EclipseCon 2007 March 5-8, Santa Clara California





Where do Eclipse bugs come from? The top 10 defects in the Eclipse project.

Jongnic Bontemps (Fortify Software)

· Short Talk

Wednesday, 14:40, 10 minutes | Room 210

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version? Is there a way to identify and correct issues during development? In this talk we will examine the most common bugs found in the Eclipse Project and I will share the tools and techniques I used to discover them. When applied these techniques help developers produce better code during development, and will save you a bug or two during the QA cycle.

Jongnic Bontemps has overseen software development at market leaders and managed a wide variety of technologies, including web services, rich Internet applications such as Laszlo, Java, XML and RDBMS technologies in his ten year career. He is responsible for product management for Fortify Source Code Analysis, managing a market-leading software security application. Prior to joining Fortify, he managed the development and implementation of CTB/McGraw-Hill's online assessment system and was the architect and implementer of Bluefly's enterprise e-commerce system. He has also held senior positions at Fresh Direct, Skymall.com, and Music Boulevard Network/N2K. Jongnic earned a B.A. from Yale University.

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