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Eye on Embedded Programming

To kick off this series, these articles take a look at what was used before C, and delve into more about C and C++.

We plan on covering a lot of ground in this dynamic multipart content (DMC) series on embedded programming. This will include new articles as well as links into our archives. C and C++ will be one of the primary focuses of this series, because they remain a mainstay for embedded development. However, we will cover other languages and issues as well, so stay tuned.


Before C, What Did You Use?

Electronic Design’s Embedded Revolution survey reinforced the view of C and C++ dominance. Get some feedback from those involved in the development of popular embedded-programming languages.

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Bjarne Stroustrup: C++ Creator Keeps Developing

Bjarne Stroustrup created C++, one of the most popular embedded programming languages. He is still working on the latest revisions of the C++ standard.

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Interview: Brian Kernighan Talks About Computers, Programming and Writing

Brian Kernighan is a teacher, writer and developer. He authored “The C Programming Language” with Dennis Ritchie, the C bible.

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Bjarne Stroustrup Talks About C++14

Bjarne Stroustrup talks about C++ before his Q&A at the Google+ C++ Community at that time. We had a chance to ask a few questions first.

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