Webinar: Best Practices for MISRA Compliance 2020

Experts from Perforce will discuss key areas of the MISRA Compliance 2020 guidance and how to select and configure static analysis tools to help ensure MISRA compliance

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This FREE webinar was recorded on:
May 13, 2020
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM EST

MISRA, the world-leading consortium that promotes best practices in developing safety- and security-related electronic systems, recently published MISRA Compliance: 2020.

This document consolidates and clarifies much of the guidance that was previously spread across the MISRA C and C++ coding guideline documents to ensure a clearer understanding of what MISRA compliance means at the outset of a project.

Perforce is the leading supplier of static code analysis tools to help embedded C and C++ developers create safe and secure software by following proven guidelines such as MISRA.

In this webinar, Director of Compliance and MISRA committee member, Jill Britton, and Architect for Helix QAC, Richard Corden, will discuss key areas of the MISRA Compliance guidance, including:

  • Rule Decidability
  • Style Guide
  • Metrics
  • Deviations

They will also detail how to select and configure static analysis tools to help ensure MISRA compliance.

Presenters:

Jill Britton
Director of Compliance
Perforce

Jill Britton has over 40 years of embedded software experience across a variety of industries. She has worked as a software engineer and manager for telecommunications, automotive, defense, and education software.

Jill is now the Director of Compliance at Perforce and is a committee member of MISRA. Jill holds a BSc in Computer Science and Statistics from Newcastle University, and a MSc in Computer Science from Brunel University London.

Richard Corden
Architect for Helix QAC
Perforce

Richard Corden is Architect for Helix QAC at Perforce. Richard has been developing static analyzers for C and C++ for 20 years. Over this time, he’s been involved in developing of coding standards and he’s a co-author of MISRA C++ 2008 and High Integrity C++ from Perforce (formerly PRQA). Richard is also a member of the MISRA C++ and ISO C++ Committees.

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