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Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) Demo: Coverity GUI
 
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David Svoboda, CERT® Software Security Engineer demonstrates the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe): Coverity GUI. We do research and development to create tools to support creation of secure code right from the start, and analytical tools to detect code vulnerabilities. We also work with the software development and security communities to research and develop secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages and for smartphone platforms (Android, iOS, Win8). http://www.sei.cmu.edu/legal/index.cfm
Lexical Analysis (Concept && Code)
 
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This video aims at explaining the basics of a Lexical analyzer. The Lexical analysis has been performed on an inputted mathematical expression instead of an entire C-code. The Source code is provided here: http://agasherushikesh.wordpress.com/2014/09/06/lexical-analysis-in-c/
Views: 65107 Rushikesh Agashe
IntelliJ IDEA Static Analysis: Custom Rules with Structural Search and Replace
 
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This screencast demonstrates IDEA's static code analysis features and how to write your own rule using Structural Search and Replace.
Views: 2701 JetBrainsTV
Introduction to SAST with AppScan Source - OpenMic 9 Sept 2014
 
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This video explains Static Analysis Security Testing (SAST) with AppScan Source. You can find a copy of this presentation at: http://bit.ly/IBMSRCopenmic1SAST.
Views: 3462 IBM Security Support
Static analysis for java use Netbeans IDE
 
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Attach plugin Selenium tool in NetBeans. Selenium support to static analysis
Views: 364 Dinh Dieu Le
Byte Code vs Source Code Analysis in C#
 
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Hear from Eric Lippert, senior architect at Coverity, about the differences between byte code and source code analysis in C#.
Views: 3797 Coverity, Inc.
Java Tutorials: Episode 21 - Java Sound API - Clips
 
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Twenty-first episode of my Java Tutorial Series! Today we test the waters of the Java Sound API, getting into Clips and what they're all about. In the end we get the program to play a nice little ditty for us. I hope you enjoyed this video, and please subscribe, like, and favorite if you appreciated the lesson. And as always, leave a comment and tell me how you feel.
Views: 48479 baralaborn
Dynamic Code Analysis for JavaScript - Ariya Hidayat
 
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Presented at jQuery Conference San Diego February 12-13, 2014 http://events.jquery.org/2014/san-diego/ February 12, 2014 at 11:00AM PST in the Code for Thought Track Description These days, publishing a project without a comprehensive test suite is frowned upon. However, the tests themselves do not always tell the full story. We need to level up and provide a more confident level of dynamic code testing. In this talk, two types of such analysis will be covered: code coverage and run-time complexity profiling. Code coverage is instrumental in deciding the quality of the existing sets of unit tests. An important aspect of coverage testing, branch coverage, plays an important role in discovering possible latent bugs due to untested code flow. In addition to code coverage, complexity profiling permits selective instrumentation of a particular code block for the purpose of performance analysis. More than just measuring elapsed time, run-time profiling also needs to reveal the algorithmic complexity which can be tracked via this empirical approach. Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/ariya/dynamic-code-analysis-for-javascript
Views: 1794 jquery
Connecting R to Java using Rserver
 
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Short tutorial for using R in Java applications. Source code, used in this tutorial you can find here: http://darthwotersprog.blogspot.com/2014/09/connecting-r-to-java-using-rserver.html
Views: 6303 Roman Kyslyi
l diversity k anonymity for privacy preserving data ( Java)
 
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This work is an adaptation of the paper: http://ijarcsee.org/index.php/IJARCSEE/article/view/219/197 The objective is to change the view of a table containing sensitive information such that the table does not loose any significant information and yet can provide a generalized form. This is extremely important from survey point of view and to present such data by ensuring privacy preservation of the people such that under no way a particular person's identity can be obtained from partial information.
Views: 5579 rupam rupam
Java VisualVM - Introduction
 
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Java VisualVM Tutorial Optimized version with noise removal: https://youtu.be/j-StAqFPWpM
JAVA PROJECT CODE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
 
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Java projects in Information forensics and security, Java projects in Internet computing, Java projects in Multimedia, Java projects in Nueral networks, java projects, Java projects in Learning systems, Java projects in Parallel and distributed systems, www.javaprojects.ws, Java projects in Pattern analysis, IEEE java projects, Java projects in Machine intelligence, Java projects in Pattern recognition, Java projects in Security, Java projects in Cybernetics
Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) Demo: Audit Freed Memory
 
