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These blog posts concern the integration of hardware and software, such as writing device drivers for specific types of peripheral chips.

How to Protect Non-Volatile Data

Unexpected power loss and software bugs can undermine the reliability of non-volatile data. Fortunately, there are various ways to make non-volatile data resilient to such corruption.

How to Design Software-Friendly FPGAs and ASICs

Designing firmware-accessible debugging resources into embedded systems provides a valuable supplement to hardware test and analysis tools. Think ahead about what could go wrong during hardware testing or firmware integration, and add the hardware resources needed to troubleshoot those issues.

How to Design a Software-Friendly DMA Module

These built-in troubleshooting resources for DMA controllers can pave the way for smoother embedded software integration.

Design by Contract (DbC) for Embedded Software

What is the Design by Contract programming philosophy, what can it do for you, and why should all embedded software developers care?

If you were to single out just one most effective programming technique for delivering high-quality code, what would you choose? Object-oriented programming? Generic programming? Design patterns? Software components? Frameworks? UML? CASE tools?

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