Learn the best practices for ensuring compliance with key embedded coding standards, including MISRA, CERT and AUTOSAR C++14
Join this webinar with Jill Britton and Steve Howard of Perforce to discover coding standard best practice and how to quickly achieve compliance
At the beginning of 2020, MISRA consolidated and clarified its previous guidance to ensure a clearer understanding of what compliance means. In addition, other standards such as CERT and AUTOSAR C++14 offer compliance guidance.
In this Automotive IQ webinar, Jill Britton, director of compliance, and Steve Howard, SCA Specialist and Technical Services Lead, both of Perforce, discuss what it means to comply with a coding standard, and how to achieve compliance quickly and efficiently. Key topics and takeaways during this webinar will include rule decidability and severity, style guide, metrics, deviations and reporting.
Sign up to this webinar to find out:
- What are the best practices to ensure compliance with coding standards such as MISRA and CERT.
- Why it is important to prove compliance.
- How software development tools, such as static code analyzers, make claiming and improving compliance easier.
Jill Britton, Director of Compliance at Perforce
Jill Britton has more than 40 years of embedded software experience across a variety of industries. She has worked as a software engineer and manager for telecommunications, automotive, defense, and education software.
Britton is now Director of Compliance at Perforce and is a committee member of MISRA. She also holds a BSc in Computer Science and Statistics from Newcastle University, and a MSc in Computer Science from Brunel University London.
Steve Howard, SCA Specialist and Technical Services Lead at Perforce
Steve Howard has more than 20 years of experience in software development – specifically in static code analysis. Howard is the SCA Product Evangelist for Perforce.
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