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David Svoboda, CERT® Software Security Engineer demonstrates the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe): Audit Freed Memory. We do research and development to create tools to support creation of secure code right from the start, and analytical tools to detect code vulnerabilities. We also work with the software development and security communities to research and develop secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages and for smartphone platforms (Android, iOS, Win8). http://www.sei.cmu.edu/legal/index.cfm
Living in the Matrix with Bytecode Manipulation
 
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Recorded at SpringOne2GX 2014. Speaker: Ashley Puls, New Relic Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/SpringCentral/bytecode-spring2gx2014 With Spring and Hibernate on your stack, your application's bytecode is likely enhanced or manipulated at runtime. This session examines three common byte code manipulation frameworks: ASM, CGLib, and Javassist (Java Programming Assistant). We will discuss how these tools work and why frameworks like Spring use them. You will learn enough to begin integrating these frameworks directly into your own code.
Views: 5996 SpringDeveloper
What is Static Analysis? by Matt Might
 
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Static analyzers allow programmers to bound and predict the behavior of software without ever running it. Once used exclusively for program optimization, they are rapidly rising in prominence for areas like software security and automatic parallelization. We'll take a tour of the landscape of static analysis through the lens of abstract interpretation. With modern abstract interpretation, it is possible to systematically transform a (purely functional) interpreter for a language into a (purely functional) static analyzer for that language. About Matt Might Dr. Might is an Associate Professor in the School of Computing at the University of Utah, where he leads the U Combinator software systems research lab. He has received research funding from the Department of Defense (DARPA), the National Science Foundation and the National Nuclear Security Administration to investigate automated security analysis, advanced performance optimization, next-generation programming languages and safety verification for medical robotics. His research extensively involves functional programming. He has received a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation, and in 2014, he was appointed one of five Presidential Scholars at the University of Utah. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Georgia Tech in 2007. He regularly blogs at blog.might.net and tweets from @mattmight.
Views: 17401 Lambda Lounge Utah
Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) Demo: Running Fortify
 
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David Svoboda, CERT® Software Security Engineer demonstrates the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe): Running Fortify. We do research and development to create tools to support creation of secure code right from the start, and analytical tools to detect code vulnerabilities. We also work with the software development and security communities to research and develop secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages and for smartphone platforms (Android, iOS, Win8). http://www.sei.cmu.edu/legal/index.cfm
Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) Demo: Compile
 
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David Svoboda, CERT® Software Security Engineer demonstrates the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe): Compile. We do research and development to create tools to support creation of secure code right from the start, and analytical tools to detect code vulnerabilities. We also work with the software development and security communities to research and develop secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages and for smartphone platforms (Android, iOS, Win8). http://www.sei.cmu.edu/legal/index.cfm
BEST JAVA PROJECT CODE IN VIENNA
 
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Java projects in Information forensics and security, Java projects in Internet computing, Java projects in Multimedia, Java projects in Nueral networks, java projects, Java projects in Learning systems, Java projects in Parallel and distributed systems, www.javaprojects.ws, Java projects in Pattern analysis, IEEE java projects, Java projects in Machine intelligence, Java projects in Pattern recognition, Java projects in Security, Java projects in Cybernetics
Javascript Code Analysis with Esprima
 
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Java is a computer programming language that is concurrent, class-based, object-oriented, and specifically designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible. It is intended to let application developers "write once, run anywhere" (WORA), meaning that code that runs on one platform does not need to be recompiled to run on another. Java applications are typically compiled to bytecode (class file) that can run on any Java virtual machine (JVM) regardless of computer architecture. Java is, as of 2014, one of the most popular programming languages in use, particularly for client-server web applications, with a reported 9 million developers.[10][11] Java was originally developed by James Gosling at Sun Microsystems (which has since merged into Oracle Corporation) and released in 1995 as a core component of Sun Microsystems' Java platform. The language derives much of its syntax from C and C++, but it has fewer low-level facilities than either of them. The original and reference implementation Java compilers, virtual machines, and class libraries were developed by Sun from 1991 and first released in 1995. As of May 2007, in compliance with the specifications of the Java Community Process, Sun relicensed most of its Java technologies under the GNU General Public License. Others have also developed alternative implementations of these Sun technologies, such as the GNU Compiler for Java (bytecode compiler), GNU Classpath (standard libraries), and IcedTea-Web (browser plugin for applets).
Views: 212 Javas
Silicon Valley S01E07 - Code gay
 
