Coding Safe Modern C++ with AUTOSAR Guidelines


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2018-05-23
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST

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PRQA is a member of the working group developing the AUTOSAR “Guidelines for the use of the C++14 language in critical and safety-related systems”

In this technical webinar our presenters will:

  • Explain the background to the development of the Guidelines, why they are important, and how to apply them
  • Talk about the permitted C++ features that are forbidden by some other coding standards such as MISRA
  • Demonstrate real deployment using code examples and provide an explanation of the rationale behind decisions

Though primarily developed for use in the Automotive software industry, embedded software development teams in all industry sectors should consider application of the AUTOSAR Guidelines.

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Presenters:
Richard Bellairs Product Marketing Manager PRQA

Richard has 20+ years of experience across a wide range of industries. He now champions PRQA’s market-leading code quality management solution.


Adrian Hunt Presales Team Leader for EMEA and Americas PRQA

With PRQA since 2012 and in his role as Presales Team Leader for EMEA and Americas, Adrian provides technical and pre-sales expertise to clients. He regularly demonstrates how PRQA’s static analysis tools solve specific customer problems, and in addition manages the Presales team. 


Richard Corden Lead Software Developer PRQA

Richard has been developing static analyzers for C and C++ for close to 20 years. During this time he has been involved in the development of coding standards, and is a co-author of MISRA C++, PRQA’s High Integrity C++ and the RePhrase Coding Standard. Richard is a PRQA representative on the ISO C++ Committee.