Keeping Bugs Out of Embedded Software with Coding Standards Webinar

Netrino and Embedded Systems Design is offering a webinar on Tuesday, October 20, 2009 at 11 am PT (2 pm ET). The 60-minute webcast is titled Keeping Bugs Out of Embedded Software with Coding Standards. The online seminar will be presented by Michael Barr of Netrino. Barr is an internationally recognized expert on the design of embedded computer systems. Netrino is a world leader in firmware process and architecture consulting and training.

Embedded Systems Design Webinar Topics

  • Ten simple coding rules to keep bugs out of embedded software
  • How to increase the readability and portability of source code
  • The dark corners of the ISO “standard” C programming language
  • A basic understanding of the role of MISRA-C and MISRA-C++
  • How to use static analysis tools to enforce coding standards

Webcast Overview
It is cheaper and easier to prevent bugs from creeping into code than it is to find and kill them after they have entered. A key strategy in the fight against bugs is to write code in which the compiler, linker, or a static analysis tool can detect bugs automatically – i.e., before the code is allowed to execute. Join us to learn about simple practical steps you or your development team can take to keep bugs out of embedded software written in C or C++.

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