4 Must-Have C++17 Features for Embedded Developers

C++17 is a version of the C++ programming language that was standardized in 2017, and adds additonal new features and improvements to what is considered “modern C++”. Some major new features that I have really loved in C++17 include: In embedded systems, support for C++17 will depend on the compiler and platform you are using.... » read more

Optimizing Boot Time on an iMX6ULL Processor

I recently had the opportunity, or the critical need rather, to optimize the boot time of some applications on an iMX6ULL processor. For anyone unfamiliar with this processor, it is a single core ARM processor running a Cortex-A7 core at up to 900 MHz. It provides a number of common interfaces for a microprocessor, including... » read more

Why Writing Good Comments Makes You a Great Developer

When you think of a great developer, I’m sure someone who writes good comments often is not at the top of the list. However, writing good comments is one of the most important skills a developer can have. Good comments not only help you understand your code better, but they also make it easier for... » read more

10 Easy Commands You Can Learn To Improve Your Git Workflow Today

If you’re a developer, coder, or software engineer and have not been hiding under a rock, then you’re probably familiar with Git. Git is a distributed version control system that helps developers track changes to their code and collaborate with others. While Git can be a bit complex (especially if used improperly), there are some... » read more

6 Tips for an Absolutely Perfect Little Code Review

Code reviews are an important part of the software development process. They help ensure that code meets certain standards and best practices, and they can also help improve code quality by catching errors early on. However, code reviews can also be a source of frustration for developers if they’re not done correctly. As a code... » read more