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  • Embedded Systems Engineering – German 2009 Edition

    on Dec 10, 09 • by Todd Landry • with 1 Comment

    Embedded Systems Engineering – German 2009 Edition

    Just wrapped up a successful 2 day Embedded System Engineering conference in Stuttgart, Germany. This “all-German” show had just shy of 600 attendees, as well as about 60 individuals (representing the 20 or so companies exhibiting), so this was considered very good by the show organizers (who by the way did a fantastic job… the food here, for example, was as good as I’ve ever seen for such an event). The Klocwork booth was shared with our good friends at Emenda, and we had a choice spot that allowed a good flow of people. We

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  • ESC Boston Day 2 Recap

    on Sep 23, 09 • by Alen Zukich • with No Comments

    Overall a good show at ESC.  Always well run and put together.  In terms of vendors we had some great discussions especially with Electric Cloud.  We managed to see a great demo of ElectricInsight. ElectricInsight is very visual giving you an incredible view of the structure of a software build.  Not only a tool to help you visualize the impact of adding nodes to ElectricAccelerator cluster but it helps with diagnosing your build problems in seconds.  Really cool dependency analysis with a click of a button. In the end there is no doubt the economy

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  • ESC Boston Day 1 Recap

    on Sep 22, 09 • by Brendan Harrison • with No Comments

    Good first day at ESC Boston2009. Gwyn and Alen presented a well attended talk on using source code analysis (SCA) to improve developer productivity. Key takeaways from the presentation: How SCA will impact your development velocity Quick history on SCA – talked about lint and the general evolution of the technology How the information generated by static code analysis can be used to solve a variety of development challenge Demo of where SCA fits from a code review, refactoring and bug detection standpoint Interesting change from past presentations where most people now understand the basics

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