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Compute code coverage for a multi-module maven project with Jacoco

In a previous blog post, we showed how to use Jacoco to check the code coverage of your tests in a maven Java project. If your project is substantial, you will have multiple maven modules. So how can we compute the global code coverage?

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Compute the code coverage of your tests with java and maven

So you have a java project, and Junit tests. But which lines of your code are correctly tested, and more importantly, which lines are not tested?

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OWASP Dependency Check for Java

Besides avoiding bug and vulnerabilities in your own code base, creating a secure app requires you make sure that your app doesn't rely on a library that contains vulnerabilities. In any modern project, you will have hundreds of them! Here comes OWASP dependency check to the rescue!

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Generate ROC curve and compute AUC in Java

It is very common to implement a model to classify elements in different categories. A very important step in classification is the evaluation of the model efficiency.

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Automatic bug detection with SpotBugs and Maven

SpotBugs is a fantastic tool to help you write beter java code! It performs static code analysis (SA) and uses a database of more then 400 bug patterns to detect potential bugs in your code.

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A java introduction to OrientDB document database

OrientDB is a NoSQL document database, like the very popular MongoDB. It has some very interesting additional features:

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