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New Tool Focused On Removing The Overhead And Complexity Of Code Reviews

Klocwork Cahoots simplifies the code review process

Burlington, Mass – May 06, 2013 – Klocwork Inc, the global leader in automated source code analysis (SCA) solutions for developing more secure software, today announced Klocwork Cahoots, a flexible and easy-to-use peer code review tool that simplifies the code review process. Language-agnostic and designed for development teams of all sizes, Klocwork Cahoots fits into the developer workflow to ensure code reviews are both effective and fast.

"We set out to create a tool that stripped away the complexity and heavy processes that make it unnecessarily difficult and time-consuming for developers to perform a code review," said Gwyn Fisher, Chief Technology Officer, Klocwork. "Klocwork Cahoots is a sophisticated tool that we've made beautifully simple so that developers can focus on sharing their code, getting timely feedback and committing a really solid end product, which is precisely what code review is supposed to be."

Klocwork Cahoots Highlights


Klocwork Cahoots provides a clean, simple environment for developers to perform code reviews in. Core functions such as starting a review, participating in a review, performing a search and adding reviewers can each be completed with one-click.


Mimicking the interactive nature of social media, Klocwork Cahoots makes it easy to engage in, contribute to and stay up-to-date on all elements of active code reviews. Developers can follow individuals, teams and code components via customizable feeds, monitor activity on an infinite wall, and take part in threaded discussions available on each line of code.


The customizable nature and opt-in functionality of Klocwork Cahoots allows developers to work where and how they like to work. Developers can design their own workspace as well as discover activity and participate based on their own interests.


With a focus on getting things done quickly, Klocwork Cahoots provides real-time notifications on the latest activity, and offers an intuitive search function so developers can find the exact code, comment or activity they're looking for. The tool also allows custom, graphical reports to be generated in seconds, using drag and drop pivoting.

Pricing and Availability

Klocwork Cahoots is available for online purchase at the introductory price of $49USD per user per year (regularly $99USD). Alternatively, a three-year license is available for $199USD per user (regularly $249USD). Purchases can be made at http://download.klocwork.com.

To download a fully functional, 30-day trial of Klocwork Cahoots for up to 5 users, visit http://download.klocwork.com.

Learn more

To learn more about Klocwork Cahoots:

· Register to attend a live product demonstration on Wed. May 29 at 11am PT / 2pm ET.

· Visit the product website for full feature lists, concise training videos and access to documentation.

· Join the Klocwork Developer Network to engage with other users, read our forums and more.

About Klocwork

Klocwork helps developers create more secure software. Our tools analyze source code on-the-fly, simplify peer code reviews, and extend the life of complex software. Over 1000 customers, including the biggest brands in the mobile device, consumer electronics, medical technologies, telecom, automotive, military and aerospace sectors, have made Klocwork part of their software development process. Tens of thousands of software developers, architects, and development managers rely on our tools every day to improve their productivity while creating better software.

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