Using Contextual Software Analysis to Mitigate Business Risk

Posted January 11, 2018 | Technology |
Peter Kaminski

Modern software systems are routinely very complex, comprising millions of lines of code with many thousands of dependencies. Moreover, software engineer availability, workloads, and turnover compound the problem of keeping track of the complexities of systems. In this Advisor, we examine the benefits of contextual software analysis for mitigating business risk.

About The Author
Peter Kaminski
Peter Kaminski is a Cutter Expert and a member of Arthur D. Little's AMP open consulting network. He has served as technical cofounder for five Internet startups, including Socialtext, a leading provider of enterprise social software, and Yipes Communications, a pioneering provider of Ethernet WAN services. As a veteran Silicon Valley entrepreneur, Mr. Kaminski provides intelligent and experienced insight into discussions of product and service… Read More
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