Site becomes a full information resource for program developers

Andrey Karpov
Articles: 565

During the period from 2006 to 2008 inclusive 37 articles in Russian and nearly the same number in English have been published on the site for program developers. These articles are about urgent questions of software development rather than only about program products and technologies by OOO "Program Verification Systems". Of course, these topics intersect with our commercial and non-commercial developments but many developers of various spheres have got acquainted with our articles during these years.

The articles are devoted to the following topics:

  • 10 articles on static analysis;
  • 9 articles on parallel programming;
  • 18 articles on 64-bit programming;

Our authors' productivity increases year by year:

  • 3 articles were published in 2006;
  • 10 articles were published in 2007;
  • 24 articles were published in 2008.

All this allows us to announce that site becomes not simply a site devoted to products by OOO "Program Verification Systems". Now it is a full information resource for developers who are interested in the most modern aspects of software development (64-bit and parallel technologies), and also for program quality engineers.

We added RSS-subscriptionto make it convenient to follow the news about appearing articles on our site. After subscribing to new articles posting, you will be immediately informed about new materials appearing on site.

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Andrey Karpov
Articles: 565

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