Safe, secure and reliable code: MISRA C or CERT C?
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C is the most widely used programming language for embedded application. Although a powerful language, it is widely understood that this power has the downside that unsafe, insecure and unreliable code is all to easy to write. A good solution is to develop code that is compliant with an appropriate set of guidelines that help avoid the pitfalls.
MISRA C and CERT C are two examples of such guidelines.
In this webinar:
These two standards are introduced, compared and contrasted, so you have opportunity to make an informed choice for your specific project. Each of the two standards has some excellent characteristics, but every embedded project is different; one size does not fit all!
Doulos Senior Member Technical Staff Dr David Long and Embedded Software Technologist Colin Walls of Mentor, will present this training webinar, which will consist of a one-hour presentation with interactive Q&A available to attendees throughout.
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