Embedded Development Explained | How Can Static Analysis Help?

What is embedded development? What sets it apart from other types of software development? What difficulties do developers of embedded software encounter when just starting out? In this video, we tried to briefly answer these and other questions. Don’t hesitate to give us your feedback!

Have fun watching this video and coding 🙂

Virtual function calls in constructors and destructors (C++)

In different programming languages, the behavior of virtual functions differs when it comes to constructors and destructors. Incorrect use of virtual functions is a classic mistake. Developers often use virtual functions incorrectly. In this article, we discuss this classic mistake.

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XSS: attack, defense – and C# programming

XSS – or cross-site scripting – is one of the most common vulnerabilities in web applications. It has been on the OWASP Top 10 list (the list of the most critical security risks to web applications) for a while now. So let’s figure out together how your browser can acquire and execute a script from a third-party website, and what this may lead to (spoiler: your cookies could get stolen, for example). And while we’re at it, we’ll talk about ways you can protect yourself from XSS.

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Creating Roslyn API-based static analyzer for C#

After you read this article, you’ll have the knowledge to create your own static analyzer for C#. With the help of the analyzer, you can find potential errors and vulnerabilities in the source code of your own and other projects. Are you intrigued? Well, let’s get started.

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Technical support: what it’s for and how to avoid burnout?

Not everyone enjoys working in support. Many people who work there experience burnout. So maybe companies shouldn’t have any support at all? How do they benefit from it? Is there a way to prevent burnout while working in support? Let’s try to find the answers.

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XSS: attack, defense – and C# programming

XSS – or cross-site scripting – is one of the most common vulnerabilities in web applications. It has been on the OWASP Top 10 list (the list of the most critical security risks to web applications) for a while now. So let’s figure out together how your browser can acquire and execute a script from a third-party website, and what this may lead to (spoiler: your cookies could get stolen, for example). And while we’re at it, we’ll talk about ways you can protect yourself from XSS.

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