Automating Security With Static Analysis – Josh Goldberg – ASW #233
Static analysis is the art of scrutinizing your code without building or running it. Common static analysis tools are formatters (which change whitespace and other trivia), linters (which detect likely best practice and style issues), and type checkers (which detect likely bugs). Each of these can aid in improving application security by detecting real issues at development-time.
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Josh Goldberg is a frontend developer with a passion for open source, static analysis, and the web. He is the author of O’Reilly’s Learning TypeScript and a full time open source maintainer who contributes regularly to TypeScript and open source projects in its ecosystem, such as typescript-eslint and TypeStat. His past work includes spearheading Codecademy’s usage of TypeScript and helping create its Learn TypeScript course, and architecting rich client applications at Microsoft. His projects range from static analysis to meta-languages to re-creating retro games in the browser. Also cats.