Looking for Great Ideas
There are a lot of unanswered questions about source code, and
we want to work with you to figure them out. We realize that currently
accepted algorithms for analyzing, comparing, and measuring source
code leave a lot to be desired in many cases. Also, there are a
lot of techniques that have never been studied on large bodies of
modern code. For example, measurement techniques developed in the
1970s were probably tested on assembly languages and older programming
languages like BASIC, FORTRAN, and COBOL. Do they still hold on
modern object oriented languages like Java and C#??
If you have a research idea relating to code analysis, and you
can use the SAFE tools, let us know. Email Larry
Melling, VP of Sales and Marketing with your ideas. If they
pass our review process you'll get free licenses to our tools, free
support, and help getting your results published. This could be
the beginning of a beautiful friendship.