Subject: Re: Documented best practices for embedded development
From: John McFarlane (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-08-29 10:03:49
> So, the first thing is, is there document of good practices, tricks,
methodologies that are tested to be usually better implemented on embedded
Re. WG21 doesn't explicitly guide on how to use C++. There's the C++ Core
project which should cater to all developers but certainly doesn't target
> Is there pending work that can be picked up upon?
Here's a table of WG21 work of interest to SG14
And here's a GitHub group <http://github.com/wG21-SG14/> containing
supporting code for our work.
On Tue, 24 Aug 2021 at 00:21, Matt Bentley via SG14 <sg14_at_[hidden]>
> Hi Miguel and welcome,
> in terms of the first and last questions I'm not in a good place to answer,
> but in terms of the second there is a monthly online teleconference,
> otherwise the mailing list is the only way of communicating here.
> On 24/08/2021 1:52 am, Miguel Tadeu via SG14 wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm new around and would like to greet everyone. I'd say I'm quite
> > interested in participating and, who knows, somehow contribute. To do
> > so, I'll need to know what you guys already know.
> > - So, the first thing is, is there document of good practices, tricks,
> > methodologies that are tested to be usually better implemented on
> > embedded devices?
> > - Is this mailing list the only way of communication with the group?
> > - Is there pending work that can be picked up upon?
> > Glad to be around,
> > Miguel Tadeu
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