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"Code gay" definition according to Silicon Valley S01E07.
Views: 505360 5hort5ubject
Java: BubbleSort algorithm
 
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Animated demo tutorial on BubbleSort sorting algorithm, with example implementation code in Java, and performance analysis. ► Sorting Code on GitHub: www.github.com/joeyajames/Java ► Java Insertion Sort: https://youtu.be/lCDZ0IprFw4 ► Java Selection Sort: https://youtu.be/cqh8nQwuKNE ► Java Bubble Sort: https://youtu.be/F13_wsHDIG4 ► Java Merge Sort: https://youtu.be/iMT7gTPpaqw ► Java Quick Sort: https://youtu.be/Fiot5yuwPAg ► Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4Xt-DUAapAtkfaWWkv4OAw?view_as=subscriber?sub_confirmation=1 ► Thank me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/joeyajames
Views: 112157 Joe James
How to capture video from WebCam using Java with OpenCV ?  "with code"
 
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you must see this video first How to install OpenCV and use it with Java and configure it with NetBeans ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BrR6MFhyNEA Download Code file link: https://www.mediafire.com/?od9bv9b49cf4ror ---- Website: http://www.emaraic.com Facebook Page:http://www.facebook.com/emaraic.page
Views: 73846 Taha Emara
thread state in java thread dump analysis
 
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thread dump analysis with different state of the threads NEW,RUNNABLE,WAITING,TIMED_WAITING,BLOCKED Difference between BLOCKED state and WAITING / TIMED_WAITING states Difference between WAITING and TIMED_WAITING states blocked thread vs deadlock
Views: 4111 Zariga Tongy
Java Eclipse Tutorial - Part 6.1: Refactoring Code (Extract Constants and Variables)
 
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Download Java Source Code: http://www.luv2code.com/?p=887 Take the FULL course: http://goo.gl/042JWo SUBSCRIBE to this channel: http://goo.gl/EV6Kwv Website: http://www.luv2code.com --- Website: http://www.luv2code.com YouTube: http://goo.gl/EV6Kwv Twitter: http://goo.gl/ALMzLG Facebook: http://goo.gl/8pDRdA View more videos on my “Eclipse Playlist”: http://goo.gl/R3p3m8 --- In this video tutorial, you will learn how to use Eclipse to refactor Java code. I'll discuss the following topics: - What is Refactoring? - Extract constants and variables --- Video Transcript Time – 00:00 Hi. This is Chad (shod) with Luv2Code.com. Welcome back to another tutorial on Eclipse. In this video, you will learn how to use Eclipse to refactor Java source code. Time – 00:12 In this video, I’ll cover the following topics. We’ll first cover what is refactoring? Then, we’ll learn how to extract constants and variables. Okay, so let’s get started. Time 00:13 What is refactoring? Martin Fowler authored a classic book on refactoring. In the book, he defines refactoring as “a disciplined technique for restructuring an existing body of code, altering its internal structure without changing its external behavior,” so some of the benefits of refactoring results in code that is modular and also code that is easier to read and maintain. Time – 00:48 We will learn how to use refactoring with a sample program. I have a program that would generate a random list of students. The program will also display the list of students. I’ll run the program just so you can see the output. Here, it displays three students. I’ll run the program one more time and we should see a different set of students. Time – 01:08 Let’s walk through the code to see how it works. At the beginning, we define a list of first names and last names. The code will randomly pick a name later on in the program. We have our main method. We start off by creating an empty list for the students. Then, we initialize a random generator, and then we have a for loop that will walk through and create a random number of students, so we have a for loop going from I to 3. We use code to create a random first name. Also, we get a random last name. Then we get a random age and with this information, we can create a new student object, and then we add this student object to our actual list. Then, the loop continues processing. Once the loop is complete, then we’ll go through and we’ll walk through the loop again, and then we will go and print out the information for each one of the students. Time – 02:02 The first refactoring we will use is extract constant. This will take a hard coded value and extract it as a constant. I’ll do this with the number 3. I’ll highlight the value. I will right click, select refactor, extract constant. I’ll give the name for the constant. I’ll call it Max Students. I will hit okay, and notice how Eclipse replaces the value 3 with Max Students, and if we look at the top, scrolling up, we will see that Eclipse defined a new constant for us in our file, Max Students equals 3. This makes our code a little bit more maintainable and also easier to read. Time – 02:41 The next refactoring technique we’re going to take a look at is extract local variables. Let’s look at the piece of code for getting a random name. This code uses the first name’s array and then it uses a random index based on the first name’s array length, so there’s a lot of code going on here and it’s somewhat hard to follow, so what I’d like to do is do it piece by piece. Time – 03:06 I’d like to first get the random index and then use that to index into the actual array, so I can highlight this section here of random dot next and I can right click and say refactor, extract local variable. Then, I’ll call it first name index, so what this will do is it will actually give us a new variable based on that first name array length, and then I can use this first name index to actually index into the array and get a random first name. This makes the code a little bit more easier to read. Time – 03:40 I will also repeat the same process for our last name, so again, I’ll highlight the section of code that I want to extract as a local variable. I’ll right click. I’ll choose refactor, extract local variable, and I’ll give the name of last name index, and I’ll hit okay. Again, it’ll create that local variable and then will use it to index into the actual array. Time – 04:06 This wraps up our video on refactoring. You learned how to use Eclipse to perform various refactoring techniques, to make your code modular and easier to read and maintain. Please subscribe to our channel to view more videos on Eclipse and Java. Also, visit our website Luv2Code.com to download the Java source code used in this video.
Views: 11261 luv2code
Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) Demo: Audit Null Pointer Dereference
 
