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Under the hood of SAST: how code analysis tools look for security flaws
Sergey Vasiliev
Here we'll discuss how SAST solutions find security flaws. I'll tell you about different and complementary approaches to detecting potential vulnerabilities, explain why each of them is necessary, and how to turn theory into practice.
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Wave Function Collapse for procedural generation in Unity
Andrey Moskalev
Wave Function Collapse is an algorithm that can generate anything by arranging it according to rules or samples. In this article, we are going to look at how to use WFC to generate a map in Unity.
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Jan 20 2023
C++ — programming language of the year 2022. What about other languages?
Sergey Vasiliev
Overtaking Python, C++ became the TIOBE's language of 2022. It outscored Rust, C#, Go and others by a large margin. Don't you find this weird? Well, let's figure this out.
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Jan 19 2023
PVS-Studio in 2022
Polina Alekseeva
It's January 2023, which means it's time to look back at our achievements in 2022. In this article, we'll tell you what we accomplished and show you what features appeared in PVS-Studio in 2022. Let's go :).
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Jan 17 2023
Falsehoods programmers believe about undefined behavior
Guest
Undefined behavior (UB) is a tricky concept in programming languages and compilers. I've heard many misconceptions about what the compiler guarantees in the presence of UB. This is unfortunate but not surprising!
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Jan 10 2023
PVS-Studio now analyzes Blazor components
Aleksey Avdeev
Hello everyone. This is a small article about how PVS-Studio analyzes Blazor components. We'll try to anticipate your questions and answer them here. Enjoy!
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Jan 05 2023
How to create a .NET library: a complete guide
Guest
Looking to build a .NET library, but unsure where to begin? Already developing something similar, but want to discover something new? Looking for ways to extend automation? Not sure what to do with users? I'll try to answer the above and other frequently asked...
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Dec 29 2022
Top 10 bugs found in C++ projects in 2022
Vladislav Stolyarov
New Year is coming! It means, according to tradition, it's time to recall 10 of the most interesting warnings that PVS-Studio found during 2022.
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Dec 28 2022
Top 10 bugs found in C# projects in 2022
Nikita Lipilin
In 2022, the PVS-Studio developers wrote lots of articles where they described bugs found in open-source projects. Now it's time to choose the most interesting ones.
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Dec 21 2022
PVS-Studio and protobuf-net: best warnings are one click away
Artem Rovenskii
Let's delve into best practice of getting acquainted with PVS-Studio. We'll show you a quick start of working with the analyzer using protobuf-net as an example.
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