Live Q&A - How to Get the Bugs Out of your Embedded Product
Dave Nadler - Watch Now - Duration: 17:32
10:42:34 From Leandro Pérez : Hello everyone... Good morning from Colombia 10:42:42 From Rocco Brandi : it seems that simulation is the next logical step after TDD. where can I find some resources (books, courses, tutorial, etc. ) that can help me start writing simulator? 10:43:25 From Al Anway : how did you know you'd found all the bugs in the FLARM product? 10:44:00 From patelk5 : What kind of bird is that? 10:44:50 From Steve Wheeler : It might be an African Grey parrot. 10:45:19 From Raul Pando : Hi Dave, effective code reviews are fundamental when they're available. Sometimes when working in a reduced team the level of expertise may be limited, are there any second best alternatives in scenarios where a developer can't have access to pier reviews? 10:46:13 From Bob Dowling : Definitely not a Norwegian Blue... HA! 10:47:02 From Leandro Pérez : I agree Raul... In my case the team always only I.... lol.... Sometimes is necessary answer to someone... but only I can resolve the problems that I found 10:50:38 From David Potter : Have you look at code analysis tools like Mathworks Polyspace code prover? Does it cover areas perhaps missed by simulation? 10:51:20 From Leandro Pérez : I have a question... I software exist tools that see the quality of the code developed showing the areas to improve... like a Sonar... Is there a tool focus on embedded system? 10:51:32 From Barry Robertson : Question: Any tips/suggestions for automated testing of touch-screen GUI interfaces - tools/techniques? Not simulating them but testing them. 10:52:16 From Rob Meades : A different approach to rubber ducking :-). 10:54:05 From Vinicius : Could you share the code used in the presentation? 10:56:30 From Radu Pralea : https://www.mattrobot.ai/ 10:56:48 From Bob Dowling : I'd be interested in the simulator code too. 10:57:13 From Gary : @Radu that's really cool 10:57:47 From Leandro Pérez : In software field exist tools that see the quality of the code developed showing the areas to improve... like a Sonar (https://www.sonarqube.org/)... Is there a tool focus on the quality of the code developed on embedded system? 10:57:58 From Radu Pralea : Yea, I saw this in action, it's quite impressing. Not sure about the cost :) 10:58:23 From Charles Miller : Sounds like a nice GitHub project that is an "example" project learners could use. If I only had time.... 10:59:15 From Rob Meades : Thanks Dave! 10:59:17 From Gerhard : Thanks! 10:59:22 From Rocco Brandi : thanks! 10:59:26 From Steve Wheeler : Thank you. 10:59:27 From Raul Pando : Thanks Dave 10:59:30 From Vinicius : Thanks!