How to Ensure Safe Coding Practices in C++
The latest version of MISRA C++ — MISRA C++:2008 — was written for C++03. So, if you're using C++11 or C++14, you've been out of luck.
In this webinar, you'll learn about a new C++ coding standard from AUTOSAR.
- Why AUTOSAR is important — and how to apply the guidelines.
- How C++ features differ in AUTOSAR vs. MISRA.
- What a real deployment looks like — using code examples.
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.
Perforce (formerly 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”.
Apply AUTOSAR With Helix QAC
Sign up for our next live demo of Helix QAC — and see how easy it can be to apply AUTOSAR.