
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Download Java Source Code: http://www.luv2code.com/?p=887 Take the FULL course: http://goo.gl/042JWo SUBSCRIBE to this channel: http://goo.gl/EV6Kwv Website: http://www.luv2code.com --- Website: http://www.luv2code.com YouTube: http://goo.gl/EV6Kwv Twitter: http://goo.gl/ALMzLG Facebook: http://goo.gl/8pDRdA View more videos on my “Eclipse Playlist”: http://goo.gl/R3p3m8 --- In this video tutorial, you will learn how to use Eclipse to refactor Java code. I'll discuss the following topics: - What is Refactoring? - Extract constants and variables --- Video Transcript Time – 00:00 Hi. This is Chad (shod) with Luv2Code.com. Welcome back to another tutorial on Eclipse. In this video, you will learn how to use Eclipse to refactor Java source code. Time – 00:12 In this video, I’ll cover the following topics. We’ll first cover what is refactoring? Then, we’ll learn how to extract constants and variables. Okay, so let’s get started. Time 00:13 What is refactoring? Martin Fowler authored a classic book on refactoring. In the book, he defines refactoring as “a disciplined technique for restructuring an existing body of code, altering its internal structure without changing its external behavior,” so some of the benefits of refactoring results in code that is modular and also code that is easier to read and maintain. Time – 00:48 We will learn how to use refactoring with a sample program. I have a program that would generate a random list of students. The program will also display the list of students. I’ll run the program just so you can see the output. Here, it displays three students. I’ll run the program one more time and we should see a different set of students. Time – 01:08 Let’s walk through the code to see how it works. At the beginning, we define a list of first names and last names. The code will randomly pick a name later on in the program. We have our main method. We start off by creating an empty list for the students. Then, we initialize a random generator, and then we have a for loop that will walk through and create a random number of students, so we have a for loop going from I to 3. We use code to create a random first name. Also, we get a random last name. Then we get a random age and with this information, we can create a new student object, and then we add this student object to our actual list. Then, the loop continues processing. Once the loop is complete, then we’ll go through and we’ll walk through the loop again, and then we will go and print out the information for each one of the students. Time – 02:02 The first refactoring we will use is extract constant. This will take a hard coded value and extract it as a constant. I’ll do this with the number 3. I’ll highlight the value. I will right click, select refactor, extract constant. I’ll give the name for the constant. I’ll call it Max Students. I will hit okay, and notice how Eclipse replaces the value 3 with Max Students, and if we look at the top, scrolling up, we will see that Eclipse defined a new constant for us in our file, Max Students equals 3. This makes our code a little bit more maintainable and also easier to read. Time – 02:41 The next refactoring technique we’re going to take a look at is extract local variables. Let’s look at the piece of code for getting a random name. This code uses the first name’s array and then it uses a random index based on the first name’s array length, so there’s a lot of code going on here and it’s somewhat hard to follow, so what I’d like to do is do it piece by piece. Time – 03:06 I’d like to first get the random index and then use that to index into the actual array, so I can highlight this section here of random dot next and I can right click and say refactor, extract local variable. Then, I’ll call it first name index, so what this will do is it will actually give us a new variable based on that first name array length, and then I can use this first name index to actually index into the array and get a random first name. This makes the code a little bit more easier to read. Time – 03:40 I will also repeat the same process for our last name, so again, I’ll highlight the section of code that I want to extract as a local variable. I’ll right click. I’ll choose refactor, extract local variable, and I’ll give the name of last name index, and I’ll hit okay. Again, it’ll create that local variable and then will use it to index into the actual array. Time – 04:06 This wraps up our video on refactoring. You learned how to use Eclipse to perform various refactoring techniques, to make your code modular and easier to read and maintain. Please subscribe to our channel to view more videos on Eclipse and Java. Also, visit our website Luv2Code.com to download the Java source code used in this video.
Views: 11482 luv2code
[LMAPL] Episode 2: The Tokenizer
 
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In this episode, we write the tokenizer, which takes code and splits it into pieces. Code: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0pj6qu7nmihzooj/LMAPL%20-%20Episode%202.zip?dl=0
Inheritance & Polymorphism - Java Programming Tutorial
 
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https://www.guru99.com/java-inheritance-polymorphism.html this tutorial does a comparative analysis between structured (procedural) programming and Object Oriented Programming (OOPs). It also explains the basic principles of Inheritance and Polymorphism with example. What is Polymorphism? Polymorphism is a OOPs concept where one name can have many forms. What is Inheritance? Inheritance is a mechanism in which one class acquires the property of another class. Like, share and subscribe our channel for more videos. Watch more videos on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC19i1XD6k88KqHlET8atqFQ READ this as a book on Amazon by viewing at http://amzn.to/2han5hw Visit our website for more! www.guru99.com Read our blogs in https://www.guru99.com/blog/ FACEBOOK! Would you prefer to watch more about us? Like our page for more https://www.facebook.com/guru99com/ TWITTER! Tweet for us on Twitter with #guru99 and follow us on https://twitter.com/guru99com LinkedIn! Follow us here https://www.linkedin.com/company/guru99/ THANKS! We appreciate you reading this and hope you have a wonderful day! Sincerely, Guru99
Views: 109503 Guru99
Code Analyzer - 01. Overview
 
