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Synonyms for preemptive

designed or having the power to deter or prevent an anticipated situation or occurrence

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We ve worked closely with our longstanding partner, PreEmptive Solutions, to create high-quality tools that help teams successfully manage the development lifecycle of modern applications, said Mitra Azizirad, general manager of Developer Tools Marketing and Sales at Microsoft.
Dotfuscator's ability to integrate application behavior with one or more cloud services not only improves application quality and value, it actually creates new business opportunities for software service providers and developers alike," said Gabriel Torok, President of PreEmptive Solutions.
Preemptive quarantine (isolating asymptomatic persons who have had contact with an infected person) is an effective technique for slowing the spread of emerging infectious diseases, but it also results in many uninfected persons being isolated (for examples, see [1,2]).
This doctrine, drafted largely in response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and used in justifying the recent war on Iraq, is more accurately described as preventive war, historically considered to be much more objectionable than the preemptive use of force.
Moreover, the administration has invoked this threat to justify a preemptive military strike against Iraq.
The preemptive strike proposal is "repugnant to the sovereignty of nations, dangerous to the stability of Asia and destructive of regional if not global peace.
She criticized Koizumi for not clearly promising in the Diet that Japan will not approve a preemptive attack.
It is true that there can be genuinely defensive preemptive action.
Ninety men scheduled for radical prostatectomies (the complete surgical removal of the prostate gland) were assigned randomly to one of three groups: no preemptive analgesia, preemptive analgesia with a narcotic (fentanyl), and preemptive analgesia with a local anesthetic (bupivacaine).
The emergence of cloud, mobile, and rich Internet platforms has made it virtually impossible to simulate production," said Sebastian Holst, CMO PreEmptive Solutions.
Inclusion of PreEmptive Solutions' Dotfuscator Community Edition is latest milestone en route to the release of Microsoft Visual Studio code-named 'Orcas.
A radicalized Pakistan might encourage India to make a preemptive strike of its own, and then we'll really get to see some weapons of mass destruction put to their intended use.
PreEmptive Solutions, the leading provider of solutions to measure, manage, and protect software development investments, announced today the early release of PreEmptive Analytics for TFS, an application analytics solution that monitors application events and automatically creates and schedules work items within Visual Studio Team Foundation Server.
CLEVELAND, March 7 /PRNewswire/ -- PreEmptive Solutions, inventor of one of the world's most popular obfuscation technologies, today announced the immediate availability of its Enterprise Obfuscation Solution for the Microsoft .
8 Out of 10 Development Organizations "At Risk," Lack Access to High Impact Application Exception Data, According to PreEmptive Solutions Survey