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Embedded Masterclass, Cambridge, UK, 27/06/12

I will be presenting a Workshop – Robust Concurrent Programming in C++ – at this year’s Embedded Masterclass:


If you have registered for this workshop, or intend to, please download and install MDK-Lite (from Keil/ARM) onto your laptop and bring it with you.

This software is free to download and use, but it is not redistributable, so I will not be able to give you a copy of mine. Here is the link:


Of course, if you already have an up-to-date version of MDK (whether “lite” or not) on your laptop, you don’t need to re-install. The rest of the exercise software, by Software Integrity Ltd, will be provided on the day, as will hardware (on loan) to run the exercises.

I will also be giving a talk – Programming small systems in C++ – in the afternoon.

The day as a whole offers something for everybody in the Embedded field and I look forward to meeting as many of you there as can make it.

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  1. Tuesday, July 3, 2012 at 14:28

    Just wanted to say that I enjoyed your workshop at Embedded Masterclass. Some interesting ideas about the benefits of a native C++ RTOS / Kernel and thought provoking discussion about dynamic memory.


  2. Peter Bushell
    Tuesday, July 3, 2012 at 15:23

    @Andrew Bird
    And thank you for attending; I’m glad you enjoyed it.

    I was pleasantly surprised by the interest in C++ in general, at the event. Perhaps its time has finally come, to steal at least some of C’s thunder, for smaller embedded and real-time systems.

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