Here is the list of the ten most popular and most read columnsduring 2008 on Embedded.com by regular contributors Jack Ganssle, Jack Crenshaw andDan Saks, based on which stories were most visited and most viewed.
Your choices reflect an eclectic, but balanced interest, in bothprogramming and software development issues and hardware specificsoftware topics.
C and C++ have strikingly different approaches to managing dynamicmemory.
Multicore processors are here to stay but memory is a bottleneck.
Programs on the scale of a million lines of code are getting morecommon. But how big is that?
Scope determines what you can see within a translation unit. Linkagedetermines what you can see across translation units.
Do you doubt that we ever landed on the moon? We didn't have enoughcomputing power, you say? Here's how things were done before theminicomputer, as told by a NASA number cruncher who helped land a manon the moon.
Here's a step-by-step analysis of why you multiply matrices.
A simple equation can help you measure the complexity of your code.
A new book describes the creation of the Apollo Guidance Computer inthe detail only an engineer can love…and engineers WILL love it.
Prototyping software is an essential step in creating quality embeddedsystems and a sane work environment. Here's why.
Experts tell us interesting facts about our work lives that we may knowbut deny: programmers have human limitations.
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