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"Editors Oshana and Kraeling, with a combined experience of over 50 years in embedded software and an array of authors with backgrounds in various aspects of hardware and software design both in industry and academia rely on a variety of case studies and software code examples to provide exhaustive coverage of the field of software engineering for embedded systems. There is an interleaved two-dimensional conceptual framework to the work that divides the topics into three vertical and five horizontal layers."--Reference & Research Book News, December 2013

About the Author

Robert Oshana has over 30 years of experience in the embedded software industry, primarily focused on embedded and real-time systems for the defence industry and semiconductor industries. He has BSEE, MSEE, MSCS, and MBA degrees and is a Senior Member of IEEE. Rob is an international speaker and has over 100 presentations and publications in various technology fields and has written several books on embedded software technology. Rob is an adjunct professor at Southern Methodist University and University of Texas and is a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff and Director of Software Enablement for Digital Networking at Freescale Semiconductor.


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Amazon.com: HASH(0x90963f0c) out of 5 stars 4 reviews
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HASH(0x90961c6c) out of 5 stars A few good chapters inside a very poorly edited book 5 Aug. 2013
By Phil - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
The book has a few great chapters, well organised with good relative content.

But is let down massively by the editors.

Unfortunately any chapter written by Robert Oshana is vague, repetitive, organised, full of errors and gives ridiculously complex examples.

The table of contents often gives incorrect page numbers.

Many of the images throughout the book are unreadable due to size, the lack of colour and the image resolution.

Diagrams frequently have mistakes, or don't make 100% sense.

I honestly don't think the book was proof read at all once printed - this is by far the worst finished book I have ever read.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x90fb7d5c) out of 5 stars Read this book to be an Embedded Systems Expert 28 Aug. 2013
By Nathan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
I am thoroughly impressed. After studying embedded systems for years in school, I never thought I'd find a book so...comprehensive. This thing is nearly 1200 pages. Heck, I'd buy this book just for the appendices! They include templates for source code, include files and a C Coding Standard with examples that are more comprehensive than the Netrino/Barr C Standard. Contrary to the another review by "Phil" who I doubt has read any/all 25 chapters, I have not been able to find a "poorly edited" chapter such that I would ever consider giving this book a single star. Come on. I got this book primarily to learn more about testing techniques, covered in chapter 15, but am learning more about everything embedded systems related--just take a look at the table of contents and you'll see that this book is extremely comprehensive. I give it 5 stars.
HASH(0x911e1418) out of 5 stars Some of the chapter have an acceptable content and some are not so great really. A lot of topics are repeated without ... 7 Nov. 2015
By Ernesto Guevara - Published on Amazon.com
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The book is composed by 25 chapters which seem to be done by different authors with no coordination at all.
Some of the chapter have an acceptable content and some are not so great really.
A lot of topics are repeated without being useful at all.
It isn't really worth its price
4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x913d5a38) out of 5 stars Horrible job of editing/proofreading 26 Feb. 2014
By Robert Holmes - Published on Amazon.com
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When I got the book I opened it to the C Coding Standard appendix which was given such a glowing review. What I found was a total mess. It appears that some word processor tried to change the fixed spacing font of the code examples to a proportional font, altering the recommended 4 space indents to variable (or even negative) spaces. In the discussion of spacing there is no mention of use of vertical spacing for readability, and in all the examples the line spacing seems to randomly change between single or double. And throughout the book it doesn't appear that there was an effort to present code examples in this or any single style.

Perhaps I'll find value in the book, but it hasn't started out well.
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