Dev Tools and OS

  • Free or not free; that is the question

    There really are no free development tools. Here’s what you need to consider when choosing development tools for your next project.

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  • AdaCore Technologies for cyber security, part 2: The challenge of secure software

    This article considers why building and operating secure computer systems appears to be so difficult, as evidenced by the frequency and magnitude of attacks reported in the media.

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  • Automotive multicore gets a model-based development boost

    Automotive multicore gets a model-based development boost

    The performance and capabilities of multicore automotive control MCUs enable automakers to add new features. However, these devices also require more advanced parallel programming techniques.

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  • FPGAs for embedded AI: Reducing power consumption, programming complexity for mass markets

    FPGAs for embedded AI: Reducing power consumption, programming complexity for mass markets

    Developers are investigating AI in embedded applications for automotive, industrial, and consumer markets. Many of these have strict thresholds in terms of the power consumption and complexity.

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  • Challenges Faced by Embedded Developers2:11

    Challenges Faced by Embedded Developers

    We’re on-site at the IAR DevCon in Dallas, helping embedded developers solve their biggest challenges. What are those challenges you? That’s the question I asked oh Tod Chapman, one of IAR technical e

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  • Implementing Secured Software Updates for IoT Devices

    Implementing Secured Software Updates for IoT Devices

    This paper provides a comprehensive summary of theoretical approaches and recipes for practical implementation. It also shows that hardware-based security can make it easier to design secured software

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  • IAR Systems updates design and code generation tool for event-driven embedded systems

    Version 9.1 of IAR Visual State speeds up time to market and increases team efficiency.

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  • Using a memory protection unit with an RTOS, part 4

    Using a memory protection unit with an RTOS, part 4

    In this last installment of this series on using an RTOS with an MPU, we’ll look how you group RAM by process and conclude with a list of recommendations when using the Cortex-M MPU.

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  • Using a memory protection unit with an RTOS, part 2

    Using a memory protection unit with an RTOS, part 2

    Introduced in 2004, the ARM Cortex-M architecture is currently the most popular 32-bit architecture on the market, adopted by most, if not all major MCU manufacturers.

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  • Verification and Validation Are the Same Yet Very Different

    Verification and Validation are two critical steps in the creation of electronic systems, but over the last few years their roles have changed.

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  • Five Minutes with…Yannick Moy, Sr. Software Engineer, AdaCore

    Five Minutes with…Yannick Moy, Sr. Software Engineer, AdaCore

    Software insecurities are badly addressed by current “best practices.” Those are the words of this week’s Five Minutes with… guest Yannick Moy, a Senior Software Engineer at AdaCore. I couldn’t...

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  • Breker Verification Systems forms Galactic Partner Program to accelerate Portable Stimulus Standard Ecosystem

    Inaugural consulting and training partners include AEDVICES Consulting, Axiomise, Sunburst Design, T&VS, Willamette HDL

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  • Take the hassle out of MySQL and MariaDB documenting with dbForge Documenter for MySQL

    Devart announced the release of dbForge Documenter for MySQL, a handy tool for documenting MySQL and MariaDB databases, that allows users to customize database documentation up to their needs with...

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  • Five Minutes with…Vanja Samuelsson, Founder, Qoitech

    Five Minutes with…Vanja Samuelsson, Founder, Qoitech

    There’s a good chance that your IoT Edge device needs to run on a battery. There’s also the possibility that it’s located someplace where you really don’t want to change that battery for a long...

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  • A Brief History of Embedded Software Development

    Open source plays a big role here. And it's free, right?

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  • Overcome File-System Incompatibilities When Sharing Data Across Disparate Devices

    Having the right drivers to connect to lots of different platforms and OSs is just the start. And the problem will grow as more platform types come online.

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  • IoT Design Guide 2018

    IoT Design Guide 2018

    With increasing desire to move more intelligence and connectivity closer to the edge of Internet of Things networks, industry is pushing through the fog and towards mist computing.

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  • Yes, a computer science degree IS worth it

    Yes, a computer science degree IS worth it

    Self-taught start-up CEOs have gone on record declaring that computer science degrees are a waste of time and resources, and some argue that self-taught programmers are more resourceful and skilled.

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  • Five Minutes with… Stefan Skarin, CEO, IAR Systems

    Five Minutes with… Stefan Skarin, CEO, IAR Systems

    The news from IAR is that they acquired a 100% stake in Secure Thingz, a provider of advanced security solutions for embedded and IoT systems.

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  • IAR Systems AB launches global DevCon series at Embedded World 20182:24

    IAR Systems AB launches global DevCon series at Embedded World 2018

    Rory Dear talks with Stefan Skarin (CEO) as OSM and IAR Systems AB formally launch the IAR Global DevCon Tour at Embedded World, in booth 4-216 @iarsystems #ew18 #iot @embedded_world @embedded_comp

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