Category Archives: Standards
Since the publication of MISRA C:2012 and its adoption by industry and the wider C community, a number of issues have arisen, both from discussions within the MISRA C Working Group and in response to feedback via the MISRA C … Continue reading
I am pleased to announce the publication of ISO/IEC 20246:2017 (Software and systems engineering — Work product reviews), which sits alongside the ISO/IEC/IEEE 29119 family. This Standard establishes a generic framework for Work Product Reviews that can be referenced and used … Continue reading
I am pleased to announce that, following confirmation by the BSI parent committee IST/15 (Software and Systems Engineering), I have succeeded Dr Stuart Reid as Chairman of BSI committee IST/015/-/26 on Software Testing, the UK Mirror Panel to ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7/WG26. … Continue reading
As a personal first, my presentation is now vailable on YouTube!
The MISRA C Working Group is pleased to announce the launch of four new documents, at the forthcoming Device Developer Conference: Guidelines on achieving MISRA Compliance: MISRA Compliance 2016 MISRA-C:2004 Permits Enhancements for Security Coding MISRA C:2012 Addendum 2 … Continue reading
I am please to announce that I will be speaking at the UK Device Developers' Conference 2016, to be held in Cambridge in April. I will be taking part in the Workshop "Getting to grips with the Latest Developments around … Continue reading
As previously mentioned, last week I attended the VDA Automotive SYS Conference in Potsdam. The theme of my presentation was MISRA C – Safety v Security and discussed the coverage of MISRA C against ISO/IEC 17691 (the C Secure standard). … Continue reading
I am please (and slightly nervous) to announce that I will be speaking at the VDA Automotive SYS 2015 conference, to be held in Postdam in July. I will be taking part in the Workshop "Software coding for safety and security", … Continue reading
Following on from the successful publication of ISO/IEC/IEEE 29119 Parts 1, 2 and 3 and the progress on Part 4, the attention of attention ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7/WG26 has now turned to Part 5 – Keyword Driven Testing.