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Perforce Senior Software Engineer Alex Gilding will discuss new language features introduced by C11 and C23 and opportunities for adopting more flexibility in typing and more expressiveness in type queries. We also consider the impact on code quality and maintainability, correctness, clarity, and genericity vs. explicitness.

Be sure to attend March 14 14:15, Session 6.2 as part of the Software Complexity & Metrics session.


Weigh the pros and cons of a cloud-based CI/CD pipeline for mission-critical software development with Perforce experts Steve Howard and Gerhard Krüger, including standards compliance, security, and unique challenges for embedded systems.

Be sure to attend March 15 10:00 in Exhibitor’s Forum Hall 5 or sign up for the live stream.


The MISRA C++ Working Group is currently working on an update to MISRA C++. While there is much interest in the new guidelines, there is also some concern about enforcing them, as MISRA C++2008 has already been adopted by many projects. Attend this session with Principal Technical Support Engineer Frank van den Beuken to learn more about MISRA compliance for the new guidelines.

Be sure to attend March 15 17:00, Session 6.7 as part of the MISRA 2 session.  



As an added incentive, stop by for a badge scan to be entered to win a LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon™! Don’t forget to pick up a pair of socks! 


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Product & Requirements Management

Perforce product planning and requirements management solutions help teams go Agile and make it easier to plan and track requirements, tests, and related issues. With automated, end-to-end traceability, teams know when compliance requirements have been met - and it takes care of the documentation verifying compliance for you.

Effective Traceability for Embedded Systems Development

Functional Safety & Compliance

Ensuring that your code is safe, secure, and reliable can be a difficult and time-consuming process. However, by applying a coding standard or guideline, it makes the process far easier. Using a static analysis tool is one of the most efficient and easy ways to enforce coding standards and verify compliance.

This helps ensure the overall consistency, correctness, and completeness of your code with respect to functional safety and security requirements. In addition, static analysis tools identify defects, vulnerabilities, and compliance issues as you code which enables you to fix errors earlier in development.


Data & IP Lifecycle Management

Together, data management and IP lifecycle management tools enable you to efficiently manage your increasingly complex codebase which allows you to more easily find and reuse IP. 

That’s because Perforce can manage all the design data, Cadence libraries, CAD files, simulations, and artifacts securely in one single source of truth. You gain complete visibility into the state and usage of IP from the moment it enters your system until the final product is delivered. These solutions also manage the IP bill of materials across your organization.

This combined solution makes designing more efficient, predictable, and higher quality — helping you to meet your time-to-market demands. That’s why 9 out of the top 10 embedded systems companies trust Perforce.

Conquer Challenges with IP-Centric Design

Development Velocity & Security

When you write code, you most likely need to comply with quality, as well as functional safety or security standards. Static analysis tools can quickly analyze your codebase and provide feedback — ensuring that your team is able to maintain a high development velocity.

In addition, some static analysis tools are also able to perform static application security testing (SAST), which is crucial as they detect vulnerabilities that leave systems open to software security vulnerabilities.


Embeddable Components for Mission-Critical Apps

When working with mission-critical applications, you need advanced solutions that help you efficiently debug code, mine and analyze data, and deploy applications on any platform

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