Barr Group offers essential embedded software development courses in Germany

Barr Group, the Embedded Systems Experts, will be bringing its popular “Embedded Software Boot Camp” and brand new “Best Practices for Designing Safe & Secure Embedded Systems” courses to Munich, Germany in May and June respectively. These courses teach some of the embedded systems industry’s best practices that are essential for designing safer, more secure devices.

 

“This year’s Embedded Systems Safety & Security Survey sheds light on some troubling oversights that are occurring in the embedded systems industry during product development,” said Barr Group CEO Andrew Girson. “Our hope is that by bringing the Embedded Software Boot Camp and our new Best Practices for Designing Safe & Secure Embedded Systems courses to engineers and developers in Europe, we can help development teams improve their ability to design more robust products.”

 

The following courses will be held this spring in Munich:

·     Embedded Software Boot Camp (2-5 May 2017)

Embedded programmers of all levels will learn through a combination of lectures and hands-on training how to use the C programming language to create portable device drivers, use real-time operating systems, and more. Attendees will independently complete nearly a dozen hands-on programming exercises, including a large capstone project.

·     Best Practices for Designing Safe & Secure Embedded Systems (19-22 June 2017)

Developing safety and security in today’s embedded systems are two different disciplines. This lecture package consists of two 2-day courses: “Best Practices for Designing Safe Embedded Systems” and “Best Practices for Designing Secure Embedded Systems”. Each two-day course can be taken independently, or bundled together as a four-day course at a discounted rate.

 

To see Barr Group’s complete public training calendar, go to https://barrgroup.com/training.

 

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