C/C++ Memory Management: The Stack & Globals
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- Date: Wednesday September 14, 2022
- Duration: 1 hour
- Time: 11am – 12pm
- Presenter: David C Black
This webinar explores memory usage in C and C++ using stack organization and global storage, including common mistakes and solutions.
This is the 2nd webinar in a short series by Doulos on Memory Management. You do not need to have seen the first webinar in the series to attend this session, however if you’d like to view it on-demand before you attend, you can watch “C/C++ Memory Management: Heap Memory” here »
The presentation applies to general purpose programming, small embedded systems (bare-metal and RTOS) and large embedded (Linux) systems and includes:
- Approaches to avoiding memory usage bugs by illustration
- Contrasts between the C and C++ programming languages
A minimal knowledge of C and/or C++ is required to attend.
The webinar is run in partnership with Renesas.
David C Black , Senior Member Technical Staff, will be presenting this training webinar, which will consist of a one-hour session (see below for details) and be interactive with Q&A participation from attendees.
Attendance is free of charge
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14 september 2022