Embedded Systems Design, July/August 2010 - Embedded.com

Embedded Systems Design, July/August 2010

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Features:
Cover story:
I don't need no stinkin' requirements!
by Jon D. Pearson
Managing an embedded systems project by designing it without requirements.

Jack Ganssle's response: I desperately need stinkin' requirements

Use XML to build ASIC or SoC design specifications
by Karen H. Wang
Here's a step-by-step guide to building an ASIC/SoC hardware specification usingthe Web's Extensible Markup Language (XML).

Columnists:
Break Points:
by Jack G. Ganssle
When computers were human
David Alan Grier's book When Computer Were Human is a fascinating read on the precomputer era of human computation.

Programmer's Toolbox
by Jack Crenshaw
How I test software
Test early and often: Jack describes his testing techniques and other survival lessons from Apollo missions to today.

Departments:
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by Ron Wilson
A new photo on the editorial page
What's changing in the embedded systems design industry, besides a new editor in chief of Embedded Systems Design?

Download a PDF of digital edition: http://i.techweb.com/embedded/pdfs/UBME_esd0810.pdf

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