May 8th, 2002 — Embedded C++ : An Overview — Robert Blumberg

Published: Wed 01 May 2002
By nwcpp

In 2002.


6464 185th Avenue NE
Redmond, WA 98052


This talk sets out many of the parameters that are recurrent when programming small- to moderately-sized embedded systems in C++. It then delves into C++ techniques to work within the resource-limited, cost-sensitive, required-robustness confines of embedded systems. These techniques are also useful when building PC applications.


Robert Blumberg has over 35 years of programming experience, having started by programming on IBM 7090 mainframes. As an executive, he has been the director of Engineering at Bitstream and a VP of a speech recognition company among other posts. However, he really enjoys throwing C++ code, which he has been doing as a freelance programmer for the last fifteen years or so, mostly for embedded systems and drivers. Among other projects, he designed and coded the kernel, drivers and coin-movement software for Coinstar’s big green coin-counting machines often found in super markets.