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Keeping Up with the Times in Your Arm-based Application


Oct 19
19:00 - 19:25

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The complexity of embedded applications has grown exponentially over the last decade. There are many reasons for this, but one of the biggest drivers is the relentless pursuit of greater functionality for an embedded system, some of which is requested by customers; it could also be mandated in the desire to keep up with competition.

Other reasons for greater complexity include emerging industry standards that are often driven by legislation (particularly regarding embedded security), and outdated (EoL) or hard-to-source parts that necessitate a device upgrade, e.g., from a 32- to a 64-bit core.

This added complexity means more time developing more software that requires more resources from your selected device, plus having to make sure that all the software plays nice with all the other parts of the system. When you add in the fact that development teams are spread around the globe, how do you keep up?

In this session, we’re going to cover modern best practices for your Arm-based embedded applications, including code quality, code efficiency, application security, DevOps pipeline integration, and more for keeping up with the times in a holistic approach.
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