24 06, 2020

Safe Through and Through: Developing For Safety Related Systems

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Safe Through and Through: Developing For Safety Related Systems Software systems should always be both robust and reliable, however the moment you introduce a safety element, this need for reliability increases significantly. The level of […]

29 11, 2017

The Fun Will Never End, It’s Spaghetti Time!

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The Fun Will Never End, It’s Spaghetti Time!

After completing my first year of university at UWE studying BSc Computing, I started my summer break. I came to the sudden realisation that I had […]

31 07, 2017

Is It The Gremlins Again? – The Golden Myth Of Bug Free Software

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Is It The Gremlins Again? – The Golden Myth Of Bug Free Software

’99 little bugs in the code, Only 99 little bugs, Take one down, patch it around, Now you have […]

24 10, 2016

When Software Goes Wrong ! – A Halloween Special

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When Software Goes Wrong ! – A Halloween Special

With Halloween just around the corner we figured that we should try to fit with the spooky feel of the season with a scary article. […]

30 10, 2014

Implementation.  “Just do it” vs “Do it properly”

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Implementation. “Just do it” vs “Do it properly”

In our previous post, one of a series on the different phases that a software development project goes through, we looked at the