Free IAR Seminiars at ARM TechCon

IAR Systems will host two seminar days during ARM TechCon 2014 in Santa Clara, CA on October 1 and 2, 2014. The free seminars will include lectures and hands-on training.

On October 1, IAR Systems will offer five sessions (11:00 am to 4:50 pm) on topics such as: Mastering Stack and Heap for System Reliability; Safety Traps in Embedded Software Engineering; Runtime Analysis Demystified; Advanced Debugging Techniques; and Efficient Programming. On October 2, IAR Sysetms will offer sessions within the technical training program IAR Academy.

For more information, go to www.iar.com/atc2014.

 

Peter Baston Wins the CC Code Challenge (Week 31)

We have a winner of last week’s CC Weekly Code Challenge, sponsored by IAR Systems! We posted a code snippet with an error and challenged the engineering community to find the mistake!

Congratulations to Peter Baston of Flintshire, United Kingdom for winning the CC Weekly Code Challenge for Week 31! Peter will receive a Circuit Cellar 2012 & 2011 Archive CD.

Peter’s correct answer was randomly selected from the pool of responses that correctly identified an error in the code. Peter answered:

Line 35: Should not end with semi-colon

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You can see the complete list of weekly winners and code challenges here.

What is the CC Weekly Code Challenge?
Each week, Circuit Cellar’s technical editors purposely insert an error in a snippet of code. It could be a semantic error, a syntax error, a design error, a spelling error, or another bug the editors slip in. You are challenged to find the error. Once the submission deadline passes, Circuit Cellar will randomly select one winner from the group of respondents who submit the correct answer.

The CC Weekly Code Challenge ran from June 3rd through December 30th, 2013. Subscribe to our CC.Post newsletter to stay informed of other contests and challenges, as well as recent news, new issue availability, and more!

Gait Boxman Wins the CC Code Challenge (Week 30)

We have a winner of last week’s CC Weekly Code Challenge, sponsored by IAR Systems! We posted a code snippet with an error and challenged the engineering community to find the mistake!

Congratulations to Gait Boxman of Gelderland, Netherlands for winning the CC Weekly Code Challenge for Week 30! Gait will receive an IAR Kickstart: KSK-FM3-48PMC-USB.

Gait’s correct answer was randomly selected from the pool of responses that correctly identified an error in the code. Gait answered:

Line 31: should be digits % 3 instead of digits / 3

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You can see the complete list of weekly winners and code challenges here.

What is the CC Weekly Code Challenge?
Each week, Circuit Cellar’s technical editors purposely insert an error in a snippet of code. It could be a semantic error, a syntax error, a design error, a spelling error, or another bug the editors slip in. You are challenged to find the error.Once the submission deadline passes, Circuit Cellar will randomly select one winner from the group of respondents who submit the correct answer.

Inspired? Want to try this week’s challenge? Get started!

Submission Deadline: The deadline for each week’s challenge is Sunday, 12 PM EST. Refer to the Rules, Terms & Conditions for information about eligibility and prizes.

Gordon Margulieux Wins the CC Code Challenge (Week 29)

We have a winner of last week’s CC Weekly Code Challenge, sponsored by IAR Systems! We posted a code snippet with an error and challenged the engineering community to find the mistake!

Congratulations to Gordon Margulieux of Oregon, United States for winning the CC Weekly Code Challenge for Week 29! Gordon will receive an Elektor 2012 & 2011 Archive DVD.

Gordon’s correct answer was randomly selected from the pool of responses that correctly identified an error in the code. Gordon answered:

Line 10: Conditional should be “if (number == 0)” instead of number < 0

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You can see the complete list of weekly winners and code challenges here.

What is the CC Weekly Code Challenge?
Each week, Circuit Cellar’s technical editors purposely insert an error in a snippet of code. It could be a semantic error, a syntax error, a design error, a spelling error, or another bug the editors slip in. You are challenged to find the error.Once the submission deadline passes, Circuit Cellar will randomly select one winner from the group of respondents who submit the correct answer.

Inspired? Want to try this week’s challenge? Get started!

Submission Deadline: The deadline for each week’s challenge is Sunday, 12 PM EST. Refer to the Rules, Terms & Conditions for information about eligibility and prizes.

Alvin Schurman Wins the CC Code Challenge (Week 28)

We have a winner of last week’s CC Weekly Code Challenge, sponsored by IAR Systems! We posted a code snippet with an error and challenged the engineering community to find the mistake!

Congratulations to Alvin Schurman of Florida, United States for winning the CC Weekly Code Challenge for Week 27! Alvin will receive a CC T-Shirt and a one year digital subscription/renewal.

Alvin’s correct answer was randomly selected from the pool of responses that correctly identified an error in the code. Alvin answered:

Line #35: Missing “, terminate()” before “after 0 -> ok” to recursively kill all (both) processes before ending

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You can see the complete list of weekly winners and code challenges here.

What is the CC Weekly Code Challenge?
Each week, Circuit Cellar’s technical editors purposely insert an error in a snippet of code. It could be a semantic error, a syntax error, a design error, a spelling error, or another bug the editors slip in. You are challenged to find the error.Once the submission deadline passes, Circuit Cellar will randomly select one winner from the group of respondents who submit the correct answer.

Inspired? Want to try this week’s challenge? Get started!

Submission Deadline: The deadline for each week’s challenge is Sunday, 12 PM EST. Refer to the Rules, Terms & Conditions for information about eligibility and prizes.