SCSC Seminar 9th June 2022 - The Future of Coding for Safety-Critical Systems
I hope you had a good weekend! Places are still available for this week's one-day seminar.
"The Future of Coding for Safety-Critical Systems " is taking place this week on Thursday 9th June, at the Wellcome Collection in London, UK and virtually online.
To book your place please visit: https://scsc.uk/e912
In-person attendance also includes access to the Wellcome Collection's exhibits.
This seminar examines the future of coding for safety systems: what languages and techniques are likely to be used, how model-based approaches may be incorporated, what coding standards and guidelines may be applicable, the agile methodologies employed, and how verification and analysis can be integrated with the process of developing code.
Speakers so far are:
- Rod Chapman, Protean Code - "Rust" (TBC)
- Les Hatton, Kingston University and Oakwood Computing Associates - Coding with meaningless symbols
- Andrew Banks, MISRA - “The C language… you wouldn’t start from here!”
- Paul Sherwood, Codethink - "Safety for software-intensive systems"
- Nick Tudor, D-Risq - TBA
Should you have any questions about the events, or anything SCSC related, please do not hesitate to contact me.