Course code: AS-1
Years with company:
Primary programming language:
Other programming languages:
C, Python, C++
Unit test harnesses:
I am into amateur radio, maths and cryptography
Test practice now:
STM32Fx ( and some NXP )
gcc , VS code, git, rust
Under 10 seconds
rustfmt , still learning Autostores C standard
Function too long:
It is less clear what purpose it serves, cyclomatic complexity gets high, line count.
All merges should be independantly reviewd and pass CI
Favorite thing about dev:
Pushing the boundaries of what the hardware is capable, coming up with elegant solutions to complex problems.
Least favorite thing about dev:
(Not) dealign with tecncal debt, restraints on what refactoring activity is "allowed", or there is to much siloing that prevents refactoring and streamlining APIs and integration.
It is a SW dev. methodology that emphasises writing test early, and having complete (unit) test coverage.
Why are you attending:
I think it will also provide useful information on HW and OS abstractions, that I believe will be useful for our code base. I will be following the course closely to try and capture some of the momentum that it may impart and continue pushing for it.