Proud to be one of Veracode’s first co-op employees, Zack is a student concentrating in management and marketing at Northeastern University. With this opportunity, he looks forward to the prospect of further developing the skills he has gained as a student and in other positions, positively contributing to Veracode’s marketing and sales efforts, and learning from and working with the Veracode marketing team!
Chris Wysopal recently authored an article detailing static analysis that was featured in The Testing Planet. “What is Static Analysis?” provides a comprehensive and in depth yet understandable explanation of the ins and outs of static analysis. Using graphics and examples of code, Chris begins with the loading phase and travels through the Application Modeler, Application Analyzer, and the… READ MORE
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