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Measuring real-time performance of safety-critical multi-core automotive applications

The development of multi core applications is difficult at the best of times. In order to share the best practice surrounding these challenges, … » Read more

What's all this Jenkins stuff anyhow? (Part 3)

In part 1 of this blog, we took a quick look at the key elements of a Continuous Integration (CI) platform and reviewed some of the software required … » Read more

What's all this Jenkins stuff anyhow? (Part 2)

In part 1 of this blog, we took a quick look at the key elements of a Continuous Integration (CI) platform and reviewed some of the software required … » Read more

What's all this Jenkins stuff anyhow? (Part 1)

One of the topics that generates most interest during discussions with customers currently is that of Continuous Integration (CI for short). With it, … » Read more

Make software builds easier...with MinGW

If you have been working in the world of Linux, you get used to a whole host of command line tools simply being available for use during development. … » Read more

How much do embedded systems development errors actually cost?

Ever since I started my career in the semiconductor industry, the seemingly tacit knowledge that errors found later in a project cost … » Read more

Building test into your development process.

In our earlier post we looked at how the intrepid team at "Hudson Technologies" tackled a transient software bug in an oven control system. Taken … » Read more

To test or not to test, that is not the question (part 2)

In part 1 of this blog post, we looked that the coverage metrics that are highly recommended in ISO 26262 for software unit testing of ASIL A through … » Read more

To test or not to test, that is not the question (part 1)

It is interesting to find out what approaches different people use to test their application code prior to delivering it to the market place. For … » Read more