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Category Archives: MISRA
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!
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