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Category Archives: MISRA
Following on from the success of the MISRA track at previous editions of the embedded world Exhibition & Conference, MISRA is pleased to announce the continuation of this collaboration into 2024: The embedded world Conference in collaboration with MISRA is … Continue reading
As Chairman of the MISRA C Working Group, I am pleased to announce the release of MISRA C:2023 (MISRA C Third edition, Second revision). This is a further update which incorporates Amendments 2, 3 and 4 (AMD2, AMD3, AMD4) and … Continue reading
As chairman of the MISRA C Working Group, I am pleased to announce that MISRA C:2012 Technical Corrigendum 2 has been published. This update is compatible with: MISRA C:2012 (3rd Edition, 1st Revision) as further revised by Amendment 2 MISRA … Continue reading
One month to go until Embedded World 2021… Unsurprisingly in the circumstances, this key event in the embedded systems calendar will be virtual, but that doesn’t make it any less important! Once again, I’m pleased to announce that I will … Continue reading
Recently, I took part in a Five Minutes With… interview with Richard Nass (of Embedded Computing Design) discussing MISRA C. The interview can be heard on the ECD website.
I’m pleased to be confirmed as a Speaker at the 10th International Annual ISO26262 Conference, to be help in Stuttgart in October. I will be speaking on “Use MISRA C:2012 as your language subset – write safe and secure application code” … Continue reading
While it is widely considered that MISRA C provides best practice guidelines for the development of safety-related systems, the publication of “C Secure” has generated discussion on the applicability of MISRA C for secure applications. In response, the MISRA C … Continue reading
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
As a personal first, my presentation is now vailable on YouTube! Or, if you prefer, you can just to read the slides!