Developing embedded systems in Ada - a C programmer's guide to safe, secure software


The easiest bugs to correct are the ones that are not inserted in the first place. This webinar will show how the Ada language can help you design, implement and verify embedded software that will be reliable, safe and secure, while still meeting its performance requirements.  It will cover the contract-based programming features introduced in the most recent version of the Ada language standard as well as a number of low-level features that allow the programmer to get "down and dirty" with the hardware.

Speaker

Robert Tice is a Technical Account Manager at AdaCore.


 


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