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Topic: Functional Safety Compliance

Automate the tool qualification process for safety critical software

By Mark Lambert on April 24, 2018

Automate the tool qualification process to reduce the time and effort required, so you can focus on developing high-quality software. ...

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A practical guide to make your legacy codebase MISRA C 2012 compliant

By Andrey Madan on April 17, 2018

Re-use of legacy code is a reality, but re-using legacy code in a safety critical software project and achieving full MISRA C 2012 compliance is a...

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The Latest Update to our Development Testing Products

By Mark Lambert on November 7, 2017

Want to know more about what exactly we've been up to for our developers? We are happy to have released the latest update to Parasoft’s...

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A Smoother Road to MISRA Compliance

By Mark Lambert on September 28, 2017

The task of building embedded software applications was already fraught with challenges, and then with the introduction of IoT, everything now...

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Shift-Left Your Safety-Critical Software Testing with Test Automation

By Parasoft on September 8, 2017

We are in a cost crisis with safety-critical software, which means that the increased functionality required has grown beyond the ability to pay...

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The C/C++test, Jtest, dotTEST 10.3.2 and Development Testing Platform 5.3.2 Release

By Mark Lambert on June 20, 2017

With this week’s release of Parasoft C/C++test, Jtest, dotTEST 10.3.2, and Parasoft DTP 5.3.2, we are providing numerous enhancements to improve...

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The Cure for Software Defects and Vulnerabilities in Medical Devices

By Alan Zeichick on October 6, 2016

Modern medical devices increasingly leverage microprocessors and embedded software, as well as sophisticated communications connections, for...

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How an Engineering Approach to Automotive Software Quality Puts the Brakes on Defects

By Alan Zeichick on September 22, 2016

By Alan Zeichick (Principal Analyst at Camden Associates) and Arthur Hicken, Chief Evangelist at Parasoft  Cars are more complex than ever, and...

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Automotive Software Engineering Defects on the Rise

By Alan Zeichick on August 25, 2016

"It takes dozens of microprocessors running 100 million lines of code to get a premium car out of the driveway, and this software is only going...

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