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Using "Modern C++" for Efficient Embedded Systems

Webinar using your PC - Nov 17, 2017

"Modern C++" is a term frequently used to describe software that takes advantage of the significant enhancements added to the C++ language by the C++11 and C++14 standards. Many of the C++11 and C++14 features are useful for both large and small embedded systems and are supported by current industry standard tools.

In this webinar we will introduce the C++ language constructs and coding styles that are suitable for an embedded system based around an ARM Cortex-M microcontroller. We will show how a C++ application using the latest language features results in code that is easier to reuse and maintain without incurring a significant overhead when compared to traditional C approaches.

You can expect to learn about:

    Improvements to types and literal values
    Encapsulation with reusable classes
    Improved safety with compile-time checks and computation
    Useful containers and algorithms
    Taking control of memory allocation
    Integration with existing C code

Doulos and Keil personnel will be available to answer your questions. Keil MDK will be used to demonstrate the C++ examples presented.

Please register here.
Seminar:  Using "Modern C++" for Efficient Embedded Systems
Date:  Nov 17, 2017
Location:  Webinar using your PC
Cost:  There is no cost to attend this seminar.