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Having high-quality products with great customer experience combined with products being launched on time and within budget might seem like an impossible equation. But it doesn’t have to be. All this can be achieved through clear focus on code quality, because everything starts at the source: the code.
At IAR Systems, we care about code. We've been dealing with how to ensure code quality since the start of the company. During the rest of 2020, we will explore this even further together with you and guide through the different aspects of it. Start your learning journey here and now!
As the IoT proliferates, billions of cloud-connected products are expected to be designed, manufactured and deployed over the next decade. No one wants a product that is prone to hacking or theft, so security is more important than ever.
Ensuring that you have high-quality code is a mandatory step in making sure that your final product is secure. And using code analysis tools as an integrated part of your development process is a vital step. The quality of the product depends on the quality of the source code. On top, you also need to ensure that you have security from inception, so that all aspects of your development, manufacturing and update flows work together to ensure that your product is secure. Every company wants to protect their investment. This means all effort put in software design and engineering, when then becomes several months or years of development efforts needs to be protected. We are talking about the core of the company and the values.
Now: Andrew Beeson covers how you can achieve The straight-and-easy path to security in your application.
November: Clive Watts will share his thoughts on How to cover the best security practices by design.
December: Anders Holmberg will guide you in how Everything ends with code quality.
April: Tora Fridholm introduced you to how Everything starts with code quality. Read article
May: Shawn Prestridge shared his thoughts on Fast functional safety certification for your project. Read article
June: Shawn Prestridge guided you to why code quality matters for security in With you all the way: From higher code quality to total security. Read article
July: Anders Holmberg shared his ideas on efficiency in Back to the roots – tracing and debugging as a way to increase efficiency. Read article
August: Shawn Prestridge guided you in code quality through Move fast and break things? Not so fast in embedded. Read article
September: Rafael Taubinger shared his tips and tricks for Safety coding techniques for your application. Read article
Hunting and fixing defects can represent up to 80 % of the development time depending of the maturity of your development organization. This brings us to the obvious conclusion that code quality is a big concern, so why not avoid the defects at all and spend less time in debugging?
Rafael Taubinger describes how coding techniques can help to boost code quality and safety in your application.
“Move fast and break things” is the approach that Mark Zuckerberg said he inculcates into the development culture at Facebook. While it sounds wonderful for getting new features up and running quickly (even if they are not perfect), it loses its luster if you try to apply that same approach to embedded development.
Shawn Prestridge guides you in how to keep the code in good quality and still be able to deliver products on time.
Debugging embedded software is often a time-consuming activity, both in terms of chasing down a specific bug and as a general project activity. Further, as an activity, it is often an eclectic mix of desperation, perspiration and a fair bit of magical thinking.
Anders Holmberg shares his ideas on efficiency in embedded development.
If software defects are the doors that hackers use, then we need to up our code quality game to address the issue. But how big of a problem is it, and what can we do to fix it?
Shawn Prestridge guides you to why code quality matters for security.
There are many tweaks you can do to your development processes to speed your certification. But how can you ensure code quality?
Shawn Prestridge shares his thoughts on how to ensure code quality while keeping up to speed in your certification process.
There are actually several reasons how a focus on code quality can help you in having high-quality products launched within budget and on time.
Tora Fridholm introduces you to why everything starts with code quality.
Boost your knowledge and learn good programming practices in the free 15-minute IAR Academy On Demand course Ensuring code quality.
Our FAE team is happy to guide you within any areas of embedded development.