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We’re going to embedded world 2015!

on Feb 10, 15 • by Julia Smith • with No Comments

See what we're bringing to embedded world Exhibition & Conference to help deliver safe, secure, and reliable code...

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In two weeks, embedded developers from all over the world will arrive in Nuremburg, Germany, to witness the latest and greatest tools, technology, and tricks to get the most out of their software and hardware development. It’s the embedded world Exhibition & Conference and Rogue Wave Software will be right there alongside them.


Featuring games that will challenge your bug hunting skills, and a live presentation theater with talks on automotive software security, supply chain risks, and multicore debugging, our booth will be your one-stop shop for figuring out how to better protect your code from hackers and gain confidence that your software is safe, secure, and reliable.

See our presentation schedule here

We’ll be there to demonstrate how bugs can be caught faster than you’ve ever seen, answer questions about the challenges of standards conformance (we’re looking at you, MISRA and ISO 26262), or just to kick back, relax, and talk about the future of software.

Speaking sessions

Several of our experts have speaking sessions at the conference too, so check them out:

• 5 ways to protect your software supply chain from hacks, quacks, and wrecks / Rod Cope, CTO
• Simplifying debugging for multi-core Linux devices and low-power Linux clusters / Chris Gottbrath, TotalView principal product manager
• Top 5 best practices for delivering secure in-vehicle software / Rod Cope, CTO

Get details here

Post-show webinar

We also have a post-show webinar with Electric Cloud on March 5 to wrap up what we learned and what people were talking about at the show – think about repeatable, predictable, and comprehensive ways to reduce vulnerabilities for your team.

Register for our March 5 webinar

We look forward to seeing you at embedded world 2015!

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