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These blog posts relate to coding standards and coding rules for embedded software developers. If you are interested in this subject, you should also check out Barr Group's Embedded C Coding Standard.

Top 10 Causes of Nasty Embedded Software Bugs

Finding and killing latent bugs in embedded software is a difficult business. Heroic efforts and expensive tools are often required to trace backward from an observed crash, hang, or other unplanned run-time behavior to the root cause. In the worst case scenario, the root cause damages the code or data in such a subtle way that the system still appears to work fine or mostly fine-for some time before the malfunction.

Top 5 Causes of Nasty Embedded Software Bugs

Finding and killing latent bugs in embedded software is a difficult business. Heroic efforts and expensive tools are often required to trace backward from an observed crash, hang, or other unplanned run-time behavior to the root cause. In the worst case scenario, the root cause damages the code or data in such a subtle way that the system still appears to work fine -or mostly fine- for some time before the malfunction.

Bug-Killing Coding Standard Rules for Embedded C

A C coding standard can help keep bugs out of embedded software by leveraging common language features and development tools.

More Bug-Killing Coding Standards for Embedded C

This second article on enforceable coding standards for embedded systems adds a set of additional bug-killing rules for using certain C keywords and naming global variables.

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