Explore the evolving role of SQL stored procedures in modern application development. Learn about their pros, cons, and how tools like CodeLogic are transforming the way we manage them
The challenge for organizations that either already outsource some or all of their software development, or are contemplating doing so, is ensuring that the software developed by these firms meets not only their own quality standards but industry benchmarks as well.
We recently released a new product capability to capture stored procedures in Oracle and PostgreSQL databases and Java and .NET calls of those stored procedures.
CodeLogic Principal Software Dev Engineers Jason Schatz and Rob Vrooman are delivering a full session at the upcoming GraphConnect conference in Austin, Texas.
We recently released a new plugin for Microsoft’s Visual Studio, enabling developers to view enhanced dependency data directly inside the IDE. The new plugin provides dependency data visibility within and across projects so developers can better understand their application connections and dependencies when making code changes.
When it comes to software intelligence and dependency mapping, how does it compare and work with APM tools? How exactly do application performance monitoring tools and dependency maps differ? And can they be used together?
While deprecated code is common in development cycles, how does it impact software engineers? And how can dependency mapping alleviate the complications inherent with deprecated code?
CodeLogic, Inc. today announced the appointment of Brian Pierce as Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. Pierce brings over 30 years of software infrastructure and enterprise application expertise.