LDRA announced the MISRA C:2012 seminars. The half-day events introduces the new features of the MISRA C:2012, highlighting how the revised standard enables developers to take advantage of more C features, while avoiding unsafe C constructs. Project managers, software engineers, system engineers, software technical leads, verification engineers, process engineers, engineering managers, academics, and regulators will benefit from the MISRA C:2012 seminars.
MISRA C:2012 Seminar Topics
- The reasons why MISRA C:2012 was developed and what is new since MISRA-C:2004
- How the new standard can help you make better decisions about the use of popular programming language features
- How MISRA C:2012 provides backwards compatibility to protect legacy code
- How the introduction of “decidable and undecideable” prescriptive rules will help focus your test efforts
- A demonstration of how to achieve MISRA C:2012 compliance
The seminars are taught by Chris Tapp, Chairman of the MISRA C++, member of the MISRA C Working group and one of the key authors of the new MISRA C:2012 standard.
MISRA C:2012 Dates and Locations
- Andover, MA – October 15, 2013
- Tysons Corner, VA – October 16, 2013
- Detroit, MI – October 17, 2013
- Phoenix, AZ – October 22, 2013
- Santa Clara, CA – October 23, 2013
MISRA is a widely adopted, de facto safe-coding standard designed to help achieve software quality in automotive, aerospace, industrial, medical, defense and rail applications that have a high cost of failure. The first version, released in 1998 to target C90, was replaced by a 2004 version that provided extensions and improvements. The current MISRA C:2012 adds support for C99, increases the number of decidable rules to allow better tool enforcement, includes detailed rationale for all rules, and offers guidance for automatically generated code.
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