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The future is here: Three DevOps future trends in OpenRefactory’s Intelligent Code Repair

Ashish Kakran of Thomvest ventures writes about the emerging DevOps trends in a recent article published in the DevOps blog space.             https://devops.com/devops-trends-to-watch-in-2021/ Ashish identifies several emerging trends in DevOps practices. We, at OpenRefactory, follow the commentaries from the thought leaders and gauge how our Intelligent Code Repair (iCR) solves the …

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SAST Signal to Noise

This is an opinion piece written by Charlie Bedard, COO of OpenRefactory. Charlie reflects on SAST practices based on his years of experience. Programing languages are the “carpenter’s tools” for software developers. Just like a good carpenter would not use a chisel as a screwdriver (OK, I have done that in an “emergency”), it is …

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FR Routing News

OpenRefactory reports that it has performed an analysis of a popular Open Source project: FRRouting. FR Routing is a member of the Linux Foundation. From the FR Routing Website (https://frrouting.org): “FRRouting (FRR) is an IP routing protocol suite for Linux and Unix platforms which includes protocol daemons for BGP, IS-IS, LDP, OSPF, PIM, and RIP. …

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TCS News

A major advancement for OpenRefactory is our Memo of Understanding with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS). The MoU creates an opportunity for OpenRefactory to partner with TCS who helps to bring our technology to the very large base of TCS’s customers. The MoU relationship was made possible thanks to the introduction of OpenRefactory to TCS by …

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