Artima has published a PDF document that contains the presentation materials from Scott Meyers' two-day training course on embedded C++. It provides an in-depth examination of how C++ can be applied in embedded systems, including costs of language features, ROMing, ISRs, memory management, safety-critical and real-time considerations, and more.
Same content as the training course: The PDF you'll
get is an exact snapshot of Scott's full-color training materials on the
day he generates the PDF. You'll get not only the
slides Scott shows in class, you'll also get the accompanying notes—the
very ones Scott uses. To see exactly what you'll get you can
view a free sample.
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or in full as many times as you choose. Because the PDF is for your
personal use only, you are not permitted to provide copies to friends or
colleagues, may not install it on servers for public access, can't use it
as the basis for presentations, etc., but we trust you to adhere to these
restrictions; the PDF itself doesn't try to prevent unauthorized uses. (For
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Free updates for life: You are entitled to
free updates to the materials as long as Scott produces them.
Major revisions are included, so you won't have to pay again later for a "new edition."
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