Testing

Hands-on Modern Java Code Audit Tools (Presented by OnPositive)

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Sponsored Workshop

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This tutorial provides exercises that illustrate how to reduce the number of bugs in Java code, debug complex issues faster, and use the full potential of modern code-audit tools to improve overall quality of software.

Each exercise project contains non-trivial bugs, potential memory leaks, or performance issues to demonstrate to attendees how to take advantage of the Java Health Check tool as well as other modern tools to develop, debug, and test their code within Eclipse.

Exercises include:
- Finding memory usage and security problems
- Tracking down performance bottlenecks

Extreme Makeover Eclipse Edition

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Standard [25 minutes]

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Eclipse arrives "out of the box" with everything a developer needs to edit, compile, and test their next killer app. But in today’s highly competitive and complex software development environment, there is much more that needs to be added to the development process in a professional software shop. For example, how can you ensure your code is clean and correct, and that bugs are thoroughly squashed? How can you create a build process that is dependable and reproducible? How do you distribute properly built and versioned components to your colleagues?

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