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Modernize your Development by Moving Build and Code Quality Upstream

Modernize your Development by Moving Build and Code Quality Upstream

Date / Time
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
11 am PT / 2 pm ET
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1 hour

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Moderated by Jon Erickson, Editor-in-Chief of Dr. Dobb's, this interactive panel discussion brings industry experts Anders Wallgren, CTO of Electric Cloud and Gwyn Fisher, CTO of Klocwork together for a candid discussion of the cost savings, productivity and quality benefits that can be achieved by stabilizing builds and code quality as early in the development cycle as possible.

The reality of today's development environment - geographically distributed teams, the use of Agile development practices, increasing application complexity, etc. - is straining the viability of the traditional coding, build and release process. To stay ahead of the curve, development teams are modernizing their approach to dealing with these issues, and as a result are achieving new levels of development productivity. Register for the webcast.


  • Anders Wallgren — Chief Technical Officer, Electric Cloud
  • Gwyn Fisher — Chief Technology Officer, Klocwork
  • Jonathan Erickson — Moderator

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