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David Svoboda, CERT® Software Security Engineer demonstrates the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe): Audit Null Pointer Dereference. We do research and development to create tools to support creation of secure code right from the start, and analytical tools to detect code vulnerabilities. We also work with the software development and security communities to research and develop secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages and for smartphone platforms (Android, iOS, Win8). http://www.sei.cmu.edu/legal/index.cfm
Character frequency in a String using Java
 
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Finding out how many times each individual character appears in a string using Java language. Note:"I meant to say 'j' at 7:58 ."
Views: 50027 Torrent Of Coders
Time Complexity, Space Complexity, and Big O
 
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This video briefly explains time complexity and space complexity using basic counting methods and Big O notation.
Views: 95766 EducationAboutStuff
Java Eclipse Tutorial - Part 6.2: Refactoring Code (Extract Methods, Rename Methods and Variables)
 
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Download Java Source Code: http://www.luv2code.com/?p=887 Take the FULL course: http://goo.gl/042JWo SUBSCRIBE to this channel: http://goo.gl/EV6Kwv Website: http://www.luv2code.com --- Website: http://www.luv2code.com YouTube: http://goo.gl/EV6Kwv Twitter: http://goo.gl/ALMzLG Facebook: http://goo.gl/8pDRdA View more videos on my “Eclipse Playlist”: http://goo.gl/R3p3m8 --- In this video tutorial, you will learn how to use Eclipse to refactor Java code. I'll discuss the following topics: - Extract Methods - Rename methods and variables Please subscribe to this channel :-) Video Transcript Time – 00:00 Hi, this is Chad (shod) with luv2code.com. Welcome back to another tutorial on Eclipse. In this video, you will learn how to use Eclipse to refactor Java source code. Time – 00:12 In this video, we’ll cover the following topics: we’ll learn about extracting methods and we’ll also learn about renaming variables and methods. Let’s get started. Time – 00:21 All right, let’s move forward to our next refactoring technique, and that’s on extracting method. One thing that we can notice here is that in this for loop, a bulk of the code in here is for actually getting the random information and creating the student. Then, finally, on line 43 is where we actually add the student into the actual list. Time – 00:46 What I’d like to do is take this code and move it into a separate method, just to make the code more modular and also make it easier to read. I can highlight this section of code, I can right-click, and I can say Refactor, Extract Method. Now I can give the actual name of the method that I want to use. Time – 01:10 Here I’ll call the method Create Random Student. Notice how the method will automatically pass in that random number generator that we need. I’ll hit Okay. Now it’ll create a new method for me. Time – 01:23 Notice here that it has this method called Create Random Student. I can navigate or open this declaration and see the actual coding for this. Now there’s a separate method or new method, Create Random Student. It does all the low-level work that we had before: getting the random first name, last name, age, and creating the student object. Time – 01:44 Notice here that it actually returns a student that it’s created. In our actual looping code in our main method, we have our for loop. Now for the student, we simply call Create Random Student. Then, from there, we simply add that student to the list. Now our code is easier to read and maintain. Time – 02:02 We can also apply the same refactoring for the loop for displaying the students. I’ll move down to this section of code, I’ll highlight it, right-click, select Refactor, Extract Method, and I’ll give the method name of Display Students. Time – 02:20 Again, notice how it passes in the appropriate parameters that we need. In this case, they’re going to pass in the list of students that we need to display. I’ll hit Okay. Time – 02:28 Now we’ll simply have this method called Display Students. This method is defined in the same class, and we’ll see it here on the next set of lines. It simply has that for loop from before, and it’ll print out the student. Again, we’ve applied refactoring to actually extract a given method. Time – 02:45 The next refactoring technique we’re going to use is rename for variables and methods. So you can easily rename a variable or method, an Eclipse will update all the references for you. Time – 02:55 In this example, I’m actually going to rename a method. What I’ll do here is I’ll choose a method such as display students and, say, for example, I don’t like that method name anymore. I can select a method, right-click. I can go to Refactor and I can choose Rename. I can give it the new name. Time – 03:12 Here I just type the name in directly in the editor. I’ll say Show and hit enter. The method now has a new name and also all calls to that method here also makes use of the new name. There’s no need for you to manually go through and search and replace on your code. That’s a way of refactoring or renaming methods. Time – 03:35 You can also rename variables. In this example, for the student list, say, for example, I want to give it a new name. I want to rename it to something else. Notice how Eclipse will highlight all references for this list in the method. Time – 03:48 For this variable, I’ll choose student list. I’ll go to Refactor, Rename, and I’ll just call it Data, and hit Enter. Notice here Eclipse updates all references to this variable data Data accordingly. Again, Eclipse really helps you out with renaming or restructuring or refactoring your code. Time – 04:11 This wraps up our video on refactoring. You learned how to use Eclipse to perform various refactoring techniques to make your code modular and easier to read and maintain.
Views: 9633 luv2code
JAVA PROJECT CODE IN MALAYSIA
 
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Java projects in Information forensics and security, Java projects in Internet computing, Java projects in Multimedia, Java projects in Nueral networks, java projects, Java projects in Learning systems, Java projects in Parallel and distributed systems, www.javaprojects.ws, Java projects in Pattern analysis, IEEE java projects, Java projects in Machine intelligence, Java projects in Pattern recognition, Java projects in Security, Java projects in Cybernetics
Views: 9 Callum Arthur
Java Algorithm - Insertion Sort
 
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My main site - http://www.mcprogramming.org My CS site - http://www.essentialcscourses.com My Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/mcprogramming My Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/McProgramming/220026358164435 Java Algorithm - Insertion Sort - In this sorting algorithm tutorial, I code the insertions sort using Java. I then explain the basic idea behind the algorithm. The time complexity is O(n^2) on average. The insertion sort algorithm is good for small sets of elements but not so good for larger sets.
Views: 42262 McProgramming
HOW TO DECOMPILE JAVA CODE DEMO
 
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Java code tracing example 1
 
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An example of how to trace a simple Java program for my intro to Java students.
Views: 9331 David Dobervich
Checkmarx - Source Code Analysis Made Easy - Short
 
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Checkmarx makes the process of securing software easy. Load your code, click scan and get results. See exactly where the vulnerabilities in your code exist and easily fix them to make sure your software is hacker proof.
Views: 112372 Checkmarx
vJUG panel: Review of 2164 Survey Responses on Java Tools and Technology
 
