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SEI Cyber Minute: Why Use Dynamic Design Analysis?

February 2018 Video
Rick Kazman

By considering dynamic information in conjunction with static information, we can precisely locate such design flaws, and determine the root causes of bugs more quickly.

Publisher:

Software Engineering Institute

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Abstract

Design flaws are introduced unknowingly by the daily activities of developers—adding features and fixing bugs. If left unaddressed, these flaws degrade the system over time, making it harder to understand, maintain, extend, and fix. By considering dynamic information in conjunction with static information, we can precisely locate such design flaws, and determine the root causes of bugs more quickly.

Watch Rick Kazman in this SEI Cyber Minute as he discusses "Why Use Dynamic Design Analysis"?