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  • 3 Crucial Areas That Will Reshape the Automotive Industry in the 2020s

    Sponsored by: DMI Inc

    This decade has seen innovative and groundbreaking technological advances for the automotive industry. So, what will the next decade bring?More rigorous coding standards and regulations, to start. Click inside DMI’s white paper for insights into automotive industry trends in the 2020s—and how to best prepare.

  • How to Comply With the ISO 26262 Standard

    Sponsored by: Perforce

    For the automotive industry, it can be nearly impossible to properly test code. That’s why coding standards are so imperative to enforce the safety, reliability, and security of vehicles. Perforce examines how a static code analyzer can help organizations stay compliant with ISO 26262 requirements. Read more now.

  • 2019 State of Automotive Software Development Survey Results

    Sponsored by: Perforce

    As the automotive industry transitions from hardware to software, development teams are still taking time to adjust. Perforce surveyed over 400 professionals about the biggest successes and top concerns in the automotive software industry. Check out the rest of the findings here.

  • Moving to Modern C++: Ensuring Safety and Security with AUTOSAR Coding Guidelines

    Sponsored by: Perforce

    This paper delves into the AUTOSAR C++14 coding guidelines and examines how AUTOSAR differs from established coding standards. Access it here to learn if your team should adopt the AUTOSAR guidelines and how to transition from your existing coding standard.

  • 3 Business Challenges You Can Solve Using No/Low Code App Dev

    Sponsored by: ServiceNow

    Download this resource to learn how a no/low code development platform can help your developers quickly, build, test, and deploy applications without writing a line of code – saving time and money.

  • Securing Code with Advanced SAST

    Sponsored by: WhiteHat Security

    Download this white paper to learn how a static application security testing (SAST) tool, can help your teams ensure that app code is secure – from development to pre-production – through effective scanning and remediation of vulnerabilities.

  • Next-Gen Application Security

    Sponsored by: HackerOne

    How do you get started with bug bounties and where do they fit in a DevOps workflow? Download this paper to find out.

  • Develop Mobile Apps Without Writing Code

    Sponsored by: K2

    Tune into this demo to learn how a fully reusable mobile application development platform uses automated workflows, feature-rich forms, integration and analytics to help get mobile apps up to speed quickly.

  • 6 Signs You Need a Low-Code Application Development Platform

    Sponsored by: DELL Boomi

    This e-book breaks down 6 signs your organization may need, and can benefit from, low-code application development. After reading, you'll be able to confidently answer the question of "Does my organization need a low-code app development platform?"

  • Critical Components of Continuous Testing

    Sponsored by: TechTarget

    Getting testing done quickly and efficiently is now the most significant obstacle most organizations face when trying to get software out the door quickly. There are actually 4 key components to have in place when using continuous testing. Open this guide to learn all 4.

  • Your Guide to Low-Code PaaS App Development

    Sponsored by: ServiceNow

    Learn about a low-code PaaS app development offering designed for building apps quickly for ITSM, security operations, customer service, and beyond.

  • Cross-Site Scripting Attacks: Identify and Defend against Malicious Code

    Sponsored by: WhiteHat Security

    Learn about a proactive security and code testing platform that enables you to monitor large amounts of code across 5 common programming languages so that you can identify and resolve incidents of malicious code across web and mobile apps faster.

  • Code-it Cody

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    The first two chapters from Code-it Cody by The Clever Tykes Books. When the Computer Club competition is announced, Cody and his friends must put their coding skills into action. Cody begins a quest to research current computer games before creating the prototype of his very own.

  • Coding for Kids

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Get started with coding with this extract from Coding for Kids, which includes a 30% discount code for Computer Weekly readers.

  • Memory corruption attacks

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This article in our Royal Holloway Security Series argues that the lack of diversity in software and operating systems has left a large number of computers vulnerable to memory program attacks.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to testing and code quality

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Find out why agile software development is outstripping traditional testing practices, how to keep code in good shape during agile development and how to optimise the performance and security of web-based business applications in this 12 page guide.

  • Inspiring disruption: Tech Trends 2014

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This in depth study from Deloitte assesses the top 10 business technology trends in 2014 ranging from the role of the CIO to the impact pf wearable technology.

  • How We Build Risk Into Applications

    Sponsored by: Veracode, Inc.

    There are a number of ways you could be building risks into your applications from design to production. Download this infographic to find out how to avoid building risks into your apps in 3 steps.

  • Composable Infrastructure Overview

    Sponsored by: VeriStor

    Composable infrastructure, or disaggregation, undoes traditional resource grouping, enabling you to mix and match resources as needed to meet specific workload demands. Access this e-guide to learn how composable infrastructure, its limitations, and the type of impact it will have on your organization.

  • Putting the Ops in DevOps

    Sponsored by: Cherwell

    Production IT takes up just as much namespace as the development side of DevOps, but is often left out of the actual movement. This e-guide covers what it takes for your organization to incorporate your production IT team into your DevOps operations and discover why it has been ignored for so long.

  • Avoid Human Error with AWS CodeDeploy

    Sponsored by: Splunk

    Want to avoid human error in code deployment? This e-guide covers how you can effectively use AWS CodeDeploy to automate code deployment to your servers and committing avoid manual errors.

  • The Right Tools Smooth the DevOps Transition

    Sponsored by: Splunk

    Before your DevOps team jumps on board with AWS, you need a full array of tools from either AWS or third parties. This e-guide covers how to avoid errors in releasing code in AWS, how to select the right combination of AWS and third party tools for your business needs, and more.

  • Infographic: The Total Economic Impact of WANdisco SVN MultiSite

    Sponsored by: WANdisco

    A recent Forrester Research Total Economic Impact (TEI) Report revealed that SVN MultiSite delivered a return on investment (ROI) of 357% with a payback period of less than two months. View this infographic to get an easy-to-read breakdown of the key findings of Forrester's report.

  • Open Source BPM Hits The Mark For Delivering New Class Of Process Apps

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    In this report from Forrester Research, Inc., explore the various challenges that modern application developers face and learn why savvy dev teams are considering open source BPM as an alternative to hand-coding and as a viable way to overcome these issues.

  • Case study: How One Company Increased App Development Velocity by 40%

    Sponsored by: ZeroTurnaround

    Access this brief case study to learn about the strategy that allowed the application developers at NetworkedAssets to cut down on downtime from redeploys and increase their team velocity by 40%. Discover how to instantly view and test your code changes without the need for any delays.

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