March 10-11, 2015
Attend our CTO, Fergus Bolger’s presentation on “Controlling deviations in a MISRA compliance environment” on Wednesday 11th March at 16:00.
Synopsis: The pre-eminent set of coding rules for safe, defensive use of the C and C++ languages in advanced industrial embedded environments are those supplied through the MISRA organisation. While these rules offer a wide range of language restrictions, safe language subsets, avoidable developer mistakes and other coding issues, there is often a need for controlled deviation from their strict application. There are industry and community efforts underway in both Europe and Japan to create such Advanced Deviation Control measures for the MISRA coding standards. In this paper we will delve into some of the legitimate reasons for such controlled deviations, and how advanced tools such as quality management systems can control the deployment, as well as report on the use of, these controlled deviations from full coding rule compliance.
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April 21-22, 2015
Hosted by our partner Nohau, this MISRA C training course is an instructor-led course, designed to help developers, working with the ISO C language, to understand the rules and recommendations of the MISRA C:2012 standard.
Training Course Overview:
- Purpose of MISRA C
- Practical application of MISRA C rules
- Statements, Identifi ers and Type Declarations
- Accessibility and visibility
- Precedence and evaluation order
- Type Conversions, Underlying Type and Type System Anomalies
- Pointers and Pointer Conversions
- Pre-processing and Macros