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C++ for Marine Streamer Positioning and Navigation

13th April 2011 in Oxford at Oxford Barceló Hotel

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This session will look at how to use C++ in resource constrained embedded devices for marine seismic acquisition systems. Taking a peek behind the C++ curtain, this talk will cover building your own gcc cross compile toolchain, hardware and runtime initialization, C++ on a diet, and building testable embedded systems.

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C++ for Marine Streamer Positioning and Navigation

Mike Long

Mike Long is a software engineer with 7 years experience building large-scale embedded systems for the Oilfield Services industry. His passions include software craftsmanship, embedded Linux, building testable systems, Scotch Whisky and Italian pizza

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This session will look at how to use C++ in resource constrained embedded devices for marine seismic acquisition systems. Taking a peek behind the C++ curtain, this talk will cover building your own gcc cross compile toolchain, hardware and runtime initialization, C++ on a diet, and building testable embedded systems.

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C++ for Marine Streamer Positioning and Navigation

Mike Long

Mike Long is a software engineer with 7 years experience building large-scale embedded systems for the Oilfield Services industry. His passions include software craftsmanship, embedded Linux, building testable systems, Scotch Whisky and Italian pizza