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Effective C++ in an Embedded Environment

C++'s flexibility, modelling power, support for object-oriented and generic programming, and extensive tool set, make it attractive for embedded projects, but some developers worry about code bloat and hidden performance penalties. This seminar begins by confronting those issues directly, then moves on to demonstrate how C++ can improve the correctness, readability, and efficiency of embedded software, in some cases accomplishing what is literally impossible in C.

Course Highlights

Participants will gain:

Who Should Attend

Designers and developers who are using or considering using C++ in embedded systems. Attendees should be familiar with major C++ language features (e.g., classes, virtual functions, inheritance, and templates), but no expertise is required.


Lecture and question/answer. There are no hands-on exercises, but participants are welcome to use their computers to experiment with the course material as it is presented.


Two full days (six to seven lecture hours per day).

Detailed Topic Outline

For more information on this course, contact Scott directly.