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We look at the recent explosive publication of RebelLabs' "Java Tools and Technologies Landscape for 2014", a beautifully-designed, 56-page snapshot of what over 2000 Java developers from around the world are using in their daily development. The report looks at 14 different technology segments—from IDEs, App Servers and Web Frameworks to VCS, Code analysis tools and Java versions. To make it a little more fun, vJUG is continuing the charity efforts started by RebelLabs (each survey completed donated to a children's charity) and are committed to donating $1 to Devoxx4Kids for each attendee that watches the live session. And, in celebration of the recent launch of XRebel, we've asked the team at ZeroTurnaround to match the Virtual JUG donation to Devoxx4Kids dollar for dollar. The goal is $750 for 2 Lego Mindstorm sets. The report is in HTML format here (http://zeroturnaround.com/rebellabs/java-tools-and-technologies-landscape-for-2014/). Or if you prefer, in PDF format here (http://pages.zeroturnaround.com/Java-Tools-Technologies.html?utm_source=vJUG). vJUG Panel - Arun Gupta, Josh Long, Marcus Lagergren, Alex Snaps, David Blevins & Oliver White (Moderator)
Views: 573 v JUG
JavaAssist - Ruwen Schwedewsky
 
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Ruwen Schwedewsky will be presenting a quick talk on using JavaAssist to manipulate Java class byte-code. Ruwen will be demonstrating the use of processing annotations with JavaAssist in order to add behaviour at compile-time. Ruwen has been using Java since 2005. He is visiting from Germany where he worked for one of Germany's biggest health insurance firms where wrote his thesis on static code analysis.
Views: 493 MelbJVM
Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) Demo Web UI Heading
 
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David Svoboda, CERT® Software Security Engineer demonstrates the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe): Web UI Heading. We do research and development to create tools to support creation of secure code right from the start, and analytical tools to detect code vulnerabilities. We also work with the software development and security communities to research and develop secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages and for smartphone platforms (Android, iOS, Win8). http://www.sei.cmu.edu/legal/index.cfm
Java Algorithm - Selection Sort
 
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My main site - http://www.mcprogramming.org My CS site - http://www.essentialcscourses.com My Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/mcprogramming My Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/McProgramming/220026358164435 Java Algorithm - Selection Sort - In this sorting algorithm video, I show and explain how to code up a selection sort in java. The basic principle of how it works can be used in any language.
Views: 38451 McProgramming
Selenium Tutorial for Beginner | Selenium WebDriver tutorial | Selenium tutorial Java
 
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With this selenium automation tutorial, learn selenium webdriver which is one of software testing frameworks , what is webdriver , selenium java download , how to install selenium webdriver , webdriver library and selenium commands. Click Cc button to see subtitles in English. In Selenium 3, you should put code as below: WebDriver driver; System.setProperty("webdriver.gecko.driver", "Path to WebDriver"); //as we set the path for IE driver driver =new FirefoxDriver(); Also view Selenium IDE tutorial at http://youtu.be/IhJgrLjljpc and Selenium Interview Questions and Answers at https://youtu.be/49BnC2awJ1U Test Automation tutorials set : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLc3SzDYhhiGXVcy8EcrTSfwsC-v8EUZvg Programming concepts : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLc3SzDYhhiGVqrvE28rlJR75asbujHoUL Python : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLc3SzDYhhiGUZMFNSnn2YEzQ51-691VTA VBScript : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLc3SzDYhhiGXH8hEHtayRPdwAsddelkh6 For java selenium training: http://inderpsingh.blogspot.com/2013/10/SeleniumTraining.html Twitter: https://twitter.com/inder_p_singh
BEST JAVA PROJECT CODE IN SHEFFIELD
 
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Views: 19 Cse Phd
Java Stack and Heap - Java Memory Management
 
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https://www.guru99.com/java-stack-heap.html the following video demonstrates how memory is allocated in stack java & heap java. This is complete guide to Java memory management The JVM divided the memory into following sections. Heap, Stack, Code, Static. What is Stack Memory? Stack in java is a section of memory which contains methods, instance variables, and reference variables. What is Heap Memory? Heap is a section of memory which contains Objects and may also contain reference variables. Like, share and subscribe our channel for more videos. Watch more videos on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC19i1XD6k88KqHlET8atqFQ READ this as a book on Amazon by viewing at http://amzn.to/2han5hw Visit our website for more! www.guru99.com Read our blogs in https://www.guru99.com/blog/ FACEBOOK! Would you prefer to watch more about us? Like our page for more https://www.facebook.com/guru99com/ TWITTER! Tweet for us on Twitter with #guru99 and follow us on https://twitter.com/guru99com LinkedIn! Follow us here https://www.linkedin.com/company/guru99/ THANKS! We appreciate you reading this and hope you have a wonderful day! Sincerely, Guru99
Views: 110546 Guru99
Static Analysis Abstract and Concrete Interpretation
 