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This is an Open Source GitHub project I started as a tool to help me analyze and refine ActionScript code for my current project, Speakaboos. It's an Adobe Air project that compiles to different platforms - AIR Desktop, IOS, Android and as a Web App. It uses Flash Builder and Eclipse, and a couple of plugins - eGit and Grep Console.
Views: 88 Steve Warren
Java Stack and Heap - Java Memory Management
 
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https://www.guru99.com/java-stack-heap.html the following video demonstrates how memory is allocated in stack java & heap java. This is complete guide to Java memory management The JVM divided the memory into following sections. Heap, Stack, Code, Static. What is Stack Memory? Stack in java is a section of memory which contains methods, instance variables, and reference variables. What is Heap Memory? Heap is a section of memory which contains Objects and may also contain reference variables. Like, share and subscribe our channel for more videos. Watch more videos on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC19i1XD6k88KqHlET8atqFQ READ this as a book on Amazon by viewing at http://amzn.to/2han5hw Visit our website for more! www.guru99.com Read our blogs in https://www.guru99.com/blog/ FACEBOOK! Would you prefer to watch more about us? Like our page for more https://www.facebook.com/guru99com/ TWITTER! Tweet for us on Twitter with #guru99 and follow us on https://twitter.com/guru99com LinkedIn! Follow us here https://www.linkedin.com/company/guru99/ THANKS! We appreciate you reading this and hope you have a wonderful day! Sincerely, Guru99
Views: 114036 Guru99
Code Review For Security - Anthony Ferrara
 
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Imagine the day where you get an email from your CEO: "Our site has been hacked! Millions of user records have been leaked! And we're being sued!"... Unfortunately, that situation appears to be quite common place in the modern world. In the past year alone LinkedIn, Sony, Zappos, Twitter, Apple, Yahoo and LastFM (and a lot more) have compromised, leaking over 100 million user records. How has this become common place? Developers traditionally haven't focused on security (that's someone else's problem, right?)... Wrong! Security is everyone's job! Come and learn more about how to identify and fix security issues! In this workshop, we'll cover the most dangerous and prevalent security vulnerabilities in PHP applications today. We'll look at how those vulnerabilities work under the hood, and how to prevent them. Then, we'll spend time reviewing actual code with actual vulnerabilities. Once we've identified a potential vulnerability, you will actually execute an attack against it! By the end of the workshop, you should be able to identify insecure code and fix it! Who is the target audience of this workshop? * Any developer who has preformed code-review before * Any developer who wants to understand security better How experienced do I need to be? * If you understand how to read code, you have enough experience to attend this workshop! Tutorial requirements: * A laptop A cursory understanding of the OWASP Top 10 will be very helpful
Finding and Fixing Defects in C#
 
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Hear from Eric Lippert, senior architect at Coverity, about the history of C# and how it's grown in complexity - which could potentially lull developers into a false sense of security since C# was designed to be a safe language. Learn about the three most common types of defects within C# code and how development teams can incorporate static analysis into their workflow to reduce the risk of these types of serious defects.
Views: 5294 Coverity, Inc.
Java Pass By Value Stack Heap Memory Explanation
 
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Explanation on Java Heap Memory, Stack Memory and how variables and references are created and how java is pass by value. http://www.journaldev.com/3884/java-is-pass-by-value-and-not-pass-by-reference http://www.journaldev.com/4098/java-heap-memory-vs-stack-memory-difference
Views: 72722 Pankaj Kumar
SecureAssist Finds Bugs and Shows You How to Fix Them
 
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Cigital SecureAssist is an IDE plugin that reviews code for security vulnerabilities while developers are coding. When SecureAssist finds a security defect, it highlights the code and delivers just-in-time remediation guidance to developers. This guidance makes sure that developers are not only following the company's security policies, but also leveraging Cigital's industry-leading expertise and security frameworks.
Views: 2138 Cigital
CodePro
 
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CppDroid overview - C/C++ IDE & compiler for Android
 
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CppDroid is free C/C++ IDE & compiler for Android focused on learning programming. Features: * code complete * real-time diagnostics (warnings and errors) and fixes * file and tutorial navigator (variables, methods, etc) * static analysis * smart syntax highlighting * portrait/landscape UI * auto indentation and auto pairing (configurable) * configurable code syntax highlighting (themes) * compile C/C++ code (no root required) * works offline (built-in compiler, no internet connection required) * great code examples included * detailed tutorial and learn guide included *add-ons manager and auto updates * Dropbox support Blog: http://www.cppdroid.info Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=name.antonsmirnov.android.cppdroid Amazon appstore: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00JG3B83A Check out CppCode - C/C++ IDE & Compiler on iOS: http://cppcode.info
Views: 261501 Anton Smirnov
Java Garbage Collection: Introduction
 
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BrainLeg IntelliJ Plugin - Automatic Structural Java Exception Search and Analysis
 
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This video shows how BrainLeg IntelliJ automatically detects an exception in your java application and makes a search for similar exceptions on the internet (stackoverflow.com, forums, nabble etc) Music credit: Chris Zabriskie
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