St.Petersburg, Russia
November 14–15, 2019

Talks & master-classes

Maximum security: how to write reliable C/C++ code for embedded systems

  • Embedded, Low-level
  • Accepted

November 14, 12:00
Room IV|IV зал
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In my talk, I will tell you about the standards of writing code created specifically for highly responsible embedded systems, such as MISRA C, MISRA C++ and AUTOSAR C++. For those who haven’t heard about these standards, I’ll make their brief outline: main concepts, prerequisites of their creation and where they are used. I will also tell you how to make your project meet these standards. My talk will be useful for embedded developers, as well as for programmers who develop critical programs.

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George Gribkov

C++ developer, PVS-Studio

George is one of the developers of the PVS-Studio static analyzer. He is engaged in the creation of new MISRA C and MISRA C ++ diagnostics. He is also the author of articles on checking open source projects.