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Barr Group's Embedded C Coding Standard was developed from the ground up to minimize bugs in firmware, by focusing on practical rules that keep bugs out, while also improving the maintainability and portability of embedded software. The coding standard book details a set of guiding principles as well as specific naming conventions and other rules for the use of data types, functions, preprocessor macros, variables and much more. Individual rules that have been demonstrated to reduce or eliminate certain types of ...
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Overview

Barr Group's Embedded C Coding Standard was developed from the ground up to minimize bugs in firmware, by focusing on practical rules that keep bugs out, while also improving the maintainability and portability of embedded software. The coding standard book details a set of guiding principles as well as specific naming conventions and other rules for the use of data types, functions, preprocessor macros, variables and much more. Individual rules that have been demonstrated to reduce or eliminate certain types of bugs are highlighted.
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Robert van Rooyen
This book carefully lays out a detailed set of rules for embedded software development. These rules draw on a variety of sources and are backed up by practical sound logic in terms of why they should be observed and how they should be applied. There are many subtleties associated with embedded software development that the text specifically calls out through the use of a "Zero Bugs Period" logo. The author has also taken the time to illustrate key concepts by including numerous code fragments th
Michael Koepp
I recently purchased the "Embedded C Coding Standard" book a year ago or so. It's the best standard I've seen for developing firmware in C. I've read Michael's "Programming Embedded Systems in C and C++" and loved it. It's the reason I purchased his embedded coding standard book. We'll eventually use "Embedded C Coding Standard" to help us define and extend our in-house coding standards.
Michael Koepp
I recently purchased the "Embedded C Coding Standard" book a year ago or so. It's the best standard I've seen for developing firmware in C. I've read Michael's "Programming Embedded Systems in C and C++" and loved it. It's the reason I purchased his embedded coding standard book. We'll eventually use "Embedded C Coding Standard" to help us define and extend our in-house coding standards.
Robert van Rooyen
This book carefully lays out a detailed set of rules for embedded software development. These rules draw on a variety of sources and are backed up by practical sound logic in terms of why they should be observed and how they should be applied. There are many subtleties associated with embedded software development that the text specifically calls out through the use of a "Zero Bugs Period" logo. The author has also taken the time to illustrate key concepts by including numerous code fragments th
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781442164826
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/5/2009
  • Pages: 90
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.19 (d)

Meet the Author

Michael Barr is an internationally recognized expert on the design of embedded computer systems. In that role, he has provided expert witness testimony in federal court, appeared on PBS' American Business Review, and been quoted in various newspapers. He is also the author of two other books and more than sixty five articles on related subjects. For three and a half years Michael served as editor-in-chief of Embedded Systems Programming magazine. In addition, Michael has been a member of the advisory board and track chair for the Embedded Systems Conference. Software he wrote and architected powers millions of products. Michael holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering and has lectured in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Maryland, from which he also earned an MBA.
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