Software Engineering For Embedded Systems

If there was just one software engineering book you could use as a reference, make sure you choose Robert Oshana and Mark Kraeling’s newly published “Software Engineering for Embedded Systems.” This reference book spans 25 chapters, seven appendices and case studies, and details everything software engineers need to know. At nearly 1200 pages in length, this tome spans all aspects of embedded systems: from everyday issues and occurrences to tips on making your embedded project successful. This book is a definite necessity for any engineer’s bookshelf.

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For an in-depth look at the book, check out EETimes’ article, “A Book For All Reasons.”
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