It is highly regarded and expected by managers leading software development projects in a variety of fields.
“If there is a block that was not detected when the source code was grep'd with certain keywords, but is accounted for as a similar section in Siderscan, it may prevent an omission from being investigated.”
“As I was managing many projects and the size of the code to be reviewed was increasing, I wanted a tool to ensure the quality of the code, so I introduced Siderscan. It's like having a dedicated code reviewer with a different perspective than a human, which gives me peace of mind, especially when I don't find any bugs.”
“Siderscan allowed us to detect potential bugs in the source code of products under development, preventing them from occurring in the field. In the future, we expect to see a faster cycle of bug analysis, which means that the analysis will be faster.”
“This will give us an opportunity to refactor the parts that are copied and pasted and see if we can make the logic common and unified.”
“When we used Siderscan, we found code in our product source code that was not a bug but should be corrected, which triggered our quality improvement activities. We expect to further improve the accuracy of bug detection in the future.”
“Siderscan is a very promising duplicate code detection tool. It allows us to analyze the huge code base project in a realistic time. I have never seen such a solution”
“Even if you only fixed A when both A and B needed to be fixed during the development phase and you only fixed A, you realized that B might need to be fixed as well.”
“I discovered that there was duplicate code in the latest version of the code under development that I did not know existed, which had been carried over from previous versions. Siderscan also helped me realize that the logic on one side of that duplicate code was incorrect.”
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