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Dec

24

2020
HOW TO MOVE FROM C to C ++ DEVELOPMENT

HOW TO MOVE FROM C to C ++ DEVELOPMENT

C++ In Embedded Systems The IOT world experience an exponential growth both in the numbers of IOT devices and their complexity. Many times, IOT devices requires low power consumption, high performance and chip price such which result in constrains such as limited RAM size or small binary code. C++ allow embedded software development to scale up to support this growth, keeping and improving performance with...

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Apr

03

2019
Overcome your fear: Use GDB – By Moria Zuberi

Overcome your fear: Use GDB – By Moria Zuberi

So, you’re a talented programmer, and you’ve written some code that didn’t get even a single compilation or linker error. You ran it and got “segmentation fault”. How is that possible? I mean, it was soooo perfect! Right? Wrong! Whenever you write code, you also write bugs. Noticing that something isn’t working (like getting a segmentation fault) is one thing, but finding what exactly went...

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Apr

03

2019
Designing for accessibility – By Ady Pantofaro

Designing for accessibility – By Ady Pantofaro

Everyone knows the wheelchair icon, the stick person and their large circle. It is common to see the banner for the hearing impaired, of the ear with the line going through it. There are subtitles for the deaf, and audio cues at crosswalks for the blind. No one is a stranger to measures taken to make the world more accessible.   But what about software?...

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Apr

03

2019
My two-cents on switching to JIRA and defining our workflow – By Amir Rix

My two-cents on switching to JIRA and defining our workflow – By Amir Rix

My two-cents on switching to JIRA and defining our workflow  What is the best platform to manage our R&D projects? Which approach is better for us, Waterfall or Agile? We discussed these kinds of questions inside TandemG for several weeks near the end of last year. We are no strangers to such methodologies. The RedMine open-source platform served us well for several years. But something had to...

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