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Continuous Integration Authors: Elizabeth White, Flint Brenton, Pat Romanski, Liz McMillan, Stackify Blog

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White Paper: "Ensuring Code Quality in Multi-Threaded Applications"

How to Eliminate Concurrency Defects with Static Analysis

Today, the world of software development is presented with a new challenge. To fully leverage this new class of multi-core hardware, software developers must change the way they create applications. By turning their focus to multi-threaded applications, developers will be able to take full advantage of multi-core devices and deliver software that meets the demands of the world. But this paradigm of multi-threaded software development adds a new wrinkle of complexity for those who care the utmost about software quality.

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Concurrency defects such as race conditions and deadlocks are software defect types that are unique to multi-threaded applications. Complex and hard-to-find, these defects can quickly derail a software project. To avoid catastrophic failures in multi-threaded applications, software development organizations must understand how to identify and eliminate these deadly problems early in the application development lifecycle.

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