In honor of the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston this week, I would like to draw your attention to a few articles very recently published on Embedded.com. I figured since I'm not going this time, I'd put some effort into gathering worthwhile information for you to use in your embedded designs.
Topics range from what not to do, such as: Avoid common software development goofs, and Migrate from 8- and 16-bit to 32-bit: Lessons learned the hard way, to such useful How-To articles as: Efficiently code communications protocols in C++, or Specify DDR and high-speed timing requirements using PCB routing tools.
Finally, simplify with Coding conventions: Simple rules to make them agile and Software certifications and standards: What device manufacturers should know.
So, if you're not attending the show, kick back, put your feet up, and read all about the latest How-To wisdom on embedded designs.