embedded systems

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STARCanada Logo IoT and Embedded Testing: A Roku Case Study
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With big hitters like Time Warner and HBO selectively testing Roku releases, testing these little boxes of joy is becoming more of a necessity in the IoT tester’s playbook. Join Rick Faulise as he shares the secrets of testing on a Roku device including how to get into the Roku interface...

Rick Faulise
Agile Testing for Embedded and IoT Software Development
Slideshow

Much of the success of agile adoptions is due to the automated testing approach used in agile projects. Because many of these techniques were pioneered in the development of web applications, it can be difficult to see how these techniques can be leveraged for a project where software is...

Thomas Stiehm
use TW2835 in freescale i.mx6q problem

Hello.

I'm using TW2835 in freescale i.mx6q board now, and i get a problem.

I wired TW2835 camera to the CSI0 interface of the i.MX 6Quad

After I ran the camera application,it displayed black screen and got some error like below:

   case VIDIOC_DQBUF
In MVC:mxc_v4l_dqueue
ERROR: v4l2 capture: mxc_v4l_dqueue timeout enc_counter 0
The I2C communication is ok, and the registers value like below (i don't connect camera):

Xinyu Guo's picture Xinyu Guo
embedded software Accountability in Testing Embedded and IoT Software Systems

Take a look at the critical systems in the world today and you’ll find software. From water, power, and utilities to nuclear plants, factories, and cars, pretty much everything has become integrated with digital devices and the internet. We need to do testing from a risk-based perspective and be accountable to the public by acknowledging what is tested and what is not.

Jon Hagar's picture Jon Hagar
computer connected to everything IoT, Mobile, and Tech Curve Disillusionment: Moving beyond the Hype

The hype around the Internet of Things is at its peak. Should you bother learning the skills developers and testers require in this new field, or will it soon become just another trend that's fallen out of favor? Jon Hagar makes a strong case for why the IoT will be relevant even after the clamor dies down, and why its associated skills will serve you well no matter what.

Jon Hagar's picture Jon Hagar
Software Attacks for Embedded, Mobile, and Internet of Things
Slideshow

In the world of embedded systems, mission-critical mobile apps, and the Internet of Things (IoT), developers and testers must do more than just look for feature bugs. To find potential failures and serious security errors, their arsenal should include attack-based exploratory testing. In...

Jon Hagar, Independent Consultant
Looking for Bugs When Looking for Bugs, Look beyond the Software

A tester's job is to provide information about elements of the system that might make a user unhappy. But Jon Hagar finds that many testers implement limited tours, even when they have robust programs. He writes that when looking for bugs, testers need to look beyond the software to the system and the user scenarios, too.

Jon Hagar's picture Jon Hagar
Anders Wallgren discusses the Internet of Things and continuous delivery The Internet of Things and the Honda Recall: An Interview with Anders Wallgren
Podcast

In this interview, Anders Wallgren talks about the Internet of Things and how it played a role in the recent Honda recall. Anders also covers how future technology can affect our quality of life, as well as touching on some best practices for continuous delivery.

Cameron Philipp-Edmonds's picture Cameron Philipp-Edmonds
Test Attacks to Break Mobile Devices Book Review: Software Test Attacks to Break Mobile and Embedded Devices

Software Test Attacks to Break Mobile and Embedded Devices presents an attack basis for testing mobile and embedded systems. Designed for testers working in the ever-expanding world of "smart" devices driven by software, the book focuses on attack-based testing that can be used by individuals and teams.

Michael Sowers's picture Michael Sowers
Ray Potter talks about wearable tech security Security, Smart Devices, and Industry Trends: An Interview with Ray Potter
Podcast

Ray Potter, CEO and founder of SafeLogic, sat down with Jonathan Vanian to talk about how 2014 is the year of encryption, what the future is for security on wearable tech, the issue of security not being at the forefront of software development, and his time at SafeLogic.

Jonathan Vanian's picture Jonathan Vanian

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