Embedded software quality best practices video library is now live!

I went to my first computer conference at the New York Hilton about 20 years ago. When somebody there predicted the market for microprocessors would eventually be in the millions, someone else said, “Where are they all going to go? It’s not like you need a computer in every doorknob!” Years later, I went back to the same hotel. I noticed the room keys had been replaced by electronic cards you slide into slots in the doors. There was a computer in every doorknob.
— Danny Hillis

One of the core missions Edge Case Research is to help individuals and organizations to develop safe, secure, and high-quality embedded code. Developing high-quality embedded software is extremely difficult, no matter the application, industry, or the perceived simplicity of the code.

Computers and microcontrollers are now everywhere, and embedded software doubly so. Despite this proliferation, not everyone who is actively developing software has had formal training in software development. Co-founder and Chief Technologist Phil Koopman has put together a number of videos on common problems in embedded software development and what you can do to address them.

To begin with, there are three sets of videos: Peer Reviews, Spaghetti Code, and Security Planning. Each has a short preview and a full tutorial on how to implement the practice or address the issue.

To see the videos, you can click here or go to http://www.edge-case-research.com/videos.

Note that you can also find more videos on our Vimeo channel as well as our Youtube channel.

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