Embedded Systems Design, November 2011 - Embedded.com

Embedded Systems Design, November 2011


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Cover story:
“Making late-night debugging an exception rather than the norm”
By Rutul Dave, Coverity
Static analysis finds the bugs, even if you're working under an Agile development process. Here's when and where to use static analysis.

“Using Agile's Scrum in embedded software development”
By Kim H. Pries and Jon M. Quigley
Keeping the team focused and organized is what Scrum can do for your embedded systems project.

Barr Code
By Michael Barr
“Firmware forensics—best practices in embedded software source-code discovery”
Remember unintended acceleration? Here's what NASA should have examined in Toyota's software.

Break Points
By Jack Ganssle
“The semiconductor revolution”
In part 3 of Jack's series honoring the 40th anniversary of the microprocessor, the minis create a new niche–the embedded system.

By Chris A. Ciufo
“Android at ESC and IDF”
In case you missed it: check out these online Android resources from ESC and IDF.

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