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Posts: articles
How PVS-Studio Checked ELKI in January
Irina Polynkina
If you feel like the New Year just came, and you missed the first half of January, then all this time you've been busy looking for tricky bugs in the code you maintain. It also means that our article is what you need. PVS-Studio has checked the ELKI open source project to show you errors that may occur in the code, how cunningly they can hide there, and how you can deal with them.
Jan 22 2021
Top-10 Bugs in Java Projects in 2020
Maxim Stefanov
The New Year is steadily approaching, therefore it's time to sum everything up. Continuing the tradition, we thought back to our articles about checking Java projects from the open-source world for this year and rated the top 10 most exciting bugs.
Dec 28 2020
Big / Bug Data: Analyzing the Apache Flink Source Code
Valery Komarov
Applications used in the field of Big Data process huge amounts of information, and this often happens in real time. Naturally, such applications must be highly reliable so that no error in the code can interfere with data processing. To achieve high reliability, one needs to keep a wary eye on the code quality of projects developed for this area. The PVS-Studio static analyzer is one of the solutions to this problem. Today, the Apache Flink project developed by the Apache Software Foundation, one of the leaders in the Big Data software market, was chosen as a test subject for the analyzer.
Dec 15 2020
Unicorns on Guard for Your Safety: Exploring the Bouncy Castle Code
Irina Polynkina
Would you like to see a new batch of errors found by the PVS-Studio static analyzer for Java? Then keep reading the article! This time the Bouncy Castle project is to be checked. The most interesting code snippets, as usual, are waiting for you below.
Nov 13 2020
Checking WildFly, a JavaEE Application Server
Dmitry Scherbakov
WildFly (formerly known as JBoss Application Server) is an open-source JavaEE application server developed and first released by JBoss in February, 2008. The primary goal of the project is to provide a set of tools usually required for enterprise Java applications. And since the server is used for developing enterprise applications, it is especially important to minimize the number of bugs and potential vulnerabilities in its code. Today, WildFly is being developed by the large company Red Hat, and they keep the code quality at a pretty high level. That said, our analyzer was still able to find a number of programming mistakes in the project.
Oct 02 2020
Checking the Code of XMage, and Why You Won't Be Able to Get the Special Rare Cards of the Dragon's Maze Collection
Maxim Stefanov
XMage is a client-server application for playing Magic: The Gathering (MTG). XMage's development was started in early 2010. Since then, it has seen 182 releases, attracted an army of contributors, and it's still being actively developed even now. All that makes it a good reason for us to contribute to its development too! So, today the PVS-Studio unicorn is going to check the code base of XMage and maybe even get into a fight with some entities.
Aug 28 2020
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