SKILLS FOR BETTER SOFTWARE
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If you want your software development project to perform well, you need the best tools and knowledge of how to apply them effectively. Are you using the full capabilities of your chosen programming language? Maybe there are newer techniques or methods that will help? Are there more efficient solutions that will increase productivity?
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Stephan Grünfelder studied computer science at the Vienna University of Technology and did his doctorate in robotics there. Since graduating, he has always remained true to embedded systems: he developed test software for telecommunication satellites, firmware and test systems for EEGs, worked for four years as a project manager for the development of engine control units and has been leading the test automation team of a broadcasting electronics company since 2010. Stephan Grünfelder is a ... READ MORE
In mehreren Projekten vor und während seiner freiberuflichen Tätigkeit hat sich Ralf Schneeweiß sehr fundierte Kentnisse im praktischen Einsatz von C und C++ auf mehreren Betriebssystemen erworben. Neben den praktischen Kentnissen beherrscht er die genannten Programmiersprachen auch in ihren theoretischen Grundlagen. READ MORE
Peter Roesler was born in 1961 and studied computer science at the Technical University of Munich from 1981 to 1987. He has worked as a programmer, chief designer, QA manager and project manager for a number of software development projects, predominantly in the airports/airlines division of Softlab in Munich. He is a trained inspection leader for Gilb inspections and has already given over 190 inspection seminars to more than 1,800 engineers. He has been working as an independent ... READ MORE
Andreas Fertig, CEO of Unique Code GmbH, is an experienced trainer and lecturer for C++ for standards 11 to 20. Andreas is involved in the C++ standardisation committee, in which the new standards are developed. At international conferences, he presents how code can be written better. He publishes specialist articles, e.g., for iX magazine, and has published several textbooks on C++. With C++ Insights (https://cppinsights.io), Andreas has created an internationally recognised tool that ... READ MORE
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Matt Davis partnered with QA Systems’ Nordic reseller, NOHAU, to explore enhanced automation of software test processes adhering to FuSa (Functional Safety) standards. At the presentation, he showcased Cantata as a certified solution capable of meeting the strict safety integrity levels mandated by all FuSa standards. Davis detailed Cantata’s proficiency in automating test framework setup, configuration, test case generation, and linking tests to relevant requirements. Additionally, he emphasized the importance of obtaining tool certification and qualification.
Discover the most effective ISO 26262 software verification techniques to optimize your time-to-market and maximize your return on investment (ROI) in this insightful online presentation. Join five seasoned automotive industry experts as they delve into a comprehensive discussion of best practices for addressing the software verification requirements of ISO 26262. Gain valuable insights from practitioners who specialize in this field as they share their experiences and practical tips on various critical topics.
In this webinar, Adam Mackay (Integrations Manager at QA Systems Ltd) and Rafael Taubinger (Technical Marketing Specialist at IAR Systems AB) explore the latest tools and techniques for improving safety-critical software development projects. They explain how continuously monitoring development projects with precision and rigour using accessible development and testing tools can result in measurable success, lower maintenance costs, accelerated release schedules, and a reduced opportunity for unnoticed flaws. Traditional testing stages may not be enough to detect all application problems, but with the right technology, projects can achieve optimal results.