Joe Schneider

Making Your Code Easy to Read

June 14, 2021

June 14, 2021|New Engineer Making code easy to read is not only a kindness shown to your fellow developers, but also to future you! If you read our previous post…

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Useful Python Packages For Parsing HTML Report

January 7, 2021

Static analysis tools such as IAR C-STAT, Cppcheck, and Flawfinder are able to generate reports in the form of HTML files. To learn how and why it is necessary to…

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I’ve been using Markdown all this time??

December 31, 2020

Sometimes you need something lightweight for text files that doesn’t require all the fancy tools and formatting that is offered by other languages, such as HTML – but is still…

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Three Suggestions for Successful Code Reviews

December 22, 2020

We’ve all been a part of bad code reviews. Both as the developer and as the reviewer. If you haven’t, you’re extremely lucky! Code approved with zero comments seconds after…

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Using a Git GUI Isn’t All Bad (And Sometimes Pretty Useful)

December 17, 2020

While not the popular opinion of CLI git users, I’ve gotten a ton of mileage from my git GUI. Using the CLI rather than a GUI provides a lot of…

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Testing Python Scripts in A Docker Container

December 15, 2020

Most Python scripts require external packages. Many require a specific version of these packages or even the Python interpreter. Instead of installing these dependencies globally on your machine, you can…

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Start with the Process, Finish with the Work

December 10, 2020

Start with the process, Finish with the work To obtain regulatory approval for medical device software, you’ll need to comply with the IEC-62304 Medical Device Software Lifecycle standard. This standard…

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embedops

The Case for EmbedOps (Embedded DevOps)

December 8, 2020

From even before the first computer was working, the technology industry has been looking for the best way to write code. Today, as code “eats the world”, the types of…

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Secure Boot – What Is It?

December 4, 2020

Secure Boot Secure Boot is a security standard for devices used during the boot process to ensure only software that is created and trusted by the manufacture is executed. In…

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Simulators in EmbedOps: Another Reason DevOps is Beneficial to your Embedded Development Workflow

December 3, 2020

Arm is no stranger to DevOps or Continuous Integration (CI). They have  several pipeline scripts available  for Travis CI and outline how they use Jenkins to build and test Mbed…

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