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Background In the August 2014 edition of the IET's E&T Magazine, Tim Fellows wrote an article titled How to avoid getting sucked into the black hole of software development (link). The article seems to blame the bulk of software related … Continue reading
The mainstream media has been reporting a vulnerability in the SSL, in Apple's iPhone The Guardian GitHub What Was The Problem? According to a diff of the source code, an extra gotowas inserted in the nest of conditions. if ((err … Continue reading
MISRA is very pleased to announce today that the new edition of MISRA C Guidelines for the use of the C language in critical systems, known as MISRA C:2012, is now available from the MISRA webstore. Initially PDF copies are available … Continue reading
MISRA C:2012 release date announced at Embedded World 2013 De facto standard for embedded C programming to be available from 18 March 2013 26 February 2013 – MISRA, the organisation behind many guidelines for critical systems, is pleased to announce, … Continue reading