Firmware Update v19.12

  • Patents and Copyrights and Trade Secrets, Oh My!
  • Three FREE Books About Embedded Design
  • March 2020 Public Training Calendar
  • Budget Now for Next Year Team Trainings
  • Industry News That's Not Boring

Firmware Update v19.10

  • Case Study: Lethal Firmware Defects - Patriot Missile Failure
  • Further Develop Your Embedded Programming Skills this Fall
  • Rule Changes in the 2018 Update of Embedded C Coding Standard
  • ARM-based "Embedded Software Training in a Box"
  • Industry News That's Not Boring

Firmware Update v19.09

  • Getting Started with C++ for Firmware Developers
  • Further Develop Your Embedded Programming Skills this Fall
  • Modern Embedded Software Architecture: Beyond the RTOS
  • Retake Control of Your Embedded Project Schedule
  • Industry News That's Not Boring

Firmware Update v19.05

  • Don't Follow these 5 Dangerous Coding Standard Rules
  • Retake Control of Your Embedded Project Schedule
  • Embedded Systems and Cybersecurity
  • TechTalk: CRCs and Checksums
  • ARM-based "Embedded Software Training in a Box"
  • Industry News That's Not Boring

Firmware Update v19.03

  • Could you Prove your Product is Secure?
  • Download Barr Group's UPDATED Embedded C Coding Standard
  • Is it a Bug or an Error?
  • Further Develop Your Embedded Programming Skills this Spring
  • Industry News That's Not Boring

Firmware Update v19.02

  • Dead Code and the Law of Unintended Consequences
  • Register Now for Spring 2019 Firmware Training
  • ATTENTION! Embedded Systems Developers
  • Case Study: Lethal Software Defects in War Zones
  • Industry News That's Not Boring

Firmware Update v18.12

  • Embedded Linux and Copyright Law
  • C's goto Keyword: Use it or Lose it?
  • Save Now on Spring 2019 Firmware Trainings
  • Industry News That's Not Boring

Glossary of Open Source Legal Terms

A brief glossary of licensing terminology to help engineering teams understand legal terms related to open source software.

Embedded Linux and Copyright Law

The rising popularity of Linux has spurred many embedded developers to consider it as an RTOS alternative. Here are just some of the legal implications for the proprietary parts of firmware with which developers should be familiar.

The State of Software Design for Safety and Security

In this technology brief, we present key findings from Barr Group's 2018 Embedded Systems Safety and Security Survey that is relevant to lawyers engaging in litigation over the design of electronics and software.

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