Find out how to find and fix the Heartbleed bug, and learn about the most common defects in open source projects based on the 2013 Scan Open Source Report. The report details the analysis of the Scan service's most active open source projects, totaling over 250 million lines of open source software code. In addition, the report details the results of over 500 million lines of proprietary software code from a sample of anonymous Coverity users.
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Zack Samocha: Senior Director of Products
Zack manages the Coverity open source Scan program which has grown under his leadership to more than 1,500 projects and 3,500 active users. Zack initiated research comparing Open source code quality with proprietary code. Zack is also responsible for overall Coverity product strategy.
Zack started his career at Mercury Interactive. During his tenure at Mercury Interactive, he held a series of senior positions in product marketing, development and management. After Mercury he worked as the director of products at AtHoc, a provider of enterprise-class, network-centric emergency notification systems and served as the VP of products at Sauce Labs, where he worked closely with the Selenium open source community. Zack has deep experience in software development lifecycle, static code analysis and QA testing. He holds a B.S.C. in Computer and Math - Bar-Ilan University.
Kristin Brennan: Senior Director of Product Marketing
Kristin is an expert in development testing and static code analysis. She joined Coverity in 2010 and has been working with leading enterprise and open source customers who have adopted the Coverity platform and services to improve their code quality and security. Kristin has more than 15 years of enterprise software experience with expertise in static analysis, test automation and data center automation. She holds a MBA from Berkeley and a BA from U.C. IRVINE.