Discovering Performance Anti-Patterns at JavaOne
Sunday, 19 September 2010 00:00

Patrycja Wegrzynowicz speaks at JavaOne (Sep. 19-23, San Francisco, CA) about performance anti-patterns in Java applications along with automated ways to detect them.

Everyone knows JavaOne! JavaOne is the most important and prestigious event in the Java world. Java is everywhere, from the smallest devices to the largest datacenters and clouds. It permeates the world around us, enabling a rich, personalized experience from an infinite number of services across a vast number of devices. This year's JavaOne goes back to its roots and showcases, through increased content, how Java technology is evolving, allowing developers to leverage tools and resources to build compelling offerings and individualized services across all the screens of our lives. Attendees can:

  • Choose from hundreds of expert-led technical sessions, panel discussions, and Birds of a Feather (BOF) sessions
  • Participate in dozens of hands-on labs - Learn best practices from their favorite Java developers and JavaOne rock stars
  • Network with hundreds of Java experts as they present technology demos and solutions
  • Meet up in dozens of organized and casual networking events throughout the week
  • Attend Oracle Develop sessions, co-located with JavaOne

Patrycja Wegrzynowicz, CTO of Yonita Inc. and Yon Consulting LLC, presents several performance anti-patterns along with Yonita, a static analysis tool to discover them. The identified anti-patterns relate to inefficient call and data flows in the context of web programming, communication, and data manipulation. To automatically discover them, we use Yonita, a semantic code query system developed by Yon Consulting LLC and Yonita Inc. Yonita can be used to detect various patterns and anti-patterns in software, including bugs along with a range of security vulnerabilities, performance bottlenecks, transactional issues, and other challenges.

Automated Bug Hunting at 33rd Degree
Tuesday, 04 January 2011 00:00

Our CTO speaks at 33rd Degree conference (Apr. 6-8, Cracow, Poland) about anti-patterns and best practices for hibernate as well as automated bug hunting.

33rd Degree is a Java conference with rock star speakers and 3 days of extremely eminent talks on Java and beyond. Patrycja Wegrzynowicz, CTO of Yonita Inc. and Yon Consulting LLC, presents her further research about anti-patterns and bugs related to correctness and performance of database programming. She also leads a BOF session on how to automate detection of software defects.

Yonita Inc. in California
Wednesday, 08 September 2010 00:00

Yonita Inc. has been incorporated in the United States with offices located in Menlo Park, California, in the San Francisco Bay area. Yonita Inc., a C-Corporation, is owned and run by Patrycja Wegrzynowicz acting as Vice-President and CTO, and Dr. Andrzej Bartosiewicz acting as President and CEO.

Yonita Inc. develops, promotes, and sells Yonita software, today's cutting-edge, most advanced static analysis tool for automatic detection of performance anti-patterns, security vulnerabilities, multithreading, concurrency issues, and other defects in software. Using Yonita software cuts developments costs by up to 20% and reduces schedules by up to 15% of the average software project today.


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