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http://www.techgig.com/expert-speak/Static-Analysis-Abstract-and-Concrete-Interpretation-527 Key Discussion Points Why Static Analysis Importance of Static Program Analysis How to Detect hidden bugs Usage of open source tools Bug pattern matching, Data flow analysis, Model checking, interpretation, Program querying Idea behind abstract interpretation and different technologies for static analysis introducing few tools such as Findbugs, CheckStyle, StyleCop that will help in detecting bugs before you set the context
Views: 1364 TechGig
Error analysis | GUI Test Tool for Java and Web - QF-Test 4.0
 
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QF-Test lets you easily create automated GUI tests for Java Swing, JavaFX, Eclipse / SWT / RCP and Web / AJAX applications. Playlist: https://www.qfs.de/en/yt/40.html Homepage: https://www.qfs.de/en/yt/40/ Download the full version for a free evaluation at https://www.qfs.de/en/yt/40/dl/ and visit https://www.qfs.de/en/yt/40/ev/ to apply for an evaluation license. Content of the video: In the test automation, errors are bound to occur, namely when the application under test behaves differently than expected. What if an error occurs in the test execution? Then the automatically recorded QF-Test run-log is helpful (0:26). The run-log can be opened at any time from the menu. It has a structure analogous to the test suite and shows detailed information about the test run. In case of an error information is recorded for diagnostic purposes: in a text check, for example, the text received at the time of playback. For further analysis screenshots (1:30) of the desktop as well as images of the system under test windows are recorded. This information may be provided to the responsible engineers, so a bug can be tracked down and proven. All concepts shown are basically the same for Java Swing, Java FX, SWT, Eclipse Plugins, RCP, ULC, Java applets, Java Web Start or web applications (QF-Test supports completely frameworks like Angular, React and Vue.js. Also extensions for dedicated UI toolkits are integrated in QF-Test, like Smart (GWT), ExtGWT, ExtJS, ICEfaces, jQuery UI, jQueryEasyUI, Kendo UI, PrimeFaces, Qooxdoo, RAP, RichFaces, Vaadin and ZK.) Further (e.g. SAP UI5, Siebel Open UI, Salesforce) and future web toolkits can be integrated with little effort. Near-term individual adjustments (CustomWebResolver) are possible via an optimized interface.
Views: 3181 QualityFirstSoftware
Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe) Demo: Create Spreadsheets
 
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David Svoboda, CERT® Software Security Engineer demonstrates the Source Code Analysis Laboratory (SCALe): Create Spreadsheets. We do research and development to create tools to support creation of secure code right from the start, and analytical tools to detect code vulnerabilities. We also work with the software development and security communities to research and develop secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages and for smartphone platforms (Android, iOS, Win8). http://www.sei.cmu.edu/legal/index.cfm
Java - Garbage Collection
 
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My main site - http://www.mcprogramming.org My CS site - http://www.essentialcscourses.com My Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/mcprogramming My Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/McProgramming/220026358164435 Java - Garbage Collection - In this Java tutorial, I talk about how automatic garbage collection works in Java. When an object no long has a reference to it, Java will get rid of object so the memory space can hold something else.
Views: 16029 McProgramming
Binary Heap Max Heap using Array Representation
 
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Views: 14508 Ripon Datta
New in NetBeans IDE 8.0.1: FindBugs 3.0 for Java 8
 
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FindBugs 3.0 supports Java 8 and is integrated into NetBeans IDE 8.0.1, together with a set of helpful tools for seamlessly analyzing your Java code.
Views: 6666 NetBeansVideos
Coverity Platform Overview
 
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This video provides a high-level overview of the Coverity Development Testing Platform, which enables you to streamline and automate your software development process, helping developers to become more productive, and management to govern and enforce development testing across the organization.
Views: 21921 Coverity, Inc.