Codethink is excited to announce our attendance at the upcoming SDV Europe conference in Berlin from November 26th to November 28th. This blog post provides a sneak peek into our plans for the event, including our Icebreaker session.
Icebreaker Session: "How to use open source to deliver safety and security assurances today and in the future"
- When: 26.11.23 19:30 - 21:30
- Where: MAREDO Unter den Linden
Our Icebreaker session is an excellent opportunity for us to delve into and discuss critical topics on ensuring the safety, security, and long-term maintainability of software. This session is a casual roundtable and a space where we can reflect on and exchange valuable insights to enhance our understanding of the subject matter.
To break down the session we have 4 main questions we will be discussing:
- What are the current unmet needs in software build and test that would be required to advance software engineering for long-term maintainability?
- What strategies can be employed to ensure repeatability and portability of testing infrastructures, and how can we use that knowledge to drive continuous integration and development?
- How does UN155/6 influence the direction of software engineering in the automotive industry?
- Do standards such as ISO26262 need to adapt or change in response to the evolving regulatory landscape?
During this session, our experts Chris Phang and Mudit Sharma will be sharing their insights and expertise. This is a great opportunity for you to gain valuable knowledge, network with industry professionals, and participate in meaningful discussions that can help shape the future of software engineering in the automotive sector.
We will be hosting a demo in the networking area, showcasing Testing in a Box on both hardware and software. This will give you a chance to see live testing in action on AGL in a real environment. We will demonstrate a code change that would break something and show you how to identify where the change happened. OpenQA will be used to give a visual of what was intended and what the output was, showing a side-by-side comparison.
Make sure you stay tuned on our LinkedIN for live updates. If you're attending the event and would like to meet our team, visit our stand or message Mark Green.
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