Embedded.com: Top 5 Java Coding Mistakes

Embedded.com: Top 5 Java Coding Mistakes

on Oct 7, 09 • by Lynn Gayowski • with No Comments

While C dominates as the programming language of choice for embedded development, the use of Java is definitely on the rise. In fact, according to a recent VDC survey, 12.3% of respondents currently use Java in the embedded space, and 17.9% expect to be using Java in the next two years. For those transitioning from ...

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While C dominates as the programming language of choice for embedded development, the use of Java is definitely on the rise. In fact, according to a recent VDC survey, 12.3% of respondents currently use Java in the embedded space, and 17.9% expect to be using Java in the next two years.

For those transitioning from embedded development using C, you might find yourself falling into the hype that Java is a “safe” language. For example, Java developers face no requirement for managing memory associated with objects. However, this is where the trap may be laid. Even though there’s no need for memory management, developers may need to keep track of specific resources the object allocates. This is especially true in an embedded context where resources are often constrained. Even for experienced developers, these traps pop up time and again and can easily jeopardize your code quality and security.

Here’s a round-up of the top five programming issues developers should be aware of in embedded Java development.

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