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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.

Bug-Killing Coding Standard Rules for Embedded C

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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

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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.

2016 Embedded Systems Safety & Security Survey

Barr Group's 2016 Embedded Systems Safety & Security Survey had participation from more than 2,500 embedded systems design engineers and revealed a number of interesting trends in the embedded industry. In this webinar, Barr Group executives Michael Barr (CTO) and Andrew Girson (CEO) discussed some of the most interesting findings.

Top 10 Bug-Killing Coding Standard Rules

 

There are many sources of bugs in software programs. Some are created by the original programmer. Others by misunderstandings by those who later maintain, extend, and/or reuse/port the original code. Both types of bugs can be kept out by following simple coding standard rules. To increase security and keep bugs out of medical devices and other safety-critical embedded systems, add these 10 bug-killing rules to your embedded C coding